Changes Groups draw on Focusing and empathic Listening. They emerged in the 1970s through the work of philosopher and psychotherapist Gene Gendlin, as a response to the Vietnam War protests.
Sunday afternoon, December 6th 2015, from 3:30-5:30pm
Quaker Meeting House, 10 Hampson St., Kelvin Grove.
Sliding scale donation requested: $10-$20. Please book here to reserve a spot and pay $10.00, or if you’d prefer to donate cash on the day just use the coupon “cash” at checkout, then proceed to order. Thank you!
View PDF: Changes Group printable flyer
- Elemental Focusing Wheel Fridays in Bardon (27 Nov & 11 Dec) + The Gap (20 Nov & 4 Dec)
- Introduction to Wholebody Focusing 2.5hour workshop (10am-12:30pm Sun 22 Nov)
About the facilitator
Lynette Lancini is a Professional Wholebody Focusing Trainer (Focusing Institute, New York) and artist/practitioner at play across the fields of music, movement and wellbeing. Her music has been recorded by Serrated Records, broadcast nationally and internationally, and performed and toured by The Muses, Topology and The Queensland Orchestra. Lynette’s most recent movement ‘gig’ was as Mother Earth for Australia’s first Women’s Dream Quest with Judith Tripp in Melbourne.
A dedicated Focuser for over a decade with hundreds of hours of Focusing sessions with mentors, peers and now clients, Lynette is also a long-term student of Gene Gendlin’s Philosophy of the Implicit with ‘sherpa’ Rob Parker, Ph.D. Lynette’s passion is in designing and facilitating experiences that support creative co-emergence. She will attend the Advanced and Certification Focusing Weeklong in New York this November on a Focusing Institute Janet Klein scholarship. In a soundscape redolent with birdsong punctuated by felt hammers, plectrums and bows on strings, Lynette and her husband Ben raise their four school-aged sons in The Gap, Brisbane.
To learn more about Focusing and Wholebody Focusing, visit focusing.org and wholebodyfocusing.com