Sensorimotor psychotherapy (SP) promotes a deeper connection with the body and a new way engaging in the world and connecting to others. The effects of trauma or emotionally painful relationships are held in the nervous system, posture, and movement habits, as well as unresolved painful emotions and limiting beliefs. To challenge these patterns, clients learn to mindfully follow the natural intelligence of the body and mind, and tap into the innate drive in all of us to heal, adapt, and develop new capacities. The therapist helps you to become more aware of the way your body holds the problems you have come to therapy to resolve. As the client, you are in control of what to explore. SP is adaptable to individual needs and modified based on individual strengths, capabilities, and goals. Research demonstrates reductions in symptoms related to interpersonal problems, anxiety, PTSD, dissociation, and depression.