Focusing Tip #470 “It is always this discomfort in the stomach. Then the doubts come: ‘Am I making this up?'” Pedro writes: Regarding the body sense, it is always this discomfort in the stomach, that tends to increase when I check for it.
Dr. Eugene Gendlin, whose research led to the approach known as Focusing (link is external), found that clients who made the most progress in psychotherapy (link is external) (despite the orientation of the therapist) were those who were contacting and speaking from their actual felt experience. They paused, stammered, and groped for words or images to describe their deeper experience rather than just talking from their heads. Things shifted and opened up as they stayed with their authentic experience from moment to moment.
Dr. Eugene Gendlin to be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award!
We received the wonderful news recently that Gene Gendlin will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement award by the World Association for Person Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling (the PCE for short). The PCE is the world’s premier organization promoting the Person Centered Approach and the work of Carl Rogers. Gene will be honored at their conference at Columbia University in New York City, July 20-24, 2016. This conference is only the 2nd time the PCE has been hosted in the US, and they anticipate over 800 participants and significant Person Centered and Experiential theoreticians from around the work to be in attendance.
Congratulations to Gene on this well-deserved honor!
From The Carl Rogers Reader by Carl Ransom Rogers Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1989 DARE WE DO AWAY WITH PROFESSIONALISM? By Carl Rogers A challenge that I wish to raise, especially for clinical and social psychologists, is the radical possibility of sweeping away our procedures for professionalization. I know what heresy that idea is, what terror it strikes in the …
Focusing Tip #471 “Should I suggest that my partner breathe into the pain and constriction?” Jane writes: I have a question about a session today with a Focusing partner who was feeling pain and constriction.
17 ΣΤΡΟΓΓΥΛΟ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΙ ΨΥΧΟΘΕΡΑΠΕΙΑ ΚΑΙ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΠΡΑΓΜΑΤΙΚΟΤΗΤΑ Παύλος Ζαρογιάννης «Ψυχοθεραπεία και Ελληνική Πραγματικότητα: μια σχέση ανολοκλήρωτη, ένας παράδοξος διάλογος γεμάτος αντιφάσεις» Συντονισμός: E.
Προσεχώς (1η ανακοίνωση)«Ο ΔΡΟΜΟΣ ΤΟΥ ΗΡΩΑ: Θεραπεύοντας το Ψυχικό Τραύμα»Εκπαιδευτικό Σεμινάριο για την Θεραπεία του Ψυχικού Τραύματος και τις Ευαίσθητες Θεραπευτικές Διαδικασίες.Προσεχώς τον Οκτώβριο 2015 στο Ελληνικό Κέντρο FocusingΕμμανουήλ Βανταράκης, Msc.
Focusing Tip #468 “When it comes to a part that makes me do things automatically, I don’t seem to get very far.” A Reader writes: I have tried a few times to do Focusing with the issue of biting my nails, which used to be a real problem from the...
The NVC (which is short for Nonviolent Communication) world seems to be in an interesting position right now. The founder/creator Marshall Rosenberg recently passed away and the international organization that owns the trademark and coordinates many things related to it, the CNVC (short for Center for Nonviolent Communication), is currently in the midst of a lot of different re-evaluation and restructuring. The time is ripe for changes in the NVC world.
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