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  • Stanmore HA7, UK

    Paula Newman 

    For many years I explored my thoughts and emotions, I reflected deeply upon spirituality and what that meant to me. I was keen on self-development yet so out of touch with my body that I did not even realise I was ignoring it. With Focusing I discovered my body's wisdom, and that changed everything.

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • 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

    Karen Liebenguth 

    I have been a Focusing practitioner since 2011. Focusing has greatly enhanced and enriched my own experience of life as well as my coaching and mindfulness work with clients.

  • 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...

  • 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!

  • 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...

  • Scotland

    Rob Foxcroft 

    Focusing is a safe, gentle process, which often leads to valuable changes in the way we live our lives, and in our feelings about life. The forward steps which come when we are Focusing are beautiful, clear and poignant. I divide my time between teaching piano-playing, teaching Focusing, offering Focusing...

  • North West

    Patricia Foster 

    I have been living and working (Financial – Shipping Sector) in Greece since 1981 and came across Focusing in 2002. From the out-start I was captivated (and I mean out-start!). I then trained and qualified as a Focuser and Focusing Oriented Therapist with the Focusing institute, HFC and UEA. During...

  • Scotland

    Carol Ervine 

    Individual focusing sessions

  • Uttlesford

    Elizabeth English 

    Hello, I'm delighted to offer Focusing sessions, and combine it with my work as a Mindfulness Teacher and Trainer in Nonviolent Communication.

  • Jászberény

    Ildiko Davis 

    As an online Counsellor and Focusing Practitioner, I have retained strong personal and professional connections in the UK even after I have moved back to Hungary. Focusing allowed me to create a life that suits me well and I like to support others in finding their uniquely fitting path in life too.

  • London

    Alex Brew 

    I am a BFA-recognised Focusing Practitioner. In Focusing sessions you can expect to develop trust in yourself and your body and its sense of situations. Uncovering layers of yourself will feel like a relief. You’ll learn to listen kindly while parts of yourself claim your attention and want a fair...

  • West Midlands

    Jerry Conway 

  • Peebles

    Cecelia Clegg 

    For me, Wholebody focusing is a very gentle and powerful way of living into deeper awareness of ourselves in the present moment. Learning to allow our bodies to lead us opens pathways to inner healing, is transformative and life-giving in daily living.

  • West Midlands

    Jenny Brickett 

    After more than a decade of hosting and attending courses and workshops on a wide number of therapies, healing and meditation techniques, I have found in Focusing the shared factor within those to which I felt most drawn. I have found in Focusing a process of change that brings me...

  • London

    Frank Bock 

    My background is in the arts, retraining in Existential Psychotherapy in 2001. I work now as an Existential Focusing Oriented Psychotherapist, with individuals and groups, as well as in therapy supervision and training. I became interested in focusing 14 years ago and became excited by the combination of philospohy and...

  • London

    Peter Afford 

    Focusing changed my life! After years of meditation and personal growth workshops, Focusing showed me how to have a fruitful relationship with my feelings and bodily intuition. I discovered that I too had feelings, that the unwanted ones shifted when I paid attention to them, and that all my feelings...

  • South West

    Gordon Adam 

    I discovered Focusing in 2007 at an introductory workshop run by Chris Wilson in Bristol. I had already done quite a lot of meditation and 1-1 reflective practice (e.g. Interactive Inquiry) and took to Focusing immediately. Since then I have Focused regularly and frequently and have derived huge benefit from...