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  • Brighton and Hove

    Sandy Gee 

    I've been a keen focuser for over 20 years and a focusing oriented psychotherapist for 10. In recent years I've undergone further advanced training and incorporated into my work Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) and Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) both approaches that integrate focusing in a more directly relational...

  • South West

    Nigel Gibbons 

  • Eastern

    Rob Gibbs 

    Hello, I’m Rob. I’m a BFA-recognized focusing practitioner with over ten years experience. I introduce focusing to those who are new to the practice. I also work with people who are familiar with focusing and who want to maintain their practice, or work on something specific. As well as being...

  • Stroud

    Peter Gill 

    I came across Focusing on a retreat in 2003, and since then I have not looked back. It has made a huge difference to my life. For me it is much more than a therapeutic tool: it connects to a whole approach to living. Focusing has helped me to live more deeply from my values.

  • Torridge

    Sarah Hadfield 

    I qualified as a medical doctor in 2001 and specialised in General Practice in 2006. I am passionate about working with physical, emotional and mental health together, as a whole person approach. I discovered Focusing as I explored various psychotherapeutic techniques that could be used in the GP consultation. I...

  • London

    Luka Hadrych 

    I am a BACP-registered counsellor and psychotherapist, dialectical behaviour therapist and mindfulness teacher. I trained in a number of therapeutic models, including relational, experiential/focusing-oriented and behavioural therapies. This allows me to tailor your therapy experience to your emotional needs and concerns rather than trying to fit you into a particular...

  • Bedfordshire, UK

    Kay Hoffmann 

    I love sharing focusing and find it hugely enriching to do so. What a privilege it is to meet people on such an authentic level and to introduce them to this soothing, enlivening, moving, creative way of being with their own inner world!

  • Ashburton

    Susan Jordan 

    I first came across Focusing during my psychotherapy training in the early 1990s and found it took me a while to get my head-and-body around it. Despite a background in psychotherapy and Buddhist meditation, it wasn’t until I met Focusing that I really discovered what it meant to make a...

  • Swaffham Prior

    Simon 

    I met Gene Gendlin, the founder of Focusing in 2008 when I visited the Garrison Institute in Garrison, New York. I was moved by his quality of utter humility and ordinariness, endearing me to want to embrace this precious approach. Through it I have come to appreciate the extraordinary depth of visi

  • South East

    Russ Kendall 

    I have a background in Psychology, which I remain passionate about, and I worked as a Psychology lecturer for many years. My particular interest in Humanistic Psychology led me to train as a Counsellor 10 years ago and I have been running a private practice for the past 6 years....

  • London

    Karen Liebenguth 

    I came to Focusing through a friend. We were on a walk in the countryside. He had mentioned Focusing many times before. On that day I finally wanted to know more. So we stopped and instead of explaining what it was, he took me into a little Focusing moment. I...

  • West Midlands, UK

    Katherine Long 

    I love introducing people to Focusing practice, and am constantly in awe of the many ways it can enrich our lives, as well as to heal past trauma, or stuckness. As well as 121 and group programmes, I combine Focusing with coaching and organisation development.

  • Worthing

    Suzi Mackenzie 

    I rediscovered Focusing in 2008 when I was training as a counsellor: Something in me knew that I needed it! I found that while I knew I needed to empathise with and accept myself, I didn’t always manage it and Focusing showed me how to do this. Focusing has been...

  • Brighton BN1, UK

    Greg Madison 

    I am an existential and focusing-oriented chartered psychologist and registered psychotherapist, practicing and supervising in the UK and lecturing worldwide on therapy, focusing, and related topics.

  • London

    Abdul Mateen Omary 

    I have got BA in Psychology, Certifying Focusing professional coordinator and TOT in Psychosocial and peace building. Focusing has changed my life, it taught me how to build effective relationships, it gradually changed my behaviour. Focusing helped me develop my listening skills and I learnt to put myself in a...

  • Yorkshire, UK

    Saskia McCafferty 

  • South West

    Barbara McGavin 

    My greatest joy is exploring the frontiers of the Focusing process – what it is and how it can be applied in daily life. Since 1991, Ann Weiser Cornell and I have been developing Inner Relationship Focusing to help people learn Focusing more easily. Since 1994, we have been exploring...

  • Shrewsbury

    Vajrapriya Moss 

    I practice from Shrewsbury UK, having first encountered focusing in 2011. I find the practice of great benefit alongside my spiritual practice (of Buddhism), as well as in digesting the everyday rough-and-tumble of life to see what I feel.

  • City of London

    Clare_Myatt 

    Trained as a psychotherapist and somatic coach, I weave focusing in to my integrated therapeutic-coaching practice.

  • Glasgow

    Srik Narayanan 

    When I discovered Focusing it felt like coming home. I recognized it as something I had already been doing but my Focusing training gave me a way to know better what this was, to develop my skills in listening in this way to myself and others, and to make Focusing...