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Vol. 21, No. 1, 2008    TRIBUTE ISSUE Celebrating Thirty Years of Focusing 1978–2008

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Vol. 19, No. 1, 2000-2004    THINKING AT THE EDGE: A New Philosophical Practice

Vol. 18, No. 1, 1999     FOCUSING AND MEDICINE

Vol. 17, No. 1, 1998    FOCUSING AND TRAUMA

Vol. 16, No. 1-2, 1997     FOCUSING WITH CHILDREN

Vol. 15, No. 2, Fall 1996/Winter 1997    FOCUSING AND RESEARCH

Vol. 15, No. 1, Spring 1996     FOCUSING AND SPIRITUALITY

Vol. 14, No. 3, Winter, 1995    PROFESSIONAL APPLICATIONS OF FOCUSING

Vol. 14, No. 2, Fall,1995     FOCUSING AND SPIRITUALITY

Vol. 14, No. 1, Spring, 1995     Typology

Vol. 13, No. 3, Winter, 1994     Typology

Vol. 13, No. 2, Fall, 1994     FOCUSING IN THE BODY

Vol. 13, No. 1, Spring, 1994

Vol. 12, No. 3, Winter, 1993

Vol. 12, No. 2, Summer, 1993     ADDICTION

Vol. 12, No. 1, Spring, 1993     CHILDREN AND PLAY

Vol. 11, No. 4, Winter, 1992     FOCUSING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

Vol. 11, No. 3, Fall, 1992     4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Vol. 11, No. 2, Summer, 1992     THE BODY

Vol. 11, No. 1, Spring, 1992     DREAMS

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VOLUME 19, NUMBER 1, 2000-2004
THINKING AT THE EDGE: A New Philosophical Practice

iii From the Editor

WHAT IS TAE?

INTRODUCTION TO “THINKING AT THE EDGE”  (Deutsch PDF) | (日本語) | (Español) | (Italiano)
Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D.

TAE STEPS

11 TAE IS ONLY POSSIBLE WITH FOCUSING  

12 THINKING AT THE EDGE (TAE) STEPS   (German PDF)
Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D. and Mary Hendricks, Ph.D.

25 A FRAME FOR THE TAE STEPS
Frans Depestele, M.D. , M.A.

27 STARTING TAE FROM A STRONG POSITION
Kye Nelson

THREE EXAMPLES OF THE FOURTEEN STEPS

32 PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
Robert Crease, Ph.D.

43 TRANSLATING TEXTS
Bill Fraser, MA

55 A THEORY OF UNCONDITIONAL POSITIVE REGARD IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
Mary Hendricks, Ph.D.

ILLUSTRATIONS OF PARTICULAR STEPS:

80 PERMISSION TO THINK FROM WHAT IS KNOWN BUT UNCLEAR

82 SPEAKING FROM THE UPWARDLY PRESSING THINGS THAT WANT TO COME OUT
Forrestine Paulay and Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D.

86 MOTHERS AND INFANTS: ONE BODY PROCESS WITH EQUAL INITIATIVE
Zack Boukydis, Ph.D., and Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D.

APPLICATIONS OF TAE

94 THINKING AT THE EDGE IN INDUSTRY
Klaus Meyerson, Ph.D.

99 EIGHTH GRADERS THINK AT THE EDGE
Mary Jeanne Larrabee, Ph.D.

102 THINKING AT THE EDGE IN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND ECOLOGICAL THEORY
Greg Walkerden

A PROCESS MODEL

112 A BRIEF GUIDE TO A PROCESS MODEL
Campbell Purton, Ph.D.

121 A PROCESS MODEL IS UNIQUE IN ITS CONCEPTUAL CO-GENERATIVITY
William Sterner

124 HOW I READ THE STRUCTURE OF THE A PROCESS MODEL TEXT
Greg Walkerden

132 EXCERPTS FROM A STUDY SESSION ON A PROCESS MODEL
led by Greg Walkerden

137 ETHOLOGY AND GENDLIN’S PROCESS MODEL
Campbell Purton, Ph.D.

APPENDIX

147 TAE FOR DAILY USE

 

VOLUME 18, NUMBER 1, 1999, FOCUSING AND MEDICINE

vi Letter from the Editors 

vi Introduction

I. THE HEALING PROCESS

2   FOCUSING AND HEALING
Linda Olsen, Ph.D.

6   FOCUSING AND HEALTH: PSYCHOBIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES
Bruce Nayowith, M.D.

13  FOCUSING THROUGH TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE - Personal Account
Nada Lou

II. CANCER

17  INTRODUCTION

18  FOCUSING AND CANCER: A PSYCHOLOGICAL TOOL AS AN ADJUNCT TREATMENT FOR ADAPTIVE RECOVERY
Doralee Grindler Katonah, Psy.D., M.Div.

