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FOCUSING: Selected Essays 1974-1999
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Publisher:  Xlibris Publishing Corp. ISBN-10:  0738812331 Type: 


Copyright:  Jan 1 2000

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Dr. Friedman brings twenty-five years of practical experience teaching and doing therapy to invite you to the wisdom of focusing.

These are Neil Friedman's twenty-six best essays thus far about focusing, a method of psychological self-help and therapy developed by Dr. Eugene Gendlin of the University of Chicago. Updated and revised, the essays teach you how to focus, how to use focusing in psychotherapy, and how to combine focusing with meditation.

Written in crisp, pictorial and non-jargonish English, the essays acquaint you with the many uses of focusing. They are particularly useful for anyone wanting to be in better touch with his/her affective life.

Focusing is the method which allows you to answer the question, "How are you right now?" It is also the method which helps you teach clients how to answer that question.

Dr. Friedman brings twenty-five years of practical experience teaching and doing therapy to invite you to the wisdom of focusing.
"How often do we find that somebody has devoted a large part of their life to evaluating and developing a particularly effective branch of the healing arts? And furthermore, that they have summarised that experience in a clear and understandable way? For anybody interested in healing mental wounds, whether in themselves or in others, this book is a must. Neil Friedman gives an overview of Gene Gendlin's 'Focusing', and then compares this with his own developments of focusing techniques, all discussed in down-to-earth language and with illustrative examples. Have you ever suspected that it's perfectly possible to work effectively on your own 'hang-ups' without needing a Ph.D. in psychobabble? You can, and here's how!"

-- R.T. from England

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