Conversations: December 2010: Ruth Rosenblum

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Ruth Rosenblum Bio:

Ruth Rosenblum, LCSW, practices Focusing Oriented Relational Psychotherapy in Westchester County, NY and is co-founder of the Westchester Changes group. She is a faculty member of FORP and a certified teacher of Jewish Mindfulness Meditation. Ruth consults to Westchester Jewish Community Services, developing and facilitating mental health and wellness programs for synagogue communities and Jewish communal organizations. "Focusing has been a life altering and enhancing process for me. For some years, I've been exploring the intersections of Focusing, spiritual teachings (particularly from the Buddhist and Jewish traditions) and Intersubjectivity theory, and have been sharing these explorations in my classes and workshops as well as Focusing conferences. Focusing has been one of the great gifts in my life and I feel both responsible and privileged to share it with as many people as possible."

This is a different format from earlier conversations. We are collaboratively exploring what happens while experiencing a felt sense.

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