Monthly Archives: April 2015

A White Teddy Bear


An example of how Focusing can support and enhance our Program of Recovery by allowing us to symbolize difficult feelings — in this case, anger. Continue reading

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Relating to Difficult Feelings


Symbolizing our inner experience helps us relate to difficult feelings. Continue reading

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