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Conversations: November 2009: Jim Iberg

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Jim Iberg Bio:
In my doctoral studies, I came across Rogers and soon after Gendlin. Before long I was working with Gene on Focusing.

I completed my dissertation teaching MBA students Focusing prior to Job Interviews, and got licensed as a psychologist. After practicing as a therapist and teaching in the Client-centered Practicum at the Chicago Counseling Center, I went into full time private practice, and have been working as a Focusing-oriented psychotherapist with individuals and couples for over 30 years.

I am a coordinator for the Focusing Institute, training individuals toward certification. I have conducted Focusing workshops in several countries in Europe as well as in the US. Some of my written articles are available on the Institute website.

A current interest is using Focusing to enhance one’s musical expressiveness and creativity.

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