Finding your path in the world

Finding your path in the world

Rhea and Susan Kocen

Saturday June 9th, 10 – 5pm

$120 or $108 early registration by May 28th

Sliding scale access available – please email pwi@processwork.org

Looking for a deeper connection to the meaning of your life? Interested in creative tools for finding your purpose and making professional and personal life choices?  This one day workshop will give you transformative Processwork tools for navigating the ups and downs of your life.  It will introduce the concept of your own personal “life myth” and show you how to use it to find meaning and transformation from troubling experiences. Expect to get new resources for navigating challenges, a renewed sense of life purpose, and deeper insights into chronic issues.

Level: Suitable for everyone, and especially those curious about Processwork tools for everyday life.  Great introduction for anyone Processwork-curious. 

Participation: In person only

Faculty: 

Rhea Shapiro, MA, Dipl PW, is a certified process worker in private practice and on the faculty of the Process Work Institute in Portland, Oregon.  She teaches Process Work in the U.S. and internationally.  Rhea is also a long time physical theater improvisor and a Buddhist meditator.  She is always glad to encourage the dreaming and sustainable solutions with individuals, relationships and groups.  Her chosen “earth spots” are often the garden or the sea.

Susan Kocen, MA, Dipl PW is a certified Process Worker in private practice and on the faculty of the Process Work Institute in Portland, Oregon. She teaches Process Work in the U.S. and internationally and she works in Community Development with elders at Portland’s LGBTQ Center, in her role as program manager and facilitator. Susan has a background in Art and Textile Design, Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine, and Gerontology. She is dedicated to ‘dreaming while awake’, spending time in nature and deepening our experiences of the paths we are on, in community, in conflict, solo, symptoms, in dreams and life myth. 

  • June 9, 2018
    10:00 am - 5:00 pm