Margie Gayle is a Psychiatrist based in the USA. My areas of speciality include Anxiety, and Depression. This profile is currently unclaimed; please validate the details are current when communicating with the mental health professional.
My passion and motivation.
Being able to help people move past their stress and transform is one of the most rewarding endeavours I’ve ever undertaken. I became an Integrative Body Psychotherapist (IBP) for many reasons. Besides training me to become a competent therapist, this journey has helped me to get unstuck from my old patterns, taught me about love and relationships, and upped my enthusiasm for my life.
I remember the day I realized that I’d found my calling. I was in the IBP training program for personal growth. I was sitting with another student and we were looking at her earliest experiences and how they continued to create her present day reality. I felt the warmth and expansiveness of compassion. In that moment, I knew the gift of being an IBP therapist.
I love my work.
Every time I’m able to help someone see the truth about who they really are, past their limiting sense of themselves, I fall in love with my work all over again.
I’ve been a licensed Clinical Psychologist in California since 2010. While living in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, between 2017 and 2021, I worked as a Registered Clinical Counselor in private practice.
I was introduced to Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP) in 1995 and subsequently graduated from IBP’s three year, 400 hour, mental health professional program at the IBP Central Institute in Los Angeles.
Upon certification as an IBP practitioner, I underwent the 400 hour IBP Teacher Training program to become certified as an IBP teacher then attended two full years of the IBP graduate training program which emphasizes more advanced IBP therapeutic sessions, including relationships and sexuality.
I conduct an online private practice and I’m licensed to work with people in California and across Canada.