Anna Willman has been a certified Focusing Trainer since 1982. She has a Master’s degree in International Studies from Claremont Graduate School and a Master’s in Comparative Politics from Columbia University. She was a Fulbright Scholar in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, in 1971 and 1972. She retired in 2008 after fourteen years as director of the Confidence Clinic, a Focusing-oriented community wellness program for women. Since retirement she has written extensively about the program’s history, its philosophy and practice, and its outcomes. She has also written and published six novels and a humorous short story about disappointed expectations.
What Might We Learn From a Teacher in Pakistan?
What do a landfill in Pakistan and a potato packing plant in Idaho have in common?
How to deal with COVID-19 stress
The day the music died
Lockdown through 3 year old eyes….
How are you?
How to cultivate safeness in uncertain times: a postscript…
Masks and Mass Graves
BUILDING TOWARD A BETTER WORLD