According to social constructivism learning is a collaborative process, and knowledge develops from interaction with our culture and environment.
Ideas about psychomotor family therapy have their origins in family therapy and psychomotor therapy. It is especially the dialogue between colleagues (friends), students and families that has had and still has a great influence on the creation and further development of PMFT. From a fascination for combining these two forms of therapy, I, Marco Visser, have the opportunity to play a role in the further development of PMFT. Important colleagues with whom this has been shaped are the authors of various articles. In particular Jac Maurer in the beginning and Bruno Hillewaere in further refining this method.
In addition to continuing to conduct and teach about this way of working, we are also engaged in scientific research in collaboration with KU Leuven and EiE.