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Conversations: April 2013: William Hernandez

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William Hernandez Bio:
William Hernández is the Focusing Coordinator for Ecuador. He has been the Executive Director of FECD, a development organization whose mission is to improve in a sustainable manner, the living conditions of the most vulnerable groups in Ecuador. For the last three years William has worked in the development of the FSL (Felt sense Literacy) project with Gene Gendlin and Mary Hendricks. He has developed the Human Social development model with “Focusing through the Pause”. The implementation of the PAUSE workshops in various vulnerable communities in Ecuador have significantly contributed in reducing community tensions, family violence and have empowered people to find their own voice. The introduction of ‘Focusing through the Pause’ into the Development process has provided a more humanized model for building economic prosperity and wellness by attending to internal and external change.

William talks about the transformational power the "Pause" in this conversation.

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