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Folio (Volume 18, Number 1, 1999) Table of Contents

Two articles from this issue can be read on-line right now:

This issue draws together work from all over the world on Focusing in medical situations. It includes reports by doctors, therapists, hospice workers, research and first person accounts of exactly how people used Focusing in the course of their own illnesses. It is a rare treasure to get such intricate accounts of first person process.


Focusing and Healing. Linda Olsen, Ph.D.

Focusing and Health: Psychobiological Perspectives. Bruce Nayowith, M.D.

Focusing Through Traumatic Experience — Personal Account Nada Lou


Focusing and Cancer: A Psychological Tool as an Adjunct Treatment for Adaptive Recovery.
Doralee Grindler Katonah, Psy.D., M.Div.

Clearing a Space With Someone Who Has Cancer. Doralee Grindler Katonah, Psy.D., M.Div.

Clearing a Space With Four Cancer Patients. Miriam Kanter

Case Study: A Six-Week Training in Focusing With Someone Who Has Cancer.
Doralee Grindler Katonah, M.Div., Psy.D.

Listening from the Heart to People Living with Cancer. Mary Ellen Summerville, C.S.W., M.Div.

Focusing and Support Group Activities for Those Who Live With Cancer. Koko Shiraiwa

The Right to Take Time to Form a Felt Sense During Illness. Mary Hendricks, Ph.D.

A Journey of Transformation and Focusing When An Illness Threatens.
Doralee Grindler Katonah, M.Div., Psy.D. with Reva Bernstein

Breast-Cancer and Focusing: An Opening — Personal Account. Anne-Megan Kelly

The Waiting Room — Personal Account. Anne-Megan Kelly

Finding Strength and Comfort Through Focusing With Cancer — Personal Account. Chris Rex

Cancer, Focusing, Miracle — Personal Account. Neil Friedman, Ph.D.

Focusing with a Family Member with Serious Lung Cancer — Personal Account.
Ann Weiser Cornell, Ph.D.

Focusing and The Right Relationship With Cancer — Personal Account. Libby Lovat


Abstract of: HIV and Human Being. Greg Madison, Ph.D.

The Recovery of Will in Persons with AIDS. Kevin C. Krycka, Psy.D.

The Lost Language of Hope: Explorations of the Lived-Experience of Life-Threatening Illness through Focusing.
Kevin C. Krycka, Ph.D.


Chronic Physical Pain: Your Body Knows The Answer?. Dieter Müller and Heinz-Joachim Feuerstein

Chronische körperliche Schmerzen; Dein Körper weiß die Antwort? Dieter Müller and Heinz-Joachim Feuerstein

Motivating Latent Coping Resources: Focusing as Part of Treatment for Chronic Headaches.
Daniel Bärlocher,

Stopping a Headache, and Stopping a Cold: Experientializing Theory in Focusing on Physical Problems.
Robert Lee, Ph.D.


Focusing in a Support Group for Patients with Persistent Problems after a Mild Concussion. Reto Agosti, M.D.

Focusing With A Memory-Impaired Client. Claire Margiotta, C.S.W.

Felt Sense and Cognitive Function. Doralee Grindler Katonah, Psy.D., M.Div.


The Sentient Body-Focusing on the Physical. Barbara McGavin

Focusing Applied to Body Symptoms: Exploring the Subjective Side. Stefan Byer

Focusing and Resolving a Sore Throat — Personal Account. Bruce Nayowith, M.D.

Focusing and Physical Transformation — Personal Account. Barbara Rolsma


Focusing, Illness And Health Care. Joan Klagsbrun, Ph.D.

Medical Change Events Through Experiential Focusing. Kathleen N. McGuire-Bouwman, Ph.D.

The First Step of Focusing Provides a Superior Stress-reduction Method. Eugene Gendlin, Ph.D.

Focusing and Caring Touch: Teaching Nursing Aides in a Long Term Care Setting.
Mary M. McGuire, Psy.D. and Mary V. McDonald, M.A.

Fingers on the Pulse. Annette Kindlimann, L.N.

Focusing und Pflege. Annette Kindlimann, L.N.

Use of Focusing in the Hospice Approach to Living While Dying. Dawn George, Ph.D.

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