Process work was developed for working with the broad spectrum of human consciousness.
The expansion of its application has been witnessed, as it continues to intersect with different fields of life. Hence, the need of rigorous evidence-based research has become more essential, embodying the vast spectrum of process work applications.
As process workers, we have something in common; the joy of tasting the fruits of the work. It is rooted in our essence realizations of personal growth, and the work we do in the world. This facilitates excitement and curiosity to explore whether there are unexplored aspects of process work, and how interventions impact individuals and systems in different parts of the world. This requires crossing multiple edges and an open mind to explore it in new ways, and further questioning the mystery of how the magic of process work happens.
This training will address:
- Areas of current and past process work research
- Gaps in process work research
- The importance of investigating process work applications by evidence-based research tools
- The aftermath of Worldwork 2020 Conference: Where research is needed
With the use of empirical research, we could communicate our findings to the world effectively, and have substantial and useful impact. Ongoing research is important to study the efficacy behind process work, and build substantial credibility among other modalities.
About your Teacher
Ala’ is an expert in mind sciences, holistic health, and wellbeing, who specializes in contemplative practices and philosophies of the mind. Her expertise draws heavily on positive and somatic psychology, cognitive neuroscience, and ancient eastern shamanic healing traditions.
Coaching and Facilitation: Ala’s passion is to facilitate individuals and groups tapping into mind mastery by igniting personal and positional power, to access limitless potential and accelerate momentum. She believes strongly that an authentic inner work life is the ultimate way to connect with our life purpose and cultivate ongoing awareness of body-mind processes for self-work and collective healing.
Research: She is working to bridge cutting edge evidence-based research with process work, focusing on cross-cultural, psychosocial and organizational psychology, generational trauma, metaphysical health and consciousness research. She is currently studying futuristic global power shifts, the intersection of altruism and compassion research with process work facilitation tools, and how to measure the impact of second training experiences.
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