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Eugene T. Gendlin (1926–2017) was an Austro-American philosopher, psychotherapist, educator, and author who is best known for developing the therapeutic approach of focusing. Although Gendlin was a philosopher at heart, he devoted his life to working in the fields of philosophy, psychology, and psychotherapy.
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