About the facilitators/therapists
Limor holds a Masters degree in Social Work and Group Facilitation from Tel Aviv University. She has 15 years of experience of working with individuals and groups in various fields, in both public and private sectors, including mental health, drug addiction and counselling cancer patients and their families.
Limor has completed 5 years of professional training in Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Therapy.
Limor co-facilitates Identity Therapy Constellations Workshops in London with Daren De Witt. She also sees clients individually in north London and near Liverpool St station in east central London. She lives in north London with her husband and two children.
Limor is passionate to support people to find their way to understand and love themselves.
Daren De Witt
Daren has been facilitating groups for more than 35 years. He is a senior UK representative of the international Centre for Nonviolent Communication (NVC) which is a process that supports self-awareness and interpersonal communication. For some time Daren has been searching for ways to reach the deeper, unconscious parts of ourselves, that are less easy to bring into awareness. This search led Daren to train in Voice Dialogue between 2006-8. In 2015 Daren qualified as a teacher of TRE (Trauma Release Exercises) which is a body process designed to release the tension associated with traumatic experience. Daren also has a diploma in Relationship Counselling.
Daren’s search finally led him to Identity Therapy (Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Therapy), which he immediately recognised as a process that reaches back as far as we need to go for personal healing – to the very origins of this life. Daren has completed 4 years of professional training in Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Therapy with Vivian Broughton.
In addition to co-facilitating group workshops in London with Limor Regev-Peretz, Daren runs a private counselling and coaching practice from his office near Liverpool St station in east central London, where he offers private sessions in Identity Therapy.
Both Limor and Daren attend regular supervision focused on their Identity Therapy practice.
“Today’s workshop has felt very gentle & patient. We have had plenty of time & emotional space to give voice to those vulnerable parts of ourselves that have not previously dared to speak their truth.
It’s so helpful to have 2 facilitators, especially both a woman and a man, with them each taking it in turn to facilitate. This reinforces a sense of being in safe hands because they can be a resource for each other, knowing that there is another pair of hands & eyes to step in when necessary to share insights & provide support.” – Jane S, October 2019