Manuscripts

Ackermann, R. (1994). Stories of our Lives: Living with Life Threatening Illness. [PDF]
Agostini, C. (2000). Racisim in Trinidad. [PDF]
Alarja, M. (2013). High and Low Dreams of Recent Refugees of a War Torn Country. [PDF]
Andersen, S. (2014). Empowerment through connecting to self, the other, and the world: An educational project reviewing an empowerment workshop. [PDF]
Arye, L. (1991). Unintentional Music: Process Work and the Fluid Border Between Psychotherapy and Art. [PDF]
Ashperger, C. (2010). Therapeutic Theatre and Theatrical Therapy. [PDF]
Aslandiou, L. (1997). Process Work and Aikido: A Comparison of Principles and Methods. [PDF]
Audergon, A. (1990). The Gates of Society: A study of the application of Process Oriented Psychology to working with Extreme States and Collective Dynamics on a Psychiatric Ward. [PDF]
Berman, G. (2014). Stone Poems: Artist Statement and Process Work Certificate Project. [PDF]
Bernatt, C. (2009). From Darth Vader to Yoda: A Journey From Leader to Elder. [PDF]
Bernatt, C. (2014). Less is More, More or Less. The Goddess of Wisdom Speaks: An examination of Intellectual Inferiority Complex in a Few Women of Polish Jewish Ancestry. [PDF]
Biemer, J. R. (2014). Carrying Medicine for a Non-Profit. [PDF]
Blair, A. (2009). Dancing Through a Field of Binging and Starving: Disruptive Eating as Sustenance. [PDF]
Blair, L. (2009). All of the Apple is Me: Process Work & Acting, An Exploration & Practical Guide. [PDF]
Bouronikou, V. (2016). The Art of Creative Emptiness The Emergence of the Spirit of the Clown as a Metaskill. [PDF]
Brown, J. (2006). Unraveling the Agony of Paradox: A study of Process of Awareness. [PDF]
Bulkin, A. (2015). Dreaming while online: thoughts on applying Processwork on the Internet. [PDF]
Burkhardt, B. (2008). The Missing Facilitator: An Exploration of the Concept of the Participant-Facilitator in Process Work. [PDF]
Bünger Baumgartner, C. (2011). The dark side of the moon: Trauma Transformation and Facilitator Development. [PDF]
Camastral, S. (2008). No Small Change: Process-Oriented Play Therapy For Children of Separating Parents. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy (ANZJFT), 29(2), 100-106. doi:10.1375/anft.29.2.100
Camastral, S. (1995). The Constant Itch to Self Development : A Personal Journey with Atopic Dermatitis. [PDF]
Chambers, J. Beautiful True Nature Processmind Practices for Earthlings on the Journey. [PDF]
Cohen, J. (2009). The Circus Project: Applying Process Work Techniques to Circus & Theatre Arts with Atrisk Youth. [PDF]
Collett, D. (2007). Coming Together: Power, Rank and Intercultural Interaction. Developing Inclusive Approaches to Higher Education. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 7(5). [PDF]
Diamond, J. (1992). Patterns of Communication: Towards a Natural Science of Behavior. [PDF]
Dworkin, J. (1984). Living Alchemy: The Creative Spirit in Process. [PDF]
Dworkin, J. (1989). Group Process Work: A stage for personal and global development. [PDF]
Emslie, G. (2014). The Braided Way Deep Democracy and Community, (April).