19  CLEARING A SPACE WITH SOMEONE WHO HAS CANCER
Doralee Grindler Katonah, Psy.D., M.Div.

27  CLEARING A SPACE WITH FOUR CANCER PATIENTS
Miriam Kanter

36  CASE STUDY: A SIX-WEEK TRAINING IN FOCUSING WITH SOMEONE WHO HAS CANCER
Doralee Grindler Katonah, M.Div, Psy.D.

42  LISTENING FROM THE HEART TO PEOPLE LIVING WITH CANCER (Article available online)
Mary Ellen Summerville, C.S.W., M.Div.

47  FOCUSING AND SUPPORT GROUP ACTIVITIES FOR THOSE WHO LIVE WITH CANCER
Koko Shiraiwa

51 

55  THE RIGHT TO TAKE TIME TO FORM A FELT SENSE DURING ILLNESS
Mary Hendricks, Ph.D.

56  A JOURNEY OF TRANSFORMATION AND FOCUSING WHEN AN ILLNESS THREATENS
Doralee Grindler Katonah, M.Div., Psy.D. with Reva Bernstein

62  BREAST CANCER AND FOCUSING: AN OPENING - Personal Account
Anne-Megan Kelly

64  THE WAITING ROOM - Personal Account
Anne-Megan Kelly

66  FINDING STRENGTH AND COMFORT THROUGH FOCUSING WITH CANCER - Personal Account
Chris Rex

67  CANCER. FOCUSING, MIRACLE - Personal Account
Neil Friedman, Ph.D.

70  FOCUSING WITH A FAMILY MEMBER WITH SERIOUS LUNG CANCER - Personal Account
Ann Weiser Cornell, Ph.D.

75  FOCUSING AND THE RIGHT RELATIONSHIP WITH CANCER - Personal Account
Libby Lovat

III. AIDS

77  INTRODUCTION

78  ABSTRACT OF: HIV AND HUMAN BEING
Greg Madison, Ph.D.

80  THE RECOVERY OF WILL IN PERSONS WITH AIDS
Kevin C. Krycka, Psy.D.

93  THE LOST LANGUAGE OF HOPE: EXPLORATIONS OF THE LIVED-EXPERIENCE OF LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESS THROUGH FOCUSING 
Kevin C. Krycka, Ph.D.

IV  PAIN

95  INTRODUCTION

96  CHRONIC PHYSICAL PAIN: YOUR BODY KNOWS THE ANSWER? 
Dieter Müller and Heinz-Joachim Feuerstein

108 CHRONISCHE KÖRPERLICHE 9011 MOW' DEIN KÖRPER WEISS DIE ANTWORT?
Dieter Müller and Heinz-Joachim Feuerstein

127 MOTIVATING LATENT COPING RESOURCES: FOCUSING AS PART OF TREATMENT FOR CHRONIC HEADACHES.
Daniel Bärlocher Ph.D.

129 STOPPING A HEADACHE, AND STOPPING A COLD: EXPERIENTIALIZING THEORY IN FOCUSING ON PHYSICAL PROBLEMS
Robert Lee, Ph.D.

