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                                                                 Focusing

I am currently training as a Focusing Practitioner with the British Focusing Association (BFA), having previously completed the BFA Certificate in Focusing Skills.    

 

I am offering online focusing sessions free of charge until the end of my training.  This could be a one-off session or up to three sessions, depending on what you would like.  In these sessions, I will guide you through a body scan (attunement) and be with you as you become aware of your body’s communications. 

If you would like to find out more and/or to book a session, you are welcome to contact me.

 

About Focusing

 

Focusing was developed by Eugene Gendlin in the 1950s.  Gendlin discovered the great benefits of being able to pause and pay attention to what is happening in the present moment in our bodies.  He named this bodily awareness the ‘felt sense’, and he developed Focusing to help people become aware of and be with this felt sense.  (Adapted from https://www.focusing.org.uk/what-is-focusing)

Focusing is about listening in to your body, to feel, hear or see what is happening for you in any given moment.  You may experience physical sensations or emotions and you may encounter images, thoughts and feelings.  Focusing can help you be with whatever is there.  The process encourages a gentle and compassionate way of being with yourself. 

Being in communication with your felt sense can bring relaxation, internal shifts, and insights, and tapping into this inner wisdom can support you with challenges and decisions, enabling you to move forward in new and creative ways.  Practising focusing can enhance your relationship with yourself, with others and with the world around you.

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