Focusing has many practical applications and one of the best of these is decision making. The aim is to listen inside to the bodily felt sense of 'right' or 'not right', and to learn to recognise the difference between this and an emotional attachment to a particular outcome. You may do this naturally with decisions that you find easy to make - it is the ones where it is not clear what option feels 'right' that cause trouble and where Focusing can be helpful in unravelling what is in the way.
I run a workshop entitled Let Your Body Make Your Mind Up on using Focusing in this way, which you can find out more about on the Workshops page.
And I see people for individual sessions to work with a particular decision that is causing difficulty and to convey some of the skills of making decisions by listening to the bodily felt sense.
If you would like to discuss this, please contact me.