We have collected many models of training (MOT) and are making them available on this website. Certifying Coordinators and Trainers each have a somewhat different program for teaching and training their students as Focusing Professionals, and we value this diversity.1 We are pleased to present some of these models on these pages.
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- Alexis/Shaun Phillips and Shirley Turcotte
- Ann Weiser Cornell and Focusing Resources
- Barbro Holmström
- Bev Shoenberger
- Christel Craft
- Edgardo Riveros
- Elena M. Frezza and Mónica Perez Iturraspe
- Eveline Moor Züllig
- FocusCentrum DenHaag and Focuspraktijk Oog van Ra
- The German Focusing Network FN
- Heidi Essler
- Hellenic Focusing Centre Athens
- Kevin Krycka
- Laury Rappaport
- Marta Stapert and Madeleine Walder-Binder for Children Focusing Corner
- Nada Lou
- Nicoletta Corsetti
- Robert Lee
- Ruth Hirsch
- Sergio Lara
- Suzanne Noel
1 Focusing is a practice that honors what arises freshly in the moment. Frozen structures of any kind are antithetical to the ethic of Focusing. Therefore, the International Focusing Institute takes as a core value the principle that the practice of Focusing, how it is taught by certified Focusing teachers, and its application in different fields will not be standardized. Diversity of approaches will be protected. Constructive critiques among Focusing Trainers or between The Institute and individuals presenting or applying Focusing are welcome and should be offered by means of open, respectful communication. The Institute itself will seek to honor the values of non-standardization in its operations while recognizing that tension can arise between maximum diversity and the need for effectiveness and efficiency in meeting its goals.