Wendy Werstlein, Studio Potter, Wrenn Pottery

Turning inward opens lines of creative flow...

Wendy Werstlein, StudioPotter, Wrenn Pottery

“I have always considered myself a very emotionally distant person, even from myself. Focusing has offered me a practice and method of turning inward and learning about parts of myself that have been silent or “acting out” in my real life all the time.  I appreciate and benefit, with each focusing session, the gentle compassionate curiosity this method encourages when we look inward.  I feel a deeper
sense of self-nurturing to all those voices and images inside that would like a little attention. As I learn more about my full self this in turn opens lines of creative flow in my work as a potter and my life as a friend, lover, sister, and daughter.”

Support for safety and life forward flow

Becky Schaller

"I was focusing regularly before I started doing so with Sandy.  It was good, but slow. I was thankful for incremental progress.

It was when I started with Sandy that things really started taking off.  She has a way of helping me create a space for my parts that enable them to feel safe.  Then she knows what to say to me to help them continue to feel safe and to move ahead.  I have chosen to work on issues with her that I don’t  work on with other people because she creates that kind of safety for me."