Felt Sense Experience Model of Emotional Regulation (Webinar)
by Jan Winhall
In a series presented by The International Focusing Institute, this two-hour workshop (presented by Jan Winhall), explores how stress and traumatic experience prevents and/ or disrupts our capacity to be grounded. Jan presents material from her chapter in Emerging Practice In Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy and guides viewers through various experiential exercises.
If you would like access to this webinar, we ask you make a small donation to The International Focusing Institute here. Please specify this donation for "Jan Winhalls Webinar," and a password will be sent to you by email.
Blogs & Podcasts
Active Pause: Blog & Podcast: Jan Winhall
The ‘Active Pause’ blog/podcast explores creative approaches to being thoughtful, mindful and emotionally attuned. In this episode, Jan Winhall discusses "creating intentional communities." In this conversation they explore both the underlying reasons for needing to gather in community; and how that harkens back to our family of origin and the many issues that challenge our capacity to sustain connection. There is a specific focus on Focusing-Oriented communities.
The Trauma Therapist Project Podcast: Jan Winhall
We are happy to announce that Jan's podcast for The Trauma Therapist Project has been released. To learn more about The Trauma Therapist Project and listen to Jan's episode, click the button below.
Treating Trauma Without Drama: featuring Jan Winhall
We are excited to announce that Jan Winhall will be featured in the event "Treating Trauma Without Drama," an online speaker series where several professionals have come together and to share their tips and experience working with trauma.
The event begins June 11th, you can watch the promo video and sign up by click here.
The Wisdom Tree Project, founded by one of our Focusing Trainers Jeffrey Halliday is a social enterprise that serves people and their communities who are motivated to improve their well-being. Learn more about this project by clicking here.
The Changes Book: Free Download
Here is a free download of The Changes Book: A Handbook for Empathic Listening, Experiential Focusing, and Therapeutic Community, 1978, over 300 manually typewritten pages of the first attempt by Gene Gendlin and Mary Hendricks, Jim Iberg, Kristin Glaser, Ann Weiser Cornell, myself, and many others to capture and define and explain how to do these wonderful new things, Listening and Focusing and being relational beings, in community. Access this book by clicking here.
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