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Doralee Grindler Katonah

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Chapter 4: The Felt Sense as Avenue of Human Experiencing for Integrative Growth

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The Felt Sense as Avenue of Human Experiencing for Integrative Growth
The felt sense as avenue of human experiencing for integrative growth
Doralee GrindlerKatonah

I have been living as a Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapist for 25 years. I have been fortunate to work at a center for complementary medicine located on a hospital campus. We are one of the few centers that offers an integrated approach in which each patient is staffed by the whole team, which includes professionals practicing Western medicine, acupuncture, homeopathic medicine, chiropractic treatment, massage therapies, and clinical psychology. I am a health psychologist and a transpersonal psychologist who has found the focusing-oriented experiential theory (Gendlin, 1962, 1981, 1996) the most conceptually clear and experientially powerful way to integrate mind, body, and spirit in my work.

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