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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 1, 2015
POTPOURRI (Part 1) (Buy from store)
1 GEMS GLEANED FROM A FOCUSING BODYWORKER
Anastasia Brencick, MA, LMP
7 CREATING A PAUSE IN THE SOCIAL FABRIC: The Restorative Process
Diane Couture and Solange St-Pierre
15 THE BODY'S RECOVERY OF SPIRIT: Transforming Life-Stances and Releasing Bound Energy-Threshold Events in Wholebody Focusing Oriented Therapy
Glenn Fleisch, Ph.D., LMFT
24 CARRYING FOCUSING FORWARD AND BOTTOM UP
Maria Emanuela Galanti
34 LESSONS FROM A FAMILY FOCUSING CIRCLE: Reflections from The Young and The Young At Heart
Soti Grafanaki (with the contributions of Raina Barara and Angela Davis)
39 MAKING FOCUSING MORE POWERFUL: How Focusing-Oriented
Realities Help Us Experience the Larger System
Elfie Hinterkopf, Ph.D. and David C. Young, LCSW
48 PERSON-CENTERED APPROACH GROUP INCIDENT PROCESS (PCAGIP): A New Presenter-Friendly Approach to Case Conference
Mako Hikasa, Yoshiko Kosaka, and Shoji Murayama
58 FOCUSING, JEWISH SPIRITUALITY AND MY SEARCH FOR MEANING
66 SPACE PRESENCING: A Potpourri of Focusing, Clearing A Space,
Mindfulness and Spirituality
Akira Ikemi, Ph.D.
74 MAKING PEACE WITH OUR BODIES: A Paradigm Shift
Katherine M. Kehoe
83 OPENING DOORWAYS TO THE SPIRITUAL IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
Joan Klagsbrun, Ph.D.
91 HEARTFELT CONNECTIONS NATURALLY CREATE HEARTFELT CONVERSATIONS
97 HIDDEN TRAUMA: A Personal Story of Living with Dyslexia
Jeffrey Morrison, MA, LMHC
106 THE EDGE
Suzanne L. Noel
Suzanne L. Noel
108 CO-CREATING A NEW RESPONSIVENESS: Healing Trauma Through Focusing Partnership
116 LIVING COMMUNITY WELLNESS FOCUSING: How It Can Become Part of Any Program
Patricia Omidian, Ph.D., Nina Joy Lawrence and Melinda Darer, with Patti Panzarino and Nasser ben Hassen
125 AN ODE TO FOCUSING, PEACE, LOVE AND ALL THAT JAZZ
Lyly Rojas, Ph.D.
127 KEEPER OF THE FLAME: Healing Inter-Generational Trauma Using Focusing-Oriented Therapy
Beilah Ross, LICSW
137 HELPING CHILDREN (AND ADULTS) TO FIND THEIR INNER HOME
145 WHERE IS FOCUSING IN TODAY'S MIND/BODY EXPLORATIONS?
Mary Jane Wilkie
150 WAYS OF GROUPING: Honoring Personal Intricacy in Group Formats