Fun With A Pattern of Everything, with John Herold, MA. This pattern has direct applications to Process Work — providing a new framework for understanding signals, edges, states and relationships.
Race, Whiteness & Privilege, with Lane Arye, PhD.
From individuals to organizations, and everything in between.
The Quantum Physics of Dreaming, with Paul Levy
The revelations emerging from quantum physics are a doorway into the dreamlike nature of reality. The quantum gnosis is extremely psycho-activating, in that it activates the psyche as well as liberating the creative spirit within us in ways that were previously unimaginable.
Internalized Oppression, with Zed Xaba M.A. & Bill Say, M.A.
Self-criticism and Internalized Oppression can depress, limit or destroy our well-being and meaningful engagement with life. In this interactive webinar Zed and Bill will discuss with you Internalized Oppression, share its manifestations and discuss a general strategy to address Internalized Oppression.
Islamic Spirituality, Philosophy and Ethics-An intersection with the Process Oriented Psychology Paradigm, with Ala’ Hammattah, MMedSc., MAPOF
Sharings from her personal experience and current research on the Intersection of Islam and process work, and forward-view prospect of process work applications in Muslim societies around the world
Breaking Free Through Healing History, with Gary Reiss, PhD, Certified Process Work Trainer
In this online course we will talk about how to bring the ghosts of history into individual, family, and worldwork scenes, and do an experiential exercise to further the clearing of our own historical trauma ghosts.
Migration Journeys, with Camille Dumond
We will explore our families migration journeys, including the processes of assimilation, loss and aspiration. We will make contact with rank issues related to migration, and the dreaming spirit connecting us to our ancestors journeys.
Men, Sexual Trauma, and the Edges of Masculinity, with Matt Stella, LICSW, Dipl.PW
The ways that men develop a masculine gender identity often create edges to vulnerability, being dominated, or asking for help. Matt will share some reflections, methods and questions from his work with male survivors of sexual abuse.
The Body’s Role in Rank & Power, with Kate Jobe, PhD, Dipl. PW Power and Rank can be major disturbances in relationships, businesses and groups. When they are used well, they are also powerful allies and bring a sense of wellbeing and even safety.
Autism & Neurodiversity: The Invisible Differences, with Cathy MacDonald, MA
Communication styles, ways of behaving in social interactions and relationships can be very different between neuro-typical and -atypical people. Come and learn about those, how they come out in therapy, and what the strengths are of having a brain that works a bit differently from everyone else.