Το πρόγραμμα Εκπαίδευσης στην Οικογενειακή Θεραπεία – Θεραπεία Ζευγαριού διοργανώνεται από τοΚέντρο Δια Βίου Μάθησης (Κε.Δι.Βι.Μ.1) του Ελληνικού Κέντρου Focusing και πληρεί μεγάλο μέρος των απαιτήσεων του ICEEFT (International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy –http://www.iceeft.com) για την πιστοποίηση θεραπευτή ζεύγους.
Υπεύθυνη εκπαίδευσης είναι η Ρίτα Βεντούρα Μ.Α. ΕCP, ψυχοθεραπεύτρια, προσωποκεντρική εκπαιδεύτρια και επόπτρια, καθώς και πιστοποιημένη EFT θεραπεύτρια και επόπτρια.
Focusing Tip #462 “This negative voice is an immediate punch in the stomach that drains all my energy.” Marty writes: I have a terrible habit of comparing myself to others (negatively), and it is an immediate punch in the stomach, which hurts and...
Focusing Tip #468 “Life and relationships go better as we make room for our human vulnerability, not shut it down.” Dear Readers: Today, I’d like to bring you a guest Tip by my good friend John Amodeo.
For 25 years Helene Brenner (www.helenebrenner.com) has been a Focusing-oriented psychologist in private practice, offering supervision and individual therapy and phone coaching. Known for her warm and compassionate manner and astute, intuitive way of getting to the core of client’s and supervisee’s issues, Helene is also a Focusing coordinator for the Washington, D.C. area and co-directs the Greater Washington Center for Focusing and Focusing-Oriented Therapy (www.washingtonfocusing.com), which offers two-year certification programs in FOT. She's also on the faculty of Focusing Resources, teaching telecourses for focusers and therapists. Helene is the author of I Know I’m in There Somewhere: A Woman’s Guide to Finding Her Inner Voice and Living a Life of Authenticity, co-authored by Larry Letich and published by Penguin (USA) in 2003, and has led Focusing and “Inner Voice” workshops in venues including Omega Institute and Kripalu Center. She is the co-chair of the 2016 International FOT Conference.
Focusing Tip #460 “I have trouble explaining to my Companion and myself why I want reflections when it is my turn…” Tewa writes: When I am Focusing with a partner, I like to hear two or three reflections and then silent presence.
The Focusing Institute: Focusing is direct access to a bodily knowing. Focusing is a practice developed from the Philosophy of the Implicit.
Dr. Carl Rogers was Gene Gendlin's colleague and friend at the University of Chicago. Rogers' person-centered approach opened the way for Gene's elaboration of Focusing. This is a delightful talk that Rogers gave in 1974. He mentions Eugene (Gene) T. Gendlin 's work which Gene would four years later write about in his book "Focusing."
Focusing Tip #459 “I have parts of me that I used to assume were the actual voices of my mother, father, husband…” Katherine writes: I am noticing how I have parts of me that I used to assume were the actual voices of, or almost like, an actual...
Focusing Tip #463 “I have a history of being abused and have found it rather difficult to put a hand anywhere on the body.” A Reader writes: I really like the gesture that you recommend, of placing a gentle hand on the body where “something” needs...
Focusing Tip #467 “I have difficulty finding the purpose of Focusing if no link is made with my reality.” A Reader writes: I learned Focusing a few years ago and I practice it quite regularly with people who have more experience than me.
Focusing Tip #458 “When you are Focusing, who is the leader?” A Reader writes: I would like to ask you: when you are Focusing and you are speaking of all the parts of you, who is the leader? How do you decide what to do?
Focusing Tip #465 Mary Elizabeth writes: When I do Focusing, my release is usually with tears. In other words: I cry. Sometimes I wonder am I blocking myself from going deeper by crying? I feel good after and definitely have had a shift.
I worry when I hear people in the “helping professions” say that they want to help. Why? Because that attitude can be harmful. I work with children and youth who have been marginalized and discriminated against.
Keynote Address to the Fifteenth Focusing International Conference 2003 in Germany
Mary Hendricks-Gendlin, Ph.D. Director, The Focusing Institute
Focusing is a force for peace because it frees people from being manipulated by external authority, cultural roles, ideologies and the internal oppression of self attacking and shame. This freeing has to do with an ability to pause the on-going situation and create a space in which a felt sense can form.
When we know how to focus we refuse to take ourselves or any other person as merely an instance of a culturally defined category or group. We don't say, "I am good, you are bad." Or, "I am a wife and mother" as though this defined the total of who I am. Or "You are the doctor, I am the patient" as though our interaction would then be governed only by the meanings of those roles. Or "I am a Christian or a Moslem" as though the ritual forms would then exhaustively define my spiritual life. We know there is always a rich detailed intricacy, a "more" in each person's experience.
I will tell you a story about pausing the cultural role level of a situation so that a felt sense can form. You will see that this pausing allows "the patient" to break the culturally expected role behavior of unquestioned acceptance of the external authority of "the doctor."
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