Dr. Jack Lee Rosenberg is internationally recognized as a pioneer for his innovative approach to body psychotherapy, human sexuality, and couples counseling, teaching his approach throughout the United States, Europe and Canada He is founder and Clinical Director of the IBP Central and International Institutes. He has doctorates in dentistry and psychology. His master’s thesis focused on group dynamics and industrial psychology, his doctorate on clinical psychology. As Director of Counseling at the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry, he did research on somatic medicine and taught dental psychology. He trained therapists at the Gestalt Institute in San Francisco and at the Center for the Healing Art, Los Angeles. He has conducted workshops at the Esalen Institute for more than twenty-eight years. He is in private practice in Los Angeles. He is the author of Total Orgasm, Body, Self and Soul: Sustaining Integration and co-author of The Intimate Couple.
Dr. Beverly Kitaen Morse is the Executive Director of the Rosenberg-Kitaen IBP Central Institute. She is co-developer of IBP theory and practice. Dr. Morse is in charge of the international IBP Professional Training Program, which provides personal and professional development and certification for mental health and allied professionals. She entered her professional career in mid-life. While raising her four children she gained leadership training through extensive community service. She launched her study of psychology when opening her home to foster children whose needs exceeded parenting skills. She has been affiliated with IBP since 1979 and was the first trained teacher and a key member of the IBP Advisory and Development Board. She is the co-author of The Intimate Couple. Dr. Morse is currently in private practice in Santa Monica, California. She leads groups, teaches, and lectures at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, and throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.
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