Looking for a presenter on the topic of Focusing-Oriented Therapy or how Focusing promotes healing and reduces stress?
I’d love to be of service. Contact me to discuss booking. Sample presentations from the past are included below for reference.
Shepherds Counseling Services: Oct 28, 2014
2014 Fall Professional Event
Unwinding Trauma: A Focusing-Oriented Therapy Approach
Jeffrey Morrison, MA, LMHC
Please join us for an evening of refreshment, networking and professional enrichment!
Focusing, based on the pioneering work of Eugene Gendlin, evolved from research that has influenced much of the somatically-oriented, mindfulness-based work being done today. It has its roots in existential and phenomenological philosophy as well as client-centered and relational therapies. It is an experiential body-centered process that restores emotional regulation, promotes present awareness and fosters empathetic relatedness. Focusing is easily combinable with other clinical orientations and healing modalities and is itself a doorway into a grounded sense of spirituality and wellness.
Come to hear local therapist and trainer, Jeffrey Morrison, MA, LMHC discuss the implications for using a Focusing-Oriented approach to therapy move from PTSD to post-traumatic growth.
Seattle Counselors Association: Jan 17, 2014
I will be the featured guest speaker at the upcoming Seattle Counselors Association meeting on Friday, January 17, 2014.
Click here for a preview of my presentation, Facilitating Presence – Unwinding Trauma. A Focusing-Oriented Approach to Therapy.