Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is a form of psychotherapy that by using modifications directly at the most basic sensorimotor level (rather than modifications at the conscious goal-oriented behavioral level) as a primary entry point in processing trauma, aims to resolve the limitations of behavior, thinking and feeling caused by trauma.

It is a treatment for attachment difficulties and trauma issues arising from war, sexual abuse, violence in the home or any other overwhelming experience that the individual has endured and which remains unprocessed.