This article provides the reader with information about a not-well-known yet transformative body-oriented practice called Focusing. The origins, benefits and key aspects of the practice are discussed in the reading. Focusing facilitates deep, lasting and healing changes in people. Attachment theory has informed us of the critical interactions between infant and caregivers which provides the foundation for our emotional, mental, physical regulation systems. Current neuroscience informs us that the brain is able to change over our lifetimes. We can develop new neural pathways. The practice of Focusing enables us to regulate these systems and change our brains.
1.Learner will be able to identify three skills used in Focusing.
2.Learners will be able to identify at least 2 aspects of the origins of Focusing.
3. Learners will be able to identify a minimum of three ways Focusing can enhance social work service delivery.