For more information about Focusing, please visit my Focusing Page.
Learn what our students have experienced: read here (on the bottom of page)
My Workshops will provide you with the basic information, and will give you the basic experience of how to receive and give Focusing. There is much more to explore and learn if you want to utilise this method, for it to significantly enrich your life-quality. I would therefore recommend to exchange with other Focusers at the IMU, to join a local Focusing group (Changes Groups) click here, or find a Focusing partner via phone click here. I will offer Focusing sessions and workshops whenever I visit Chicago.
Saturday, November 4 2017 – 10:00am to 5:00pm
Focusing for Beginners
Sunday, November 5 2017 – noon to 6:00pm
Beginner’s Workshop: Regular $105, bring a friend, each $90
Advanced Workshop: Regular $80, bring a friend, each $65
Held at Inner Metamorphosis University in East Rogers Park, click here
Registration required. Please make the full payment to register.
Credit Card or PayPal:
Paper-check mailed, or use your online bill pay:
1420 W Howard St.
Chicago, IL 60626
Amona Buechler: click here
What do I bring?
Please bring a comfortable long sleeved shirt, long pants, and a light lunch, or join those who go out for lunch down the street. Mats and blankets, water and tea are provided.
Do I have to have experience?
Everybody is invited to attend the beginners workshop regardless of past experience. For the advanced workshop, please contact me before you register if you have not Focused with me before.
Do you have parking?
Metered parking as well as free street parking available in the entire surrounding area – find the map
How do I get to the IMU?
You may use convenient public transportation, see details & plan your trip here
Who benefits from Focusing?
All those who want to live a life rich in present moment awareness. Anyone who wishes to become emotionally mature, mentally clear, honest with oneself and others, and increasingly unburdened and joyful. Focusing can be used to become clear on what one feels or wants, to obtain new insights about one’s situation, and to stimulate change or healing. read more
Who was the founder of Focusing?
At the University of Chicago, beginning in 1953, Eugene Gendlin did 15 years of research analysing what made psychotherapy either successful or unsuccessful. Gendlin found that, without exception, the successful patient intuitively focuses inside on a very subtle and vague internal bodily awareness—or “felt sense”—which contains information that, if attended to, holds the key to the resolution of the problems the patient is experiencing. read more