Esch, T. (2009). Rank Awareness and Conflict in the Workplace : It Takes a Village. [PDF]
Espinoza Alvarez, M. (2015). Exploring the life myth to develop the inner facilitator. [PDF]
Evers, N. (2011). The God of Fluids: A story of Transformation across Four Continents. [PDF]
Fennell, S. (2014). How to be a Better Competitor: Training Model and Contextual Essay. [PDF]
Fredenburgh, I. (2007). The Creative Clash of Paradigms: An autoethnographic research project studying personal experiences of process work and ceremonial shamanism. [PDF]
Fujisaki, A. (2003). Inherited Memory: A Comparison of How World War II Influences the Japanese Post War Generation. [PDF]
Gendek, M. (2011). Contextual Essay Accompanying, Adventures in the Wonderland: Process-Oriented Psychology Board Game. [PDF]
Giobazolia, T. (2013). Report on a Learning Project : Chronic Symptoms & Dreaming – Exploring the Connection Between Chronic Symptoms and a Childhood Dream. [PDF]
Griggs, G. (2010). Sniffy Takes a Stand : A Process Work Facilitator’s Growth through Drawing. [PDF]
Gronda, H. (2013). Growing, Dying and Relating: Exploring the Concept and Experience of ‘the Edge’. [PDF]
Hales, D. (2008). Developing Awareness of Group Process Inside a Group that Resists Learning About Itself. [PDF]
Hamann, H. (2007). What is Organisational Development from a Process Work Perspective?. [PDF]
Hamann, H. (2009). Seven Steps to Dealing with Fear in Paragliding: Making Process Work Accessible to the Sporting Public. [PDF]
Hansen, K. G. Taoism, Processwork and Disturbing Adolescents. [PDF]
Hashimoto, Y. (2015). Process-Oriented Organizational Development in a Business Context. [PDF]
Heizer, L. (1992). Beyond Compare: A Personal Reflection on Process Oriented Approaches with Emotionally Disturbed Children. [PDF]
Henderson, E. (2016). Peak Experience as an Access to Inner Direction: The Ultimate Guiding Principle. [PDF]
Henrich, R. (2011). Following a Path of Heart: Exploring the Psychological, Relational, and Social Issues of Polyamorists. [PDF]
Henricks, V. (2011). Building a global family: an organizational case study focusing on the myth of the leader and the organization. [PDF]
Hirai, M. (2009). Easter Eggs from the Mallard. [PDF]
Hohler, L. (2000). At The Point of No Return: Intervening when Physical Violence Escalates among Teenagers. [PDF]
Ilia, S. (2014). Victims, Victimizers,and Rescuers: The Double Edge to Power and Vulnerability. [PDF]
Ilkiw, V. (2014). Deep Democracy in Action: The Elder Role in Leadership Development. [PDF]
Irving, P. (2000). Believing in Dreaming: Concepts for a New Educational System. [PDF]
Isetani, J. (2011). CTCM: Consciousness Tech Connection Manual. [PDF]
Jaech, R. (2010). A Chorus of Many Voices: How to prevent, resolve and make productive use of conflict in mainline Protestant congregations. [PDF]
Jonak, B. (2015). The Rank Game : A Journey Into Some Serious Play, (November). [PDF]
Jones, L. S. (2003). Rank and Marginality: A Multidimensional Approach. [PDF]
Jones, L. S. (2004). Kinship with animals: Unlearning Speciesim. [PDF]
Joy, M. (2016). Emerging From Chrysalis: Exploring the Impact of a Process-Oriented Support Group for People With Serious Illness. [PDF]
Kavanaugh, K. (2007). Sourcing the Flow: Painting, Movement, the Intentional Field and Co-Creation. [PDF]
Kieser, G. (2012). We are Family: Our Journey Through Apartheid. [PDF]
Kiriyama, T. (2002). Process Work and Japanese Buddhism: A Pilgrimage of Completion. [PDF]
Kleskie, J. (2011). Three Leaves Against the Wind: Facilitating a Change Process in a Community Organization. [PDF]
Kocen, S. L. (2005). Belonging a Little in Lots of Places: National Identity as a Doorway to Commonality. [PDF]
Lang, R. (2012). From Little Things Big Things Grow : Transforming Relationships with South Australia’s Recreational Fishing Sector. [PDF]
