Steve Bonnelucq-Lane

Somatic Trauma Therapist

Registered Craniosacral Therapist

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I have practiced in and around Brighton for over 20 years. I am a registered Craniosacral Therapist and accredited by the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA), College of Sexual and Relationship Therapy (COSRT) and the Association of Sexual Addiction Therapists (ASAT). To support my practice I am in ongoing, regular personal therapy and clinical supervision. I also enjoy a range of practices to maintain my physical and mental health.

AbuseADHDAging ConcernsAlcohol Abuse and Alcohol DependenceAlzheimersAnxietyAttachment TheoryCancerChronic Pain or IllnessCodependencyContemplativeDissociative Disorder (DD)Domestic AbuseDrug Dependence / Abuse / AddictionGambling AddictionHistorical TraumaInsomniaInternet AddictionLoss or GriefMen’s IssuesMindfulness-basedPanicPanic AttacksPersonal GrowthPTSDRelationalSelf-EsteemSensorimotorSexual AbuseSexual AddictionSexual ProblemsTrauma

I work with people who want to feel more comfortable in their own skin. They may be feeling overwhelmed, numb or disconnected and are experiencing symptoms of PTSD. I also work with people who are at various stages of recovery from addiction. My approach combines talking and touch to cultivate a deeper physical presence with more awareness of the relationship between body and mind. How stress is held varies with each individual and context. During periods of high stress, it’s common to feel physically and emotionally overwhelmed. Learning to negotiate, accept and eventually welcome a wider range of sensations, feelings and emotions offers more choice in how to interact with the world around us. Meeting ourselves in this way opens the door to resilience and healing so that life can be experienced more fully. When I use touch in therapy sessions, sustained and gentle contact is made through the client’s clothing. This offers a way of being held that encourages a sense of safety and connection through the body that can be difficult to access during periods of high stress. As these feelings grow and become more integrated, we can meet and hold ourselves with more awareness, compassion and patience. How we hold our feelings changes our biology, so this helps us to regulate sleep, digestion, and muscular tension, as well improving psychological and emotional wellbeing.

Since 2003, I have practiced in private clinics across Sussex including 12 years in a residential hospital within the NHS. I have trained extensively in body oriented approaches including Somatic Trauma Therapy, and Craniosacral Therapy which I taught internationally for over a decade. My training includes working with psychosexual issues and sexual addiction and compulsivity.

Type of Therapy
  • Addiction Therapy
  • Craniosacral therapy
  • Emotionally Focused
  • Experiential
  • Holistic
  • Mindfulness
  • Psychosexual Therapy
  • Somatic Therapy (Body Centered)
  • Touch Therapy
Client Type
IndividualsTeens
Type of Session
Long Term (Face to Face)Short Term (Face to Face)