V   BRAIN-RELATED SYNDROMES

133 INTRODUCTION

134 FOCUSING IN A SUPPORT GROUP FOR PATIENTS WITH PERSISTENT PROBLEMS AFTER A MILD CONCUSSION
Reto Agosti, M.D.

137 FOCUSING WITH A MEMORY-IMPAIRED CLIENT 
Claire Margiotta, C.S.W.

140 FELT SENSE AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION (Article available online)
Doralee Grindler Katonah, Psy.D., M.Div

VI. HEALING PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS

145 INTRODUCTION

146 THE SENTIENT BODY-FOCUSING ON THE PHYSICAL
Barbara McGavin

150 FOCUSING APPLIED TO BODY SYMPTOMS: EXPLORING THE SUBJECTIVE SIDE OF DISEASE
Stefan Beyer

156 FOCUSING AND RESOLVING A SORE THROAT - Personal Account
Bruce Nayowith, M.D.

158 FOCUSING AND PHYSICAL TRANSFORMATION - Personal Account
Barbara Rolsma

VII. MODELS FOR BRINGING FOCUSING INTO MEDICAL SETTINGS

161 INTRODUCTION

162 FOCUSING, ILLNESS AND HEALTH CARE
Joan Klagsbrun, Ph.D.

171 MEDICAL CHANGE EVENTS THROUGH EXPERIENTIAL FOCUSING 
Kathleen N. McGuire-Bouwman, Ph.D.

178 THE FIRST STEP OF FOCUSING PROVIDES A SUPERIOR STRESS-REDUCTION METHOD
Eugene Gendlin, Ph.D.

179 FOCUSING AND CARING TOUCH: TEACHING NURSING AIDES IN A LONG TERM CARE SETTING
Mary M. McGuire, Psy.D. and Mary V. McDonald, M.A.

186 FINGERS ON THE PULSE
Annette Kindlimann, L.N.

188 FOCUSING UND PFLEGE
Annette Kindlimann, L.N.

190 USE OF FOCUSING IN THE HOSPICE APPROACH TO LIVING WHILE DYING
Dawn George, Ph.D.

 

VOLUME 17 NUMBER 1 1998, FOCUSING AND TRAUMA

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS

CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE PACIFIC CENTRE FOR FOCUSING:

1  THE MISSION OF THE PACIFIC CENTRE FOR FOCUSING
Shirley Turcotte, R.C.C.

5  TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE PACIFIC CENTRE FOR FOCUSING
Clelia Costo, S.C.

7  WAYS OF KNOWING
Alannah Earl Young

15  CLEARING A SPACE AND FINDING THE RIGHT DISTANCE
Judy Lyon

17  FOCUSING AND ART THERAPY
Laury Rappaport, Ph.D., A.T.R.

25  TREATING TRAUMA WITH FOCUSING AND EMDR
Mary Armstrong, MSW, CSW

31  THE FELT SENSE-EMOTION DISTINCTION IN POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
Mary Hendricks, Ph.D.

35  MULTIPLE PERSONALITY, TRANSPERSONAL GUIDES, AND MALEVOLENT POSSESSION
Roger Levin, M.A., Ph.D. (candidate)

43  PRE-EXPERIENCING: A WAY TO CONTACT TRAUMA AND DISSOCIATION
Ton Coffeng, MD

55  WHAT Is IT ABOUT TRAUMATIZING THAT TALKING CURES?
Arthur Egendorf, Ph.D.

65  ABSTRACT: CHANGES IN COGNITIVE COPING STRATEGIES PREDICT EBV-ANTIBODY TITRE CHANGE: FOLLOWING A STRESSOR DISCLOSURE INDUCTION
Susan K. Lutgendorf Ph.D., Michael H. Antoni, Ph.D., Mihendra Kumar, Ph.D. and Neil Schneiderman, Ph.D.

67  REVIEW OF WAKING THE TIGER, HEALING TRAUMA BY PETER LEVINE
Kathleen McGuire-Bouwman, Ph.D.

 

VOLUME 16, NO. 1-2, 1997, FOCUSING WITH CHILDREN

iii   LETTER FROM TILE EDITORS
Bala Jaison, Ph.D., and Mary Lawlor, M.A.

1   FOCUSING IN SCHOOL/FOCUSSEN IN SCHOOL
Marta Stapert

35  INCORPORATING FOCUSING INTO THE CLASSROOM
Andrea Conway

51  FOCUSING-USING-ART WITH ADOLESCENTS
Barbara Merkur

55  TEACHING FOCUSING TO CHILDREN 10-14 YEARS OLD/FOCUSING MIT KINDERN 
Franz Heintz

67  THREE PHASES OF FOCUSING: 
AN EXAMPLE FROM A TEN-YEAR-OLD BOY 
James R Iberg

75  SARAH: FOCUSING AND PLAY THERAPY
WITH A SIX-YEAR-OLD CHILD
Diana Marder

81  FOCUSING BY CHILDREN
Compiled by Nada Lou

94  RESOURCES

 

VOLUME 15, NUMBER 2, FALL 1996/WINTER 1997, FOCUSING AND RESEARCH

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Bala Jaison, Ph.D. and Mary Lawlor, M.A.

