From Processwork to Politics: Lesson on Leadership and Power Under Pressure
From my experience being a Member of the Greek Parliament for four years in a country in the midst of deep political, economic and existential crisis, I used every ounce of my Processwork training to survive and be creative. In this seminar we’ll explore the application of process work into politics and leadership roles, and how to create change and be close to our vision when consensus reality is polarized, depressing, and without alternative. In particular, we will explore: The multiple dimensions of power: power that attracts, power that harms, and power that creates, Becoming a role and finding in the midst of it our humanity and personal vision again, Addictive tendencies and blind spots of power, Facing public harassment and bullying, Self-care when our bodies absorb tension and become a battlefield.
**Free Open Forum – 9/16 5 pm – 6:30 pm**
Politics and Psychology:
The challenges from being a member of the Greek Parliament while Greece is in the midst of deep political, economical and existential crisis, and how Process Oriented Psychology was a resource of helpful insights and support.
Vassiliki Katrivanou served as a member of the Greek Parliament for four years and member of the Parliamentary Committee of The Council of Europe for two years. Before that she worked internationally as a therapist, trainer and facilitator in conflict resolution. She holds a Diploma and aMasters in Process Work and a Masters in Conflict Resolution (Portland State). She directed together with Bushra Azzouz the documentary Women of Cyprus
Cost: $180 (Open Forum on 9/16: FREE)
Early Reg. Price: $162
Level: All levels of Processwork experience
- September 17, 2016
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
- September 18, 2016
10:00 am - 1:00 pm