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USABP Summer Special


The USABP is offering something special this summer. You can spend the 1st Wednesday of each month in June-July-August with USABP President Beth Haessig.

She will close the last three months of her term by being available for this LIVE-Q & A format through the medium of a WEBINAR.

Ask a Question, Have a Conversation, Share an Experience, Feel like you’re part of the USABP community, through experiential exercises or real-live dialogue.
Call in to interact with a real live body-centered professional, whether it’s involving a personal issue or professional – they want to keep you hooked in for the summer months through their LIVE CALL-IN WEBINARS.

JOIN IN – as a seeker, a listener, or both – to come away with a greater understanding of how body-centered psychotherapy works in relation to YOU or YOUR PRACTICE.

Click here to register

Beth L. Haessig, Psy. D., licensed psychologist, certified somatic psychotherapist, and IAYT-certified yoga therapist, is the current President of the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy. After graduating from Rutgers Graduate School of Applied & Professional Psychology (GSAPP), she studied 4 more years to become a certified somatic psychotherapist (Core Energetics) plus a 5th year post graduate year, and a 6th year with Radical Aliveness/Core Energetics in Mexico. She is a Kripalu-certified yoga teacher as well as a yoga therapist certified by the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

Dr. Haessig began her career as a school psychologist in 1990 working primarily with children and families, before moving into alternative technologies and integrative body-based modalities for the past ten years. Her work expanded to include veterans and other trauma survivors, as her specialization in PTSD, trauma, anxiety, and other body-based challenges (eating, conversion, psychosomatic, psychogenic movement, encopresis, etc. ) are highly responsive to body-based, mindfulness-based, cognitive-behavioral interventions.

At present, she works in an urban hospital with those suffering from morbid obesity, and has a private practice in Denville NJ.