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Contact Info:
Westminster, CO 80031 USA
Phone: 617-957-0798
Website: Susan Lennox Coaching & Psychotherapy

Second office:
Broomfield, CO 80020 USA
Phone: 617-957-0798

Susan L. Lennox, J.D., Ph.D.

Certifying Coordinator
Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapist
Focusing Trainer

Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapist (FOT) Information:
Clinical Training: IFS Level I & II
Licensed By: Colorado Registered Psychotherapist, NLC 0108119
FOT Specialty Areas: Trauma, Adults, Body Psychotherapy
Other Specialty Areas: Stress, Life transitions, work-related issues, aging

Focusing Trainer Information:
  • I offer Focusing training in individual sessions.
  • I offer Focusing training in individual phone sessions.
  • I offer Focusing workshops.
  • I am available for public presentations.
  • I am a TFI Certifying Coordinator. I offer training to become a TFI Certified Focusing Professional.
  • I offer Focusing Workshops by phone.
  • I am available to travel to teach workshops.
Focusing Trainer Specialty Areas: Creative process, Business, Work Projects
Other Focusing Trainer Specialty Areas: Focusing-Oriented Life and Business Coach

My Publications:
Klagsbrun, J. & Lennox, S.L. (2012). Clearing a space: An evidence-based approach for enhancing quality of life in women with breast cancer. The Folio-A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 23 (1): 155-167.

Klagsbrun, J., Lennox, S.L. & Summers, L. (2010). Effect of “Clearing a Space” on quality of life in women with breast cancer. USA Body Psychotherapy Journal, 9(2), 48-53.

Lennox, S.L. (2005). Contemplating the self: Holistic approaches to transformative learning in higher education, Dissertation Abstracts International, 66 (07), (UMI No, 3184473)

Lennox, S.L. (2005, October). Focusing: An approach to accessing presentational knowledge.
Paper presented at the Sixth International Transformative Learning Conference, Michigan State University, E. Lansing, MI.

Lennox, S.L. (2005). Conference report: New England Second Journey visioning council: Creating community in later life. Journal of Transformative Education 3: 92-5

Kass, J.D., & Lennox, S. (2004). Emerging models of spiritual development: A foundation for mature, moral, and health-promoting behavior. In W. R. Miller & H. D. Delaney (Eds.), Judeo-Christian perspectives on psychology: Human nature, motivation and change. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Lennox, S.L. (2001, October). The phenomenology of deep focusing: Unfolding the wisdom of the body. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Phenomenology in the Human Sciences, Towson State University, Towson, MD.

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