Ann Weiser Cornell learned Focusing from Eugene Gendlin, who first discovered the technique. She has gone on to achieve an international reputation as one of the field’s leading innovator and theoreticians. She taught at Gendlin’s Focusing Institute in Chicago, developed the first workshops for Focusing guides, and now regularly teaches popular workshops throughout North America, Europe, and the Far East. Ann is editor and publisher of The Focusing Connection newsletter and has served as president of the Association of Humanistic Psychology. Ann currently makes her home in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she offers classes and workshops through her organization, Focusing Resources.
I read Gendlin's book two decades ago, and discovered this one a few years ago.
Such an incredibly valuable guide for me to explore my inner sense of being, this has helped me get in touch with and process whats happening for me inside my body.
The book is concise, crystal clear and includes practical examples, some chapters include useful tips and hints.
I appreciate Ms Cornell's contributions to the work Gendlin began. This book is excellent for those new to Focusing and useful to old hands, alike. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C C Johnson
Filled with Excellent information and extremely readable. Any of her works are excellent and are written for a professional or a person who wants to change and understand... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeni Martell
This book has much better formatting than the original work on Focusing. I bought them both. This one is user friendly and has good flow.Published 2 months ago by M. Ressler
Focusing helped me to transform my life. And this book is the best and most easily understandable guide to focusing that I have discovered. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. L. Threadgold
Such an incredibly valuable guide for me to explore my inner sense of being, this has helped me get in touch with and process whats happening for me inside my body.Published 7 months ago by Nicholas M
The book is concise, crystal clear and includes practical examples, some chapters include useful tips and hints. The eighth chapter Troubleshooting is great.Published 9 months ago by Elastr
I wasn't thrilled with this book. It's a bit too far-fetched for me, but if you are into psycobabble, you might like it.Published 10 months ago by azcorazon
For a beginning Focuser, this book is the clearest, most thoughtful and helpful book I've read. It answers the questions "what" "why" and "how" to the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by M. Sandmaier