1   FOCUSING PROCESSES IN CLIENT CENTERED EXPERIENTIAL PSYCHOTHERAPY: AN OVERVIEW OF MY RESEARCH FINDINGS
Mia Leijssen, Ph.D

7   EFFECTS OF FOCUSING TRAINING ON THERAPY PROCESS AND OUTCOME
Gary M. Durak Ph.D, Reva Bernstein, Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D

15  LEVEL OF EXPERIENCING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY OUTCOME
Jules Seeman, Ph.D

19  EXPERIENCING LEVEL IN DREAMS: AN INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCE VARIABLE
Marion Hendricks, Ph.D & Rosalind D. Cartwright, Ph.D

29  THE EFFECT OF FOCUSING ON WEIGHT LOSS
Bonnie Holstein, Psy.D & Judith Flaxman, Ph.D

47  FOCUSING IN THERAPY WITH INCARCERATED DOMESTICALLY VIOLENT MEN
Ralph Bierman, Ph.D

59  ABSTRACTS:
Doralee Grindler Katonah, Psy.D & Judith Flaxman, Ph.D
James Iberg, Ph.D
Larry Hess
Frances S. Hammon, LCSW, Sarah Gehlert, Ph.D, & Miriam Elson, M.A., A.C.S.W
Glenn Fleisch

65  PRIMARY BIBLIOGRAPHY OF EUGENE T. GENDLIN
Frans Depestele, M.D., M.A.

83  ERRATA

 

VOLUME 15, NUMBER 1, SPRING 1996, FOCUSING AND SPIRITUALITY

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Bala Jaison, Ph.D. and Mary Lawlor

1   RELATIONSHIP = DISTANCE + CONNECTION: A COMPARISON OF INNER RELATIONSHIP TECHNIQUES TO FINDING DISTANCE TECHNIQUES
Ann Weiser Cornell, Ph.D.

9   A PROCESS DEFINITION OF SPIRITUALITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR FOCUSING THERAPY
Elfie Hinterkopf, Ph.D.

13  FINDING THE BODY'S NEXT STEP: INGREDIENTS AND HINDRANCES
James R. Iberg

43  FOCUSING THERAPY I: THEORY, RESEARCH, PRACTICE AND TRAINING
Kathleen N. McGuire, Ph.D.

55  FOCUSING THERAPY II: SOME FRAGMENTS IN WHICH THE WHOLE CAN BECOME VISIBLE
Johannes Wiltschko

79  BRINGING IN THE BODY'S WISDOM: A FOCUSING BASED ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING
Karin Bundschuh-Muller

 

VOLUME 14, NUMBER 3, WINTER, 1995, PROFESSIONAL APPLICATIONS OF FOCUSING

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Bala Jaison, Ph.D. and Mary Lawlor

1   FOCUSING THERAPY PART I: SOME BASIC STATEMENTS
Johannes Wiltschko

13  DEVELOPMENT OF FOCUSING SKILLS DURING THE COURSE OF LIFE OR IN THERAPY
Mia Leijssen

25  THE USE OF FOCUSING TO EXPLORE THE SELF AND THE SELF IN INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS
Mary K. Armstrong, M.S. W.,C.S.W.

31  INTERPERSONAL FOCUSING AND EMPATHIC FELT SENSE LISTENING
Janet Klein, Psy.D.

43  INTERACTIONAL FOCUSING: A MULTILEVELED APPROACH TO PROBLEM SOLVING AND CONFLICT RELATIONSHIP
Christel Kraft in collaboration with Gabi Kraft  

 

