Mary Jeanne Larrabee has taught full-time at DePaul University as a member of the Philosophy Department and faculty member for the Honors Program and the First Year Program; she has offered Dream Focusing in the latter programs many times. She holds a Master of Arts in Philosophy from Indiana University Bloomington, a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Toronto Canada, and an M.A. in Theology with a concentration in Spirituality from Chicago Theological Union Chicago (2021). She began attending workshops with Gene Gendlin in 1992, including two weekend workshops in TAE, was approved as Trainer in the late 1990s and as coordinator in 2015 in Focusing and Wholebody Focusing. She has presented many workshops at International Focusing Conferences in Germany, Switzerland, Mexico, California, New York. “Dualities Focusing” was debuted at the Montreal IFC.
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