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THE FOLIO: Volume 23, Number 1, 2012

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THE FOLIO: Volume 23, Number 1, 2012

VOLUME 23, NUMBER 1, 2012
FOCUSING, RESEARCH, AND CONTEMPORARY SCIENCE: New Movements Forward (Buy from store)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

iii PUBLISHER’S PAGE

iv LETTER FROM THE EDITORS

vii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Part 1: Crossing Contemporary Science and Focusing

3 PROCESS GENERATES STRUCTURES: Structures Alone Don't Generate Process
Eugene T. Gendlin

14 ZIGZAGGING OUR WAY TO EXPANDED POSSIBILITIES FOR FOCUSING
Bruce Nayowith M.D.

36 THE ATTUNED BRAIN: Crossings In Focusing-oriented Therapy and Neuroscience
Leslie Ellis, M.A.

47 ATTACHMENT AND NEUROSCIENCE: The Benefits of Being a Focusing Oriented Professional
Carol Nickerson, MSW, LICSW, CFT

58 A PROCESS MODEL SCIENTIST: What Does It Really Mean in Practice?
Dana Ganihar Raz, M.Sc.

66 FOCUSING IN AN AGE OF NEUROSCIENCE
Peter Afford, M.A.

84 QUANTUM CONSCIOUSNESS: An Explanatory Model for Life Forward Movement in Wholebody Focusing PART 1
Karen Whalen, Ph.D. and Glenn Fleisch, Ph.D.

98 QUANTUM CONSCIOUSNESS: An Explanatory Model for Life Forward Movement in Wholebody Focusing PART 2
Glenn Fleisch, Ph.D. and Karen Whalen, Ph.D.

Part 2: Researching Focusing

115 INCORPORATING RESEARCH INTO YOUR EXPERIENTIAL AND FOT PRACTICE : Midwifing the Implicit
Kevin C. Krycka, Psy. D.

130 THOUGHTS ABOUT ADVANCING FOCUSING RELATED TO THE BROADER SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY
Zack Boukydis, Ph.D.

138 RESEARCH ON CLEARING A SPACE
Doralee Grindler Katonah, Psy.D., M.Div.

155 CLEARING A SPACE: An Evidence-based Approach for Enhancing Quality of Life in Women with Breast Cancer
Joan Klagsbrun, Ph.D. and Susan L. Lennox, Ph.D.

168 THE BENEFITS OF FOCUSING: A Qualitative Analysis of Thirty Interviews with Focusers
Mako Hikasa

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