Seminars are 2-hour
into a specialized topic,
led by professional processwork facilitators
from around the world.
Our FREE 2020 Seminars
with Pierre Morin, MD.
10AM – 12PM PST
Big Medicine includes experiences of both health and sickness. From that perspective, health is not an idealized state of wellness, small health, but a journey. The ways in which we navigate that journey and make sense of it, are all a part of Big Medicine. It is important to seek medical help for your illness, but that is not the end, nor the whole story.
with Rho Sandberg, Director & Co-Founder, Global Coaching Institute.
6PM – 8PM PST
Process-Oriented coaching and consulting is a dynamic exploration of the world of organisational coaching and consulting. Whether you are an experienced organisational coach, executive coach or are interested in entering this field, join us to learn and share more about the growing field of Processwork in organisations.
with Jan Dworkin, Ph.D.
10AM – 12PM PDT
Intimate relationships don't just happen between two people. They also occur in a social context, and the inequities in the world get repeated between partners. Jan will discuss her new book, Make Love Better, and share insights about working with intersectional power dynamics in couples.
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with Annahid Dashtgard, Co-founder and Senior Partner, Anima Leadership.
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT
Annahid will talk about her new book, the personal and social aspects of belonging, and the process of writing personally about the topic of race.
with Ayako “Aya” Fujisaki, Ph.D.
10AM – 12PM PDT
In this workshop, we will learn how we can utilize some Processwork ideas to cultivate love, acceptance, and compassion toward ourselves. We will also learn how we can apply KonMari method (an acclaimed organizing method created by a Japanese organizing consultant, Marie Kondo) to develop self-love.
with David Bedrick
11AM – 1PM PDT
This program is based on a research study I conducted with 21 women and my upcoming book, Dying to Be Smaller; Hungry to Be Bigger. I will share the most compelling stories as case studies.
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with Anuradha Deb
6:30 AM – 8:30 AM PDT/7:00 PM – 9:00 PM IST
Sharing her personal experiences with audience participation, Anuradha will explore how through centuries, oppression has only changed its face and not its intensity. Why it is important to become aware of it, and how to put a process work framework to what we sometimes don’t understand is happening to us.
with Zed Xaba
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
In a world where BIPOC are constantly marginalized by the hegemony of racism, in what ways can BIPOC find their power and exercise their agency; thereby interrupting the dynamic of systemic racial oppression, that we have internalised, in order to better know and love ourselves and help unify our community?
Please note - to create a welcoming safe space for a painful topic, this seminar is only open to Black, Indigenous and People of Colour.
with Kate Jobe
11AM – 1PM PDT
How to better use your body to get a sense of your client’s experience, clarify your own movement expression, and identify the quality and characteristics of movement. This training is an introduction of Processwork with Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies, one of the most innovative and comprehensive somatic approaches to describing human movement dynamics.
with Wangũi wa Kamonji
8AM – 10AM PDT
Reclaiming indigenous ways of being, knowing and doing has been key to how I understand what I am on Earth to do, i.e. my life purpose, or life myth in Processwork terms, and has enabled me to observe and get in the stream of my process. Questions open up potent ways we can inquire into our paths and are fertile arenas for culture shifts, especially when they are connected to our deep feeling senses, and exploring them through indigenous ways of knowing.
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Identity & edges - using primary & secondary in therapy
with Catharine Macdonald
12PM – 2PM PDT
Primary and secondary process are very useful tools to learn about our "identity", how we see ourselves, and where we bump into edges. The concepts are easy for people to grasp, and a way to spark imagination and curiosity about what might be "secondary". It can be a useful tool to explore the "shadow" or less pleasant sides of our personality too.
with David Bedrick, Ph.D.
11AM – 1PM PST
Fifteen years in the making, David will talk about the approach he created and is using to completely transform how women (and clinicians) look at and experience challenges with body size, food, restriction and hunger.
He will explore the ways sexism and capitalism inform every woman’s relationship with their body, the dieting industry and self identity.
What if your hunger—that force that beckons you to the ice cream aisle, and guides your hands to take seconds when you didn’t even feel like having firsts—was the misunderstood sage of your body, rattling its cage inside the fortress of your soul?
with Ala' Hammattan
1PM – 3PM PST
Progressing authentically in life is rooted in realizing our innate process of inquiry and reasoning, incremental personal growth, and reconciling the fragmented pieces of our identity.
Processwork Online In Spanish
Amazing trainings and meetups all in Spanish
for native and non-native speakers
Wherever you are in the world, you can be a part of our vibrant learning community! Contact us with questions or to host your own event through Processwork Online.