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Conversations: September 2010: Greg Madison

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Greg Madison Bio:
I learned Focusing in 1981 while a young undergraduate psychology student in Canada. Since then it has provided a ground into which everything else I've learned has been integrated. I have lived and worked in Norway, Ireland, and the United Kingdom and have taught workshops and university courses across Europe and North America. I currently offer Focusing and an Experiential-Existential form of Focusing Oriented Therapy to graduate students on Doctoral Courses in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy and to experienced therapists and other professionals. I have written about Focusing, Therapy, and Supervision from an existential perspective and most recently have published a book called The End of Belonging. This is a book about the experience of cross-cultural travel and the human experience of home and belonging, and homelessness.

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