Focusing is an evidence-based practice which can be done individually, in pairs or in groups. In the 1960’s and 70’s Eugene Gendlin developed this practice to help people towards greater confidence in their capacity to live life more fully, including building better relationships within family and work settings. This practice, which he made available to everyone, is based on his discovery that clients in therapy had better outcomes when they were given time and space to reflect and focus on their own inner sense of an issue.
As a participant in this 2-Day non-residential Workshop will you learn how to:
· Listen to yourself and others in a more compassionate way
· Trust your intuition/gut instinct to make decisions and gain fresh insights
· Find new ways forward in your life
Mary Jennings and Margaret Quinn will employ a combination of guided reflective exercises and group discussion to achieve these outcomes
Participants will receive a complimentary link to download audio recordings of the principal exercises.