Get Bigger Than What's Bugging You
Five simple and powerful practices for getting calmer, getting smarter, getting bigger than your problems, taught by Ann Weiser Cornell and Lucinda Hayden in a one-hour phone course with guided exercises and lots of examples, for beginners and experienced Focusers alike.
The Great Matter: Finding Our Way with Death, Dying and Grief
Learn how Focusing can help you explore your attitudes, beliefs and wonderings about death; how to communicate with and support those at the end of life; and ways to get in touch with your own timing and process of grief using Focusing skills and practices.
Get Clear and Move Forward with Focusing
Remarkably, it's in the very places where we feel uneasy and unclear that we can find the energy and wisdom to move forward. This introductory seminar includes a guided Focusing exercise that has been described as "transformational."
Focusing and Action Blocks “I want to get that done... why don’t I?” Why do we spin our wheels and get nowhere? You know you can do it – so what’s stopping you? Find out how Focusing lets you be gentle to all the aspects of yourself so that the blocked system can release.
Focusing with Decisions
Are you facing some tough decisions? Find out how Focusing can help with decisions by letting you honor all the sides of the decision without getting bogged down or stuck.
Focusing and Pain (and Other Symptoms)
Focusing has gifts for people in pain, whether acute or chronic. If you’re enduring symptoms of any kind of illness or condition, Focusing is not a cure... but it can help you tap into your body’s resources for healing and relief.
Working with Clients Who Are Experiencing Depression or Lack of Affect with Ann Weiser Cornell & Glenn Fleisch
One of the most challenging situations for a therapist is when a client is disconnected from or unable to access their inner feeling life, or is experiencing a depressive state of low energy. In this seminar you will learn Focusing-based interventions for facilitating a client's initial and deeper levels of contact with present experiencing, and ways that Focusing can help activate life-forward energy that seems to be missing or unavailable in depressive states.
Listen to a January 20, 2009 online audio interview of Ann Weiser Cornell hosted by Joanna Harcourt-Smith as part of her Gaialogues series at Future Primitive. Includes how Ann got started with Focusing, and what her work called “Inner Relationship Focusing” has added to Gendlin’s Focusing. (Play MP3)
Next step: How about trying Focusing for yourself? Our One-to-One Sessions give you a way to experience a Focusing process applied to exactly what you are wanting to change or learn more about in yourself.