Brief Approaches to World Diversity Issues – Group Process Facilitator Training
Fridays; 9/23, 9/30, 10/7; 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Instructor(s): Arnold Mindell, Ph.D.
How do we change the world and awaken to power, social and psychological rank, pain and diversity issues? Around the world, many millions of people are in pain because of diversity issues of all kinds. In the 20th century alone, 100 million people died in conflicts and war. Our news is filled with agony around issues of sexual orientation, race, religion, sexism, nationalism +many more diversity issues. There are many ways to address these issues. Each has her/his/their own best methods. Be an activist, government or social leader, mediator, …. All methods are needed and more are needed as well!
==> I will speak about NELSON MANDELA’s Approach<==
In this class, I recommend two central group process “eldering” methods characterized by their RAPID INTERVENTION ability. These methods can be keys to momentary resolutions that allow solutions to follow.Small and large Worldwork processes often require time for change. However, recent Processwork developments allow facilitators to help conflicts within minutes. These developments can also be used by mainstream organizations as well. Classes 1+2 discuss theory and innerwork applied to brief group processes on homophobia and possibly racism; Class 3 is about the meaning of supervision, and it’s application in class. The 3rd class group process focus is up to the group.
Class 1: 2 Min. Open Forum Work For World Issues- Possible Focus OnHomophobia
Class 2: Elder-Shaman’s 5 Min. “BIGWAY” For Organizations- Possible Focus OnRacism
Class 3: FACILITATOR 721 SUPERVISION: 1st+2nd Training In World Work; Focus ??
Distance: Live Web Stream, Audio File, Teleconference
CEU Eligible: No
Early Reg. price: $162
Early Reg. Deadline: 9/9/2016
PWI students, faculty and members receive a 10% discount
Classroom: Big Room
Level: All levels of Processwork experience
- September 23, 2016
3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
- September 30, 2016
3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
- October 7, 2016