Category: Focusing-Oriented Therapy

Focusing and the Therapist’s Use of Self: Presence and Embodiment in Client Sessions – Ann Weiser Cornell

Ann Weiser Cornell

We know how important it is to be present for our clients. But so much can get in the way – our feelings about how our clients are doing, our worries about how we are doing, our stress from trying to be helpful. Wouldn’t it be great if there were a way to be more present with your clients that would also let you be more relaxed as a therapist?

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