Peter Afford: A neuroscience perspective on the felt sense Relational Implicit

    • Mental Health

In this conversation, we discuss the felt sense as the experience of living (i.e., interacting) from a neuroscience perspective.





Peter Afford has been practicing and teaching Focusing for years. Based in London, he is a Coordinator for TIFI and a founder member of the British Focusing Association. He also works as a counsellor and therapist in private practice and has been studying neuroscience for over 20 years. He is the author of Therapy in the Age of Neuroscience, and has written articles on Focusing and neuroscience which can be found at focusing.co.uk/neuroscience.



Published September 2021

In this conversation, we discuss the felt sense as the experience of living (i.e., interacting) from a neuroscience perspective.





Peter Afford has been practicing and teaching Focusing for years. Based in London, he is a Coordinator for TIFI and a founder member of the British Focusing Association. He also works as a counsellor and therapist in private practice and has been studying neuroscience for over 20 years. He is the author of Therapy in the Age of Neuroscience, and has written articles on Focusing and neuroscience which can be found at focusing.co.uk/neuroscience.



Published September 2021