At the national level, the training program is recognized by the Institute for Process Work and Deep Democracy; internationally, by the International Association for Process Oriented Psychology (IAPOP). The school meets the requirements established by the IAPOP.
- Foundation Year.
- Phase I: focused on the theoretical dimension of Process Work and a first approach to the practice and acquisition of the skills it requires.
- Phase II: focused on the study of the practical application of Process Work in different areas.
Processwork is an awareness training. This means that a person who begins this training process must be committed to the spirit of learning and be willing to work on himself and his relationships, including any conflicts that may arise. Each trainee is supported by a team of mentors who, together with the trainee, help to develop the trainee’s learning path, taking into account their background, talents, wishes and direction.
Basic characteristics of the training
The training is structured so that the student can combine theoretical learning with practice and personal development. This is achieved through seminars, training days and direct supervision seminars, individual sessions, group work and commitment to tutors through mentors (Foundation Year) and the Study Committee (Diploma).
Classes and seminars
Every year an annual program of seminars is offered in which all areas of study of Process Work are represented. Together with the mentor (Foundation Year) or the Studies Committee (Diploma program), each student will prepare a study plan with the seminars they will attend each year, making sure that they encompass all areas of Process Work, as well as those that are of particular interest to each student. At least once every two years, the student can participate (and is encouraged to do so) in a seminar of a Diploma program taught in any country in Europe or the world.