VOLUME 14, NUMBER 2, FALL,1995, FOCUSING AND SPIRITUALITY

iii   FROM THE EDITORS
Bala Jaison, Ph.D. and Mary Lawlor

vii  SPEAKING OUT

1   BEING TOUCHED AND BEING MOVED: THE SPIRITUAL VALUE OF TEARS
Kathleen McGuire, Ph.D.

15  ARCHETYPING: FOCUSING ON DEEPER PLACES
David C. Young, LCSW

49  EMBODYING OUR SPIRIT THROUGH BREATH
Salvatore Barba, Ph.D.

59  EXPERIENTIAL FOCUSING AND IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY
Carlos Alemany, Ph.D.

71  FOCUSING IN THE LIFE OF A CHRISTIAN
Frances Hurley, RSM  

 

VOLUME 14, NUMBER 1, SPRING, 1995, Typology

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Bala Jaison, Ph.D. and Mary Lawlor

v   SPEAKING OUT

1   DEALING WITH SELF-CRITICISM: THE CRITIC WITHIN US AND THE CRITICIZED ONE
Dieter Müller

11  FOCUSING ON PARENTING
Bala Jaison, Ph.D.

19  INTERPERSONAL FOCUSING
Kathleen McGuire

33  THE POLITICS OF GIVING THERAPY AWAY: LISTENING AND FOCUSING 
Eugene T. Gendlin

43  INTERFACE AND JIN SHIN Do
Sal Barba, Ph.D.

56  1ST CONGRESS INVITATION

  

VOLUME 13, NUMBER 3, WINTER, 1994, Typology

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Mary Lawlor and Bala Jaison, Ph.D.

v   SPEAKING OUT

1   FOCUSING
Ian Yeomans

17  THE ENNEAGRAM AND "FOCUSING": A MAP AND A PATH FOR PERSONAL CHANGE
Hans Neidhardt

29  BIOSPIRITUAL, DEVELOPMENT-ORIENTED WORK WITH THE ENNEAGRAM
Klaus Renn

39  SUBTLE MIND SUBTLE BODY, AN INTERFACE APPROACH: THE USE OF EXPERIENTIAL FOCUSING WITH JIN SHIN DO ACUPRESSURE
Sal Barba, Ph.D.

61  THE USE OF TONING IN FOCUSING
Terry Travers-Davin

 

VOLUME 13, NUMBER 2, FALL, 1994, FOCUSING IN THE BODY

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Carol Bellin and Bala Jaison, Ph.D.

1   APPLICATION OF FOCUSING PRINCIPLES TO BODY ORIENTED THERAPIES
Raymond Purdy, M.D.

7   WHOLEBODY FOCUSING: LIFE LIVED IN THE MOMENT
Kevin McEvenue

11  INTERACTIVE FOCUSING: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS
Linda Olsen Webber and Leon T. Webber

29  FOCUSING IN JAPAN: FOCUSING AND THE "TRANSPERSONAL"
Akira Ikemi and Shoji Murayama

31  TRANSPERSONAL SELF, LOSS OF SELF, CROSSING AND THE CREATION OF MEANING
Akira Ikemi

 

VOLUME 13, NUMBER 1, SPRING, 1994

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Carol Bellin and Bala Jaison, Ph.D.

1   INTERACTIVE FOCUSING: CO-CREATING OUR RELATIONSHIPS
Leon T. Webber and Linda Olsen Webber

17  INTERACTIVE FOCUSING
Janet Klein

25  FOCUSING IN A CRISIS
Book Review: Chris Rex

27  CELEBRATIONS AND PROBLEMS OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D.

39  ERRATA

 

VOLUME 12, NUMBER 3, WINTER, 1993

iii   FROM THE EDITORS
Carol Bellin and Bala Jaison, Ph.D.

1   METASENSING: FROM FOCUSING TO NLP & BACK
Dave C. Young, MSW

19  FOCUSING IN GENERAL PRACTICE
Erna M. de Bruijn

27  FOCUSING IN THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL SPACE
Christel Kraft

35  FOCUSING TECHNIQUE COMPARED TO CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING
Ronald Hueftle, Ph.D.

55  FOCUSING IN JAPAN
Akira Ikemi and Shoji Murayama

 

VOLUME 12, NUMBER 2, SUMMER, 1993, ADDICTION

iii   FROM THE EDITORS
Carol Bellin and Bala Jaison, Ph.D.

1   SEEKING EMBODIMENT: THE ADOLESCENT JOURNEY THROUGH ADDICTION PART ONE
Sal Barba, Ph.D.

17  FOCUSING INNER CHILD WORK WITH ABUSED CLIENTS
Kathleen N. McGuire, Ph.D.

35  SEXUAL ABUSE, DISSOCIATION AND MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER:
One Experiential Therapist's Approach to the Aftermath of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Dissociation and Multiple Personality Disorder as Necessary Survival Adaptations
Mary C. Armstrong, MSW, CSW

45  FOCUSING WITH A DISSOCIATED ADOLESCENT:
Tracing and Treating Multiple Personality Disorder
Experienced by a 13-Year Old Girl 
Bart Santen

59  FOCUSING IN JAPAN
Akira Ikemi and Shoji Murayama

   

VOLUME 12, NUMBER 1, SPRING, 1993, CHILDREN AND PLAY

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Carol Bellin and Bala Jaison, PhD.

iv  LETTERS To THE EDITORS

1   THE HARD PART Is ME: LEARNING To Focus WITH CHILDREN
Gloria Bruinix

13  PLAYING FOR LIFE
Carol Bellin

17  HOME ALONE IV: BEING WITH THE FELT NONSENSE
Paul Huschilt

21  THREE ASSERTIONS ABOUT THE BODY
Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D.

35  HEARING PEOPLE THROUGH THEIR PAIN (PART 2 of 2)
Arthur Egendorf, Ph.D.

51  NEWS FROM THE FOCUSING INSTITUTE  

 

VOLUME 11, NUMBER 4, WINTER, 1992, FOCUSING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Carol Bellin and Bala Jaison, Ph.D.

1   STRATEGIC THERAPY AND FOCUSING: EXAMINING A RELATIONSHIP
Bala Jaison, Ph.D.

13  FOCUSING AND INTERACTIONAL INTERVENTIONS IN CLIENT-CENTERED PSYCHOTHERAPY
Ada Herpst

21  FOCUSING AND BODYWORK
Marta Stapert

31  HEARING PEOPLE THROUGH THEIR PAIN (PART 1 OF 2)
Arthur Egendorf, Ph.D.

45  THE FOCUSING INSTITUTE LOOKS AHEAD TO 1993...

 

VOLUME 11, NUMBER 3, FALL, 1992, 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Carol Bellin and Bala Jaison, Ph.D.

v   LETTERS To Tim EDITORS

1   RECLAIMING OUR GOOD ENERGY
Mary Armstrong, M.S.W., C.S.W.

7   SPIRITUALITY AND FOCUSING: A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE
Luke Lukens

11  RECONTACTING THE CHILD
Ton Cofeng

23  NEW APPROACHES
Bala Jaison, Ph.D.

27  THE BUSINESS OF FOCUSING
Lorne Ellingson

35  EXPERIENTIAL FOCUSING THROUGH DRAWING
Mia Leijssen

41  FOCUSING PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES
The Focusing Institute

 

VOLUME 11, NUMBER 2, SUMMER, 1992, THE BODY

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
Carol Bellin and Bala Jaison, PhD.

1   FOCUSING AND CANCER
Judy Hart

19  TOUCHING THE SOUL: A SEXUAL DILEMMA
Bala Jaison, PhD.

25  THE USE OF TOUCH IN FOCUSING
Thomas Froitzheim

29  HEALING FROM THE INSIDE OUT
Sandra Harvey, PhD.

35  SOME ASPECTS OF COMBINING FOCUSING WITH PERSON-CENTERED THERAPY IN WORKING WITH PSYCHOSOMATIC CLIENTS
Eberhard Wolfgang Fuhrman

41  FOCUSING AND GRIEF
Ton Coffeng

49  SUMMERTIME AT THE FOCUSING INSTITUTE

 

VOLUME 11, NUMBER I, SPRING, 1992, DREAMS

iii   LETTER FROM THE EDITORS 
Carol Bellin and Bala Jaison, PhD.

V   LETTER TO THE EDITORS

1   DREAMS: THE NATURAL CONNECTORS 
Jody Gardner

17  THE BODY'S ROLE IN DREAMING
Luke Lukens

25  THREE LEARNINGS SINCE THE DREAMBOOK
Eugene T. Gendlin, PhD.

31  EXPERIENCING INSIGHT: THE AHA! PHENOMENON (CHAPTERS THREE AND FOUR)
William C. Littlewood

49  THE FOCUSING INSTITUTE 1992 SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM

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