IBP offers training, workshops and weekend intensives for mental health professionals, allied professionals, and personal development.
IBP is a non-invasive somatic psychotherapy that treats the whole person, integrating body, mind, emotions, and spirit, enabling you to do deeper more meaningful work in less time with more lasting results. IBP integrates the best approaches from Eastern and Western psychological, physiological and spiritual body-mind theories and practices into a highly efficient and effective somatic implementation model for psychotherapy.
IBP experiential practices enable you to break through your old, somatically maintained dysfunctional behavior patterns by reawakening and establishing fully integrated states of well-being, constancy and sense of self in the body. This facilitates a transformation of consciousness at the core of their being.
Dr. Jack Lee Rosenberg of Los Angeles, California, passed away on
Sunday, November 1, 2015, surrounded by family and friends. He is
survived by his sister, Connie Molocek, his wife, Dr. Beverly Kitaen
Morse, his five children; Andrea Juhan, Melissa Rosenberg, K.C.
Rosenberg, Erik Rosenberg, and Mariya Bauer, and his three
He was born September 11, 1932, in San Diego,
California. Dr. Rosenberg’s extensive and varied career began as a
dentist, which led him to the field of psychology. As both a
psychotherapist and lecturer he was recognized as a pioneer for his
innovative approach to somatic psychotherapy, human sexuality, and
He authored the ground breaking book, “Total
Orgasm,” in the early 1970’s, and conducted workshops at the renowned
Esalen Institute, in Big Sur, California, for over 40 years. There, he
rode the crest of the human potential movement as it revolutionized the
field of psychotherapy. Through a rigorous study and experimentation, he
extrapolated from the masters of his time and developed his own unique
perspective which he published in his second book, “Body, Self and Soul:
He was the founder and clinical
director of the Institute of Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP). For decades
he partnered with his wife, Dr. Beverly Kitaen-Morse, further
developing IBP, writing “The Intimate Couple,” and teaching globally.
Dr. Rosenberg touched many lives with his sense of humor, and his direct and compassionate approach to his work with patients.
lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to
Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute. Please call (323) 866-7734 to make a
contribution in his name.
IBP is pleased to announce our new Diversity Scholarship for qualified mental health professionals! Download the details and application form here: IBP Scholarship.pdf