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Individual Facilitation & Personal Growth Courses
A lot of people have experienced significant trauma of one kind or another in their lives, often more than once. As a facilitator or presenter working with groups, you can assume there WILL people in your groups who has experienced trauma: someone being “triggered” in your group is more a matter of WHEN, not IF. This course is essential for leaders, teachers, facilitators and organizers.
Process work, Altered states & Addictive Tendencies
Addictions are a core problem in our world and are rarely discussed. They bring much pain, suffering and tragedy to individuals, families and friends. Addictions tend to be shrouded in societal moral judgements, shame and secrecy which makes it challenging to discuss, address, process the trauma background and unfold marginalized energies. This presentation, will present process work methods for working with addictive tendencies and we will do an inner work exercise to explore an altered state behind a yearning.
Processwork & Astrology:
A Quantum Inter-Relationship
As we delve into the realm of astrology and processwork, we journey through the depths of the collective unconscious, uncovering the archetypes and patterns that shape our lives. In the fusion of these two fields, we find the courage to embrace our shadows and awaken to our true potential, charting a path towards self-discovery and authenticity.
How can Processwork Integrate Current Understandings of Trauma?
What is the contribution that all of these developments can (and should) have in Processwork? How can current understanding of trauma help us as processworkers to be more effective therapists? In this class we are going to have a general but comprehensive introduction to the current understanding of trauma and some of the newest interventions to work with it. We will revise on some of the fundamental assumptions of Process Work and how newest understanding might add important layers to them when we are working with trauma.
Exploring Life Myth: Are You Where You Want To Be?
In the Family System
A process-oriented look at family work to understand the simultaneous levels, how to work with edges and what to focus on as a facilitator. In this course, we will look closely at common issues that arise when working with families. Some learning areas we will address include:
Interacting with young children
Interacting with teens
When relationship problems are family issues
Couple issues and modelling conflict work in the family
Engaging the facilitator role in the family
Interacting with young children
Encountering Life Purpose through decolonial and indigenous ways of being and knowing
LIVING IN UNCERTAIN TIMES: Tools for Navigating the Unknown
Covid-19; climate crisis; disenfranchisement; marginalization, racism; inequality and the divide between rural and urban dwellers/rich and poor, are just some of the issues we face in our world today. We generally perceive experience on the level of an everyday understanding that goes along with our primary identities. However, there are parallel experiences that co-exist with the consensus reality level that hold information for us with which we are not usually so familiar.
Sex, Drugs and Safety: Creating Good Relationships with Teenagers
In my work with families I hear a lot about the challenges that parents have with their teenagers. Many parents struggle, have different parenting philosophies and life experiences that impact the way they parent. This course will help to support parents to have better relationships with the growing children in their lives, and how to address difficult topics like sexuality, drugs, alcohol, contraception, gender identity, abortion, suicide, and activism.
Asking for What You Want In Sex & Relationships
Sometimes even getting down to an idea of what you want in sex and relationships is the hardest part. At the same time, taking time to get in touch with what you want can be one of the places of rich and rewarding self-understanding. This course offers you detailed process-oriented exercises to get down to the truth of what you want and offers structured communication models for how to ask for it.
Me, You & Everyone else: Tools for better Relationships
Relationships require inner and outer skills, and lots of practice. As good friends and colleagues, we want to share what we love to do - learn to be better at relationships!
In this workshop, you'll learn:
1. What am I feeling? Inner work to identify emotions, experience them and go deeper.
2. How to tell someone they did something upsetting, and what you'd like instead. (This is a great skill for beginners and advanced practitioners. Easy to learn, and lots of room to get better).
The Mystery of Passion In Long-Term Relationships
In this course, we will take on both the challenge and opportunity in long-term relationships . They invite us towards a journey of ever-expanding growth, both as individuals and in the relationship. To keep the spark and magic of sexuality alive in the long-term, we have to engage in a process of ongoing discovery and re-discovery, of both self-confrontation and self-disclosure.
The Alchemy of Sex & Intimacy in Long-Term Relationships
In this course we focus on getting to know your erotic landscape and developing a more conscious relationship with your sexuality. The more grounded we are in our self-awareness around our own sexuality, the more we can shape our erotic experiences. Part 1 also looks at some of the typical challenges and dynamics that come up around sexuality in long-term relationships and how to develop intimacy by connecting in an authentic way.
Living and Loving
with Death as our Ally
Wherever we turn these days, there is some form of profound heartbreak and loss. Death is happening on multiple levels, and in multiple ways – it is the river we swim in. Since death is all around us; how can we engage with that process of ‘death and dying’ in a way that deepens our lives and our relationships and our sense of meaning? There’s something about being closer to death that can awaken us, break us open. Death can be our ally in that it has the potential to connect us with the essence of things, with what’s most important and most meaningful.
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Strategic Topics &
Course content curated for personal growth, individual facilitation, organizational facilitation & social change.
Ongoing Learning &
Each seminar recording comes with unlimited access to the seminar content. Watch as many times as you want, whenever you want!
Global Community Network
Learn from presenters and participants all over the world, sharing experience and expertise drawn from their unique contexts.
Experiential Exercises &
Be guided through experiential exercises via the video clips and follow along with written handouts.
Organizational Facilitation & Social Change Courses
Sitting in the Fire:
Facilitating Race in Relationship
Join Diane Wong for an interactive deep dive into the anti-racism journey and how Process Work/Deep Democracy can propel anti-racism work in the U.S. and internationally. In this course, we look closely at the legacy of racism and how to use the dreaming level to burn our wood and become better equipt to navigate and facilitate the field around this highly charged topic. Now is the time for change. Let's talk about race.
The 2 Faces of Rank:
As State & Process
Leading the Emergent Future:
From Presence, Style and an Awareness of Systemic Positions
What Leads us is THE WHOLE SOUP: The Dreaming field, the interplay of roles and ghost roles, history and the future, the tensions of polarisations, the instability of hotspots, the diversity of needs and experiences. These are the points that mobilize us in conflict to discover creative pathways towards love.
for Effective Leadership
This course introduces Process Work theory that concerns human diversity. We’ll learn and practice Process Work tools especially suited to work with differences and conflicts. We’ll take time to explore our own contexts: relationship, family, clinical setting, team, organization, community or social movement in order to apply Process Work concepts and practices and our growing awareness to these specific areas. This online class includes lecture, discussion, assigned reading and homework, and experiential exercises.
The Vector of Violence:
Freeing the Victim and the Aggressor
Breaking free from inner and outer oppression is a political, social and community task. It is also a deeply psychological and spiritual one. It takes courage and compassion to break the cycle of violence. We need to recover a meta position that has the ability to notice, reflect on and communicate impact. Recovering our sensitivity is a radical act of freedom that supports us to stay connected to the Spirit that Survives.
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