Judyth Weaver: What Sustains Me (2020)

Five years after the original conversation we had about what sustains her, Judyth Weaver follows in 2020.

Judyth O. Weaver was awarded the USABP Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018. As a modern dancer she went to Japan in 1965 to study Kabuki and Noh and then entered a Zen Buddhist monastery.  Back in the U.S. in 1968 she studied T’ai Chi Ch’uan and Sensory Awareness, becoming certified to teach both.  She earned her Ph.D. in Reichian Therapy in 1979. She is also certified as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, and in Prenatal and Birth Therapy. She is a Rosen Method practitioner and senior teacher. Judyth was a professor at the California Institute for Integral Studies for 25 years; she is co-founder of Santa Barbara Graduate Institute and creator of its Somatic Psychology doctoral program; she has developed her own integrated manner of working which she calls ‘Somatic Reclaiming.’ She has a private practice in Seattle, Washington, and teaches internationally. See: JudythWeaver.com

Recorded in 2020 – Published June 2020