Lobo, L. (2015). Views From my Ally: A Childhood Dream Explored Through Paint. [PDF]
Maclaurin, G. (2005). Riding the Sentient Wave: A discourse on the challenges and benefits of intuition in therapeutic work and everyday life. [PDF]
Marshall, S. (1999). Tao of Devotion: Process-oriented psychology and devotion in Tibetan Buddhism. [PDF]
Martínez, M. Á. V. del M. (2011). Innerwork— Outer Development: An Awareness Training Program for Business Organizations. [PDF]
Menken, D. (1989). Emerging World Views: Cultural transformations in Process-oriented Psychology. [PDF]
Mindell, A. Working with Movement. [PDF]
Mindell, A. (1986). The Hidden Dance. [PDF]
Miret, J. (2015). The Heart Behind the Suit: Videos to Develop Skills for Working in Organizational Conflicts. [PDF]
Movsessian, S. (2002). Putting a Lion in Your Heart Putting a Lion in Your Heart. [PDF]
Mulligan, J. (2011). Dream of an Online Conflict Dojo: Designing and developing a web-based conflict capability building resource. [PDF]
Murphy, A. (2008). Lorn and Loan and Oansome: An Exploration of Myth and the Tools to Elicit Mythic Potential. [PDF]
Murphy, A. (2016). An Unusual Guide to Therapy for Extraordinary People: Creating an illustrated booklet based on clients’ therapy experiences . [PDF]
Nance, C. (1991). The Individual as a Channel of Group Process: Case studies in Group Process Work. [PDF]
Neemoja, R. (2015). The Tin-­Elephant: Inner-­Explorations of Personal Power. [PDF]
Newton, S. J. (2009). Moving in the Interstices: Cultivating Fluidity in the Participant Facilitators Role. [PDF]
Norgaard, L. (2009). Stepping In, Stepping Out: Process Work Application of Pre-Birth Stories used as Life Myth. [PDF]
Ozben, Y. (2014). Encounters in the War Zone: Dreaming Beyond Hopelessness. [PDF]
Palatnick, A. (2017). The Do What You Love Project: A Creative Workshop Series that Applies Life Myth to Career Transitions. [PDF]
Palazzolo, D. (2015). What is ProcessWork?. [PDF]
Papathanasiou, N. (2007). The Process of History-Making Conflicts: Subjectively Revisiting Three Historical Conflicts in Process Work Terms. [PDF]
Pavlenko, Y. (2014). Dealing with Hidden Resistance to Organizational Changes: Process Work Toolkit for Managers. [PDF]
Payne, S. (2009). Looking for My Father’s Face in the Mirror. [PDF]
Peikrishvili, A. (2010). Pretty in Pink: An Inner Surrendering to A Cast of Five. [PDF]
Ramos, H. V. (2017). The Dreaming Power of an Interconnected World: A Mixed-Methods Study of the Effects of Group Process On the Quantum Field. [PDF]
Ratanakarn, O. (2015). Process Work, Conflict, and Individuation: Working With Conflict Toward Individuation. [PDF]
Razumov, A. (2017). A Process-Oriented Awareness Journey: Exploring Sexuality and Magnetism Using Processwork Techniques, (February). [PDF]
Redwood, E. W. (2009). It’s All About You: Inner Adventure for Anyone. [PDF]
Reuthe, E. (2014). Accessing Our Untapped Inner Resources: A Workshop for Coaches, Consultants, and Leaders With Contextual Essay. [PDF]
Rhea,. (1996). Taking Your Meditation Cushion into the World: Perennial Philosophies and Social Action, A Process Work Perspective. [PDF]
Rose Schuitevoerder, I. (2000). Introduction: Process-Oriented Dialogue Introduction. [PDF]
Rose, I. (2000). Process Oriented Dialogue: An Inquiry into Group Work & Conflict Facilitation. [PDF]
Rose, I. (2007). Depth Psychological Perspectives on Alienation and Violence in the School System. [PDF]
Saat, V. (2011). Relationship Alchemy: A Story About Writing a Book and Living It. [PDF]
Sanbower, M. (2000). Deep Democracy A Learning Journey. [PDF]
Sano, H. (2013). Self-Marginalization: How I Retrieve Myself and the Meaning of It. [PDF]
Say, B. (2010). Unfolding the Myth of Narcissus: Towards a Process Oriented Approach to Working with Narcissism. [PDF]
