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Yeva Feldman

Yeva Feldman is a Gestalt and Dance Movement Psychotherapist with over 20 years' experience working in mental health settings. She specialises in eating disorders. She has developed an embodied relational approach combining words and movement with an emphasis on relational contact. She has presented research on this methodology applied to the treatment of eating disorders and authored a chapter in Payne, H. (Ed.) (2017), Essentials of Dance Movement Psychotherapy: International Perspectives on Theory, Research and Practice. She also has a strong interest in working with trauma using this approach and authored a chapter on this topic (in press). She co-directs the MA Dance Movement Psychotherapy Programme at the University of Roehampton. She supervises, teaches and presents internationally.


Past and present Confer events
Disordered Eating
Saturday 30 November 2019

Moving Out of the Chair
Saturday 7 December 2019








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