Articles and Materials by Emily
About Focusing: As a highly sensitive introvert myself, I make daily use of Focusing skills and partnership for anxiety relief, decision making, creative clarity, relationship issues, and more. In this article you’ll learn more about this rich resource, including the key role it plays in making therapy effective.
About Focusing Partnership: In Focusing partnership, two trained Focusers support each other in the Focusing process. This is particularly effective for highly sensitive people, as we feel and process things deeply. In this article I describe focusing partnership in more detail and explain why I value it so much.
Focusing with Trauma: In this article, originally published in Focusing Connections, I describe in detail how I used Focusing to overcome a trauma reaction which arose during an MRI procedure.
Focusing Lead-in: In Focusing, it helps to deepen your Presence in yourself before starting. Here’s the text for a two-minute lead-in you can use to ground yourself before sensing what needs your awareness.
About Inner Bonding: Learn more about this powerful six-step healing process which stresses the importance of your intent. Inner Bonding© empowers you by revealing the patterns of thought, belief, and action that cause your anxiety, depression, and aloneness.
About High Sensitivity: About 20% of the people are born with the trait called high sensitivity, which means they take in more stimuli than the average person and process it more deeply. If you are highly sensitive, I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to understand this key aspect of yourself. This article is a good place to start.
Don’t Wait: My Zen training comes out in this article about being aware of the finite time we have here, and what that means about our choices.