Dr. Eugene Gendlin to be awarded
two Lifetime Achievement Awards
If you can't make it to Cambridge, UK in late July, 2016, for the International Focusing Conference, you have two other outstanding options.
Dr. Eugene Gendlin, founder of Focusing and Focusing-Oriented Therapy, will be awarded Lifetime Achievement Awards by two professional organizations in the client-centered and somatic psychology worlds: the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy, and the New York Person-Centered Resource Center. We are hopeful that Dr. Gendlin's health will allow him to attend one or both of these conferences.
We hope you will join us!
The United States Association for Body Psychotherapy will be granting a Lifetime Achievement award to Dr. Eugene Gendlin this July at their conference in Providence, Rhode Island.
Ann Weiser Cornell, one of the world's leading Focusing teachers, will be accepting the award on Dr. Gendlin's behalf, although we remain hopeful that his health will be good enough for him to attend in person as well. Dr. Cornell has been a student and colleague of Dr. Gendlin from the early days of his teaching Focusing at the University of Chicago. She continues to work and collaborate very closely with him.
July 20 - 24 in New York City
Additionally, to honor Dr. Gendlin, two of his colleagues, Lynn Preston and Dr. Kevin Krycka will speak about his life and work, especially in relation to Carl Rogers and the connection between Focusing-Oriented Therapy and the Person-Centered Approach. More information about the PCE Conference is available here.
The 27th International Focusing Conference in 2016 will be held in England in the beautiful old university town of Cambridge. The dates are Wednesday 20th to Sunday 24th July 2016, with a coordinators meeting starting on Monday 18th July. More information.
The 9th Children & Focusing Conference will take place in the surroundings of Athens, by the sea-side, at Cabo Verde Boutique Hotel, Mati, between 26th and 30th October 2016. More information