Process Work Facilitation & Leadership Training Monthly Group June 25, 2012Posted by ebmc in Classes, Community EVENTS.
Process Work Facilitation & Leadership Training Monthly Group
This July’s group will continue the theme of relationship work by focusing upon conflict. We’ll utilize the Process Work model of conflict to explore how we can utilize our tensions and differences to learn about ourselves, the other, and the systems within which we relate.
I hope to see you!
The Process Work Facilitation & Leadership Training is a monthly group that focuses on learning Process Work theory and tools for facilitation and leadership development.
* Learn and practice Process Work theory & tools
* Hone skills for individual, couples and group work (Worldwork)
* Develop relationship and community building capacities
* Cultivate diversity awareness and deep democracy
* Deepen eldership and nature-based spiritual connections
Process Work, developed by Arnold Mindell, is an approach to individual and collective change with roots in psychology, physics, spirituality, and systems theory. Process Work has been applied to the areas of: chronic physical symptoms, comatose states, addictions, relationship problems of all kinds, extreme states of mind, community conflict, and organizational development.
Begun as an approach in the late 1970’s, Process Work has institutes in Australia, Denmark, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland, and the US.
July 28, 10am-5:30pm
Spring Fall Studio, Berkeley
$130/$80 students and interns. Limited work scholarships
available. This monthly group meets for half or full day sessions; no minimum commitment.
Bill Say, M.A., directs the Deep Democracy Institute San Francisco, and consults on the issues of diversity awareness, conflict resolution, leadership, and community building. He is a former faculty member of JFK and Naropa universities, and teaches in the US and abroad. He is an affiliate organizational consultant of Olive Grove Consulting, and a faculty member of the Radical Aliveness/Core Energetic Institute in Los Angeles. Bill is a Process Work Diplomate.