Conversation, December 2018: Jeffrey Morrison

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Rob Foxcroft

Jeffrey Morrison

Topic: In this conversation, Jeffrey Morrison shares what it is like to be Focusing based on a recent Focusing session. This is of interest to Focusers, but also to non-Focusers who are curious about the process of Focusing. Good to share with your non-Focusing friends.

Jeffrey Morrison:

A Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapist and Focusing Coordinator, Jeffrey Morrison practices in Seattle and Vashon Island, Washington, USA. He specializes in working with complex trauma and teaching Focusing to therapists and other healing professionals. He has developed a FOT training program, which blends Focusing, mindfulness and other embodied practices for unwinding trauma and restoring wellbeing.

He lives on Vashon Island with his wife, who is a teacher. They enjoy time with their son and daughter when they are home from college, gardening, walking, and spending vacations near water.

Website: www.morrisontherapy.com

For a video of this conversation, see: http://pausefully.com/morrison/

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