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Eugene Gendlin was a School of Chicago therapist and colleague of Carl Rogers (known as a proponent of patient-centred therapy). Gendlin was disappointed by the lack of successful client outcomes - in his own and his colleagues' practices. He studied the profile of the people able to have useful therapeutic conversations and discovered a common denominator - what he came to call the “felt sense”. We will cultivate your own felt sense.
Offered to advanced clients
This is a mind/body experience you can use to cultivate deep relaxation or re-energization. You will be guided to through body feelings of heaviness/warmth/coolness in sequence.
Autogenic exercises feel like meditation to practise, they follow an easy structure. There is no right or wrong way to do to an exercise: simply your response.
Offered to advanced clients.
Available on request
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