Focusing Links

 

Information about Focusing:

  • The British Focusing Association (Promotes the development and teaching of Focusing, and offers recognition to teachers and practitioners. You can find a lot of useful information on their website about focusing, plus focusing contacts and resources available in the UK.)
  • The Focusing Institute (The world HQ of Focusing, based in the US. It supplies books and tapes, organises annual conferences and courses, and puts lots of interesting information about Focusing and Gendlin’s work on their website.)
  • Focusing Resources (Ann Weiser Cornell’s website in Berkeley CA, who is the world’s most prolific Focusing teacher. She publishes regular focusing tips via e-mail and lots of free on-line resources (articles, recordings, on-line course.)
  • Focusing DVDs (Nada Lou’s website in Canada, with some excellent DVDs available to buy on many aspects of Focusing.)

Finding a Focusing Partner:

Generally, it is easier to find a focusing partner, if you find ways to meet first other focusing people. Joining local focusing groups or attending focusing workshops can be a good start. If you can’t find focusing partners locally, focusing via Skype or Zoom can also work well.

  • Brighton Focusing Circle (A Facebook page of a currently forming local focusing network for people who have learnt the basics of Focusing and being the listener and who wish to find other focusers to practice with. Currently collecting people interested in being part of this.)