Focusing keeps getting “carried forward” in rich and vibrant ways, to new endeavors, new fields, new areas. One of the goals of this website is to convey the many ways this is happening… as an invitation to be open to new uses of Focusing for further personal or professional development.
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The “Conversations” section does this, not through written documents, but with the immediacy of the spoken word. It could also be called the “Focusing Talk Radio”. Every other month, a new “conversation” is added, as an audio recording that you can listen to on the website, or download to play on your computer or MP3 player.
While each conversation is meant to stand on its own, this project is also meant to be an ongoing exploration of how to talk about focusing. Little by little, as conversations occur, we will be paying attention to how we describe what happens in the process of focusing. We will especially do so when talking with people who use focusing in ways that reach into different areas than the ones focusing has traditionally been associated with. By virtue of these activities being different from traditional focusing, this helps us be able to talk in a variety of ways about what happens in the Focusing process.
The host for these conversations is Serge Prengel, a focusing-oriented therapist/lifecoach in New York City.
Index of Conversations:Conversation,
November 2010: Glenn Fleisch (Wholebody Focusing)
October 2010: Robin Kappy (Creativity)
September 2010: Greg Madison (Being not at home)
August 2010: Shirley Turcotte (Entering the North quadrant of the Medicine Wheel)
July 2010: John Amodeo (Couples Therapy)
June 2010: Rob Parker (The Process Model)
May 2010: David Rome (Deep Listening)
April 2010: Karen Whalen (Wholebody Focusing)
March 2010: Suzanne Noel (Recovery Focusing)
February 2010: Joan Klagsbrun (Focusing and healing)
January 2010: Anna Christensen (Focusing and Zen meditation)
December 2009: Bala Jaison (Focusing and Solution Oriented Focusing Therapy)
November 2009: Jim Iberg (Focusing and Empathy)
October 2009: Jonathan Foust (Focusing and Mindfulness)
September 2009: Kevin Krycka (Focusing and Peace Building)
August 2009: Nada Lou ("Thinking At the Edge" - TAE)
July 2009: Robert Lee ("Changing the Unchangeable")
June 2009: Kevin McEvenue (Wholebody Focusing)
May 2009: Doralee Grindler Katonah (How Spirit Interacts with Felt Sense)
April 2009: Lynn Preston (Focusing Oriented Relational Psychotherapy)
March 2009: Barbara Chutroo (Focusing and Dance Therapy)
February 2009: Laury Rappaport (Focusing and Art Therapy)
January 2009: Claudia Conza (Focusing and Bodywork)
December 2008: Nina Joy Lawrence (Nina's Experiences in Afghanistan)
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