Schernick, B. T. (2014). Namibia in Transformation: Contributions to the Facilitation of Past and Present Conflict From a Process Work Perspective. [PDF]
Schoen, J. (2015). The Leader's Inner Compass: An Experiential Project Using the Childhood Dream to Develop as a Facilitative Leader in a Performance Oriented Environment. [PDF]
Schuitevoerder, S. (2000). Process Work Contributions to Men and Power. [PDF]
Schupbach, E. (2004). The Gold at the End of the Rainbow: A Hermeneutic Study of a Therapist’s Spiritual Experience. [PDF]
Schwarz, S. (1993). A Process Oriented Approach to Developing a Mental Health Service Organization: An Experiential Study. [PDF]
Schwarz, S. (1996). Shifting the Assemblage Point: Transformation in Therapy and Everyday Life. [PDF]
Shirk, A. O. (2012). Choosing to Die, Choosing to Fly: An Process-Oriented Inner-Journey. [PDF]
Sideri, K. (2016). “ ET phone HOME ”, Reconnecting to Inner Life Force Exploring experiences of trauma and alienation and witnessing their relationship to personal / cultural / world history, (August). [PDF]
Sinisterra, S. (2012). The Soul of Colombia: Listening to the Spirit of the Land. [PDF]
Siver, S. (2006). Process Work and the Facilitation of Conflict. [PDF]
Skoczewska, M. (2010). Superposition. [PDF]
Spalding, T. (2009). Shooting Ourselves in the Head? A Qualitative Exploration of Conflicts with Leaders in Groups Experiencing Marginalization. [PDF]
Starbear, A. (2009). Falling Water: Life Myth Explored. [PDF]
Staszewska, K. A. (2009). Measuring the Effectiveness of Therapy Sessions Conducted by Process Work Practitioners A Pilot Study by. [PDF]
Steinberg, S. J. (2011). The Telling of a Love Story. [PDF]
Stella, M. (2009). The Dreamfigures’ Ball. [PDF]
Straub, S. (1990). Stalking Your Inner Critic: A process-oriented approach to self-criticism. [PDF]
Summers, G. (1994). Conflict: Gateway to Community. Process Oriented Conflict Resolution: An interview with Founder, Arnold Mindell. [PDF]
Tagawa, N. (2014). My Story and Process About the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Japanese Woman’s Personal Reflections on Her Experiences in the Middle East.
Tan, T. N. (2012). Waking in the Field That Wakes: An Experiential Account of Process Mind and the Awakening Journey. [PDF]
Tanwar, K. (2007). And then what happened? Sudha’s Song and Other Stories. [PDF]
Trawinski, C. (2011). Who or What Creates: A Personal Reflection on Painting. [PDF]
Udo, O. (2012). Emergence of Yakubu : A Process Work Response to Internalized Oppression. [PDF]
Valderrama, L. F. (2015). A dream becoming a movie: using mass media to deliver Processwork conflict tool. [PDF]
Vasiliou, L. (2005). Discovering Meaning in Panic: A Process-oriented Approach to Panic Attacks. [PDF]
Vassiliou, A. (1995). Listen or Die: The Terrorist as a Role. [PDF]
Velali, I. (2016). Ways of Being’: A Creative/Educational Project Exploring the Relationship Between Life Myth and The Therapist's Style. [PDF]
Vikkelsoe, J. (1997). Beyond Guilt and Innocence: Towards a Process Oriented Criminology. [PDF]
Vine, J. (2011). Surreal or Not So Real. [PDF]
Vásquez, A. (2014). Wayuu Palabreros in Columbia: Indigenous and Process-Oriented Conflict Facilitation Worldviews Explored. [PDF]
Wagner, K. (2007). Bridges, Borders, and the Dance: A Cooperative Inquiry Study of Multiple Role Relationships within the Process Work Community of Portland, Oregon. [PDF]
Wagner, K. (2012). True Colors: The Role of the Body in Women's Experiences of Fulfulling Life Paths. [PDF]
Woodall, P. (2010). Process Work, Music, and Magic: Using Process Work Techniques in Conjunction with Music Therapy Techniques to Elicit, Unfold and Integrate Secondary and Tertiary Materials. [PDF]
Woodall, P. (2004). History of Movement Therapies: Examination Preparation Notes. [PDF]
Xaba, Z. (2011). Reconciliation thru Remembrance. [PDF]