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THE FOLIO: Volume 22, Number 1, 2010
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VOLUME 22, NUMBER 1, 2010
AGING...Focusing Through the Transitions of Later Life
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
iii PUBLISHER’S PAGE
iv LETTER FROM THE EDITORS
PART 1: PERSONAL STORIES
3 THE ESSENCE OF BEING WITH WHAT IS: Thirty-Three Years with Focusing
Reva Bernstein (in conversation with Ann Weiser Cornell)
IT NEEDS TO MAKE SENSE
Bebe Simon (in conversation with Rob Foxcroft)
MY JOURNEY WITH FOCUSING: A Developmental Process
SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT FOCUSING AND AGING: Losses and Gains
Joan Lavender, Psy.D.
FOCUSING AND AGING: Accompanying a Woman’s Aging Journey
Patricia Manessy, NHC
GROWING UP WITH FELT SENSING AND STAYING YOUNG INTO AGING
Christel Kraft, M.Ed.
FOCUSING ADVENTURES IN AGING: Alone — Crisis and
Hadley Fisk, LICSW
FOCUSING AND AGING
Erna de Bruijn
THE GOLDEN YEARS
Kevin McEvenue (Focusing with Karen Whalen)
FOCUSING, LIFE COACHING AND AGEISM
Judy Robbins, Psy.D.
AGING’S MUSIC: Aging and Co-Aging in a Focusing Marriage
Jane and Dave Young, LCSW
PART 2: INSIGHTS: TRANSFORMATIONS USING FOCUSING WITH OTHERS
THE BOOK OF LIFE: The Final Chapter
Mary McGuire, CSJ, Psy.D.
AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO PROCESSING AGING AND PAIN
Elfie Hinterkopf, Ph.D.
FOCUSING . . . AND HE DIDN’T EVEN KNOW IT . . .
Bala Jaison, Ph.D.
PART 3: AGING, CASES, AND RESEARCH
EXCERPTS FROM THE INTRODUCTION TO “REDISCOVERING THE
LOST BODY-CONNECTION WITHIN CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY”
Edwin M. McMahon, Ph.D. and Peter A. Campbell, Ph.D.
ONE MAN’S LIFE JOURNEY: Like the Ebbs and Flows of the
Atsmaout Perlstein, Ph.D.
A TAE-BASED QUALITATIVE STUDY OF SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING
FOR AGED JAPANESE MEN
Yoshika Yamaguchi, Satoko Tokumaru