Seminar: Tracking down the change
(Gill Emslie Boris Sopko)
May 8-10, 2020
100% ONLINE IN ZOOM (due to restrictions by COVID19)
* OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
An in-depth, process orientated facilitation training for professional facilitators and Processwork students at all levels.
In these days many of us are experiencing how tiny viruses, invisible from our perception, can strongly influence the whole of society raising our fear of the unknown and losing control.
Do we have the agency to influence these events before they happen or are we simply at the mercy of forces greater than ourselves? Often we get caught in our own self doubt, lack of focus and commitment to taking the first step and trusting our inherent deeper sense of knowing that often indicates what is needed. World issues, personal difficulties, conflicts and relationship crises can be one signal of an emerging new phase.
In this training we will learn to listen to our deepest hunches and focus on how to deal with imminent or unexpected changes within us, in our relationships, teams and in the world.
Sharpening our ability to perceive the signals which our everyday mind tends to marginalize, we will learn and deepen the toolkit we need to unfold and understand their meaning rather than getting caught in our unconscious reactions and discover useful attitudes which create the basis for dealing with upcoming unwanted change.
We will focus on developing awareness of and perception of the first signals of upcoming change and tools. We will train ourselves in process work skills to unfold and work with those signals. And develop useful inner attitudes to deal with those tense critical moments of our lives and those we work with.
Training seminar will be useful for:
- students of process work in different stages of development
- advanced students of process work to sharpen their perception of signals, feedback and become more precise in intervention skills.
- students of process work in the beginning of their studies to introduce themselves with basic principles and tools of process work
- professionals working with other people
- people looking for self-help tools and inspiration how to deal with personal or relationship challenges
- managers, team leaders, teachers, educators, psychologists, psychotherapists, ….
FREE TASTER SESSION
WHEN? Friday, April 24 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Demonstration: dual signal display in the motion channel – Theory
It will be a free introductory experiential session for the seminar. Everyone will be welcome, we will appreciate prior registration to send a ZOOM link.
This event can be an independent experience, deepening our understanding of the concepts and practices of applied processes, and will also serve as a test for the seminar that we will carry out from May 8 to 9, an in-depth skills training for professionals and facilitators of All levels of experience.
SEMINAR price MAY 8-10, 100% ONLINE: € 235
Early Bird for students of Process Work and Triennial Facilitation courses from Fil a l’agulla: € 200 until April 28, 2020.
Friday, May 8 from 4pm to 7:30 pm
Saturday May 9 from 10-14 and 16-18: 30
Sunday, May 10 from 10-14 and 15: 30-17: 30
NOTE: only for students of the School or Work Process of centers associated with IAPOP.org
11-12 and 18 May 2020 from 10-14h
1 day: € 55
3 days: € 150
If you are interested in the seminar and you are currently affected by your financial situation and you cannot pay the full fee, please send us an email: Attn Mar Ruiz firstname.lastname@example.org.
STRUCTRURE OF THE SEMINAR:
FRIDAY, MAY 8th, 2020, 16:00 – 19:30
16:00 – 16:30 First meeting, frame, logistics, checking in, depending how many we are, we might try breakout rooms as the way to check in for people – 2-3 in each room and then some of them sharing in the large group
16:30 – 17:00 Guided inner work 15 min, then breakout rooms – to share in dyads
17:00 – 17:45 Theory presentation (Dreaming Body) + Q&A
17:45 – 18:00 BREAK
18:00 – 18:30 demo of some drill exercise (Online body work)
18:30 – 19:15 practice in break out rooms (2-3 people)
19:15 – 19:30 sharing in the large group + closing of the day
SATURDAY, MAY 9th, 2020, 10:00 – 14:00, 16:00 – 18:30
10:00 Zoom room opens to allow us to meet and say hello, check in
10:30 Theory presentation (Impact of the change on relationships) + Q&A
11:30 Demonstrating an exercise
12:00 Break… Zoom room will stay open for those who want to stay and chat
12:30 Breakout rooms: Small group or working in pairs practicing and facilitating each and everyone to complete the same exercise
13:30 Meeting again in the main room, sharing learning, questions and next steps
14:00 – 16:00 LUNCH break
16:00 Presentation of the the theme/ field/ world channel Corona virus (roles in the field, evolutionary field, X energy, suffering + opportunity) for the afternoon + Q&A
16:45 – 18:30 Group process + discussion about roles after sorting, before entering into group interaction, discussion/innerwork
SUNDAY, May 10th, 10:00 – 14:00, 15:30 – 17:30
10:00 – 10:15 checking in
10:15 – 11:00 analysing group process + Q&A
11:00 – 12:00 practice group facilitation in small groups & roles analysis, topic from previous day and feedback to facilitators
12:00 – 12.30 Break
12:30 – 13:15 theory presentation (ASES+Trauma) + Q&A
13:15 – 14:00 drill exercises in breakout rooms (2-3 people)
14:00 – 15:30 LUNCH BREAK
15:30 – 16:15 Theory presentation (Processmind and times of change) + Q&A
16:15 – 17:30 integration reflection + key learning points (combination of breakout rooms and large group)
Gill Emslie, PhD. – Gill works as a process facilitator, trainer and individual and team consultant internationally. Co-founder of the Process Work Institute, Gill has taught in Europe, Southeast Asia and Latin America. It is specialized in executing training programs on issues related to leadership, diversity and conflict facilitation, as well as community building. It also collaborates with NGO networks, training and also facilitating dialogue between multiple parties. Your interest
As a specialist, it is based on human experience, since it is related to the processes of social change, diversity and inclusion.
When not traveling, Gill lives in the Findhorn Ecovillage in Scotland, an NGO that provides training on topics related to sustainability, the environment, peace and refuge.
Boris Sopko – Boris is a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist working at the individual, couples and group levels. He is also an international trainer in Process Work, member of the faculties of Spain and Slovakia. He was born and raised in eastern Slovakia and has lived with Neus and his family in Barcelona for 5 years. He likes nature, especially the mountains and the sea, he loves taking photos and growing vegetables in the garden.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The uncertainty generated by the arrival of the Coronavirus in our country forces us, as an Entity, to carefully observe our environment to adopt different protection measures for the entire community. These next weeks will be of changes and we have to see how everything evolves and how we adapt to what is coming. The School cannot live with its back to reality. And for this reason, we are already working — in online meetings —- so that the activities of the coming weeks are as little affected as possible.
NOTE ON THE ZOOM PLATFORM: The School of the Work Process Institute will continue doing the activities online from Zoom. The trainers have instructions to manage the platform in the best possible way and it is also the responsibility of each participant not to spread the links to the sessions and close the sessions after each use. We will make an exhaustive control of the access to the sessions and as always we will stick to the current data protection legislation.
Updated: April 29, 2020