Author Archives: Shay McDonald
LISTEN TO DAWN SPEAK MORE ABOUT THE PROCESSWORK APPROACH TO PARENTING
Delivery Method: Online ONLY @ https://zoom.us/j/417364317
Timing: Thursday, March 5th, 2020 @ 5:30-6:30pm Pacific Time
FREE & NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Dawn has worked extensively with children, youth, and families, and is the author of the award winning book, “Raising Parents Raising Kids: Hands-on Wisdom for the