In the field of Body Psychotherapy, Jack Painter's Bodymind Integration is a special case. Painter claimed that Postural Integration and Energetic Integration (Bodymind Integration Methods) are neither a psychotherapy, nor a physical therapy, but a synthesis of both and a scientific field in its own right. His Postural Integration method (1987) is an original synthesis - not an eclectic combination - of Reichian Therapy, Gestalt Process Work, Rolfing, Psychodrama, Movement Awareness and the theory of the 5-elements. He later also developed Energetic Integration and a sub-method called Pelvic-Heart Integration. These three methods of Bodymind Integration are regulated by The International Council of PsychoCorporal (Bodymind) Integration Trainers (ICPIT), the sole representative umbrella organisation of Bodymind Integration and founded in 1988. ICPIT, as well as many certified Bodymind Integrators are also full, organisational or Forum member of EABP and ICPIT is also member of WAPCEPC (The World Association of Person Centered & Experiential Psychotherapy). Depending on the legislation in different countries, it is practiced by some practitioners within the context of body Psychotherapy, by others in the context of counselling, or even coaching. The French Institute in Strassbourg made an adaptation of the approach, and called it Psychotherapeutic Postural Integration, with a more important inclination to Gestalt psychotherapy, and a lesser focus on structural hands-on bodywork.