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Published on Jul 25, 2012
In this presentation given at the Second World Conference of Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy in November 2011, Ann Weiser Cornell shows how facilitating Self-in-Presence can be done with simple shifts in language that don't require explanation, integrating smoothly into any type of therapy.
Clients who are overwhelmed by emotions or merged with reactive states like anger and fear can't do Focusing from there; they need an inner spaciousness so a felt sense can form.