Process Work is aimed at people interested in exploring and deepening relationship with themselves, with other people, with their environment, and with the world. This view brings new approaches and resources to public service professionals in social and community fields, as well as in organizational and personal development sectors.
Process Work is useful to anyone interested in creative and transformative work with diverse groups and issues, as well as the inquiry and development of the skills and attitudes necessary to facilitate the complex experiences that arise in today’s world.
Process Work is applied in different areas to facilitate both individual and collective transformation and growth. Individual and collective levels are always interrelated and never in isolation from one another. Process Work can therefore be applied in any work area, and is being adapted and implemented in many different ways around the world. Process Work can help you:
- Begin a process of personal knowledge
- Engage conscious relationships with others
- Create dialogue-rich groups
- Share a culture of diversity and freedom
- Gain the skills and knowledge to work with organizations, groups, couples, and individuals
Process Work Domains
Innerwork is dynamic mindfulness practice which helps us connect deeply with the creative processes that move us.
Individual sessions (often called “therapy”) provide a space and time to delve into our own awareness and ability to engage creatively in our lives and communities.
Relationship work provides an opportunity to discover and delve into emerging creative patterns that arise from interactions between two or more people.
Groups, Worldwork and Open Forums
Worldwork is a Process Work approach for groups and organizations. It is based on the principle of Deep Democracy.
Altered States of Consciousness
Process Work offers a non-pathologizing model para entender y trabajar con todo el rango de experiencias humanas. We can imagine this range as a continuum which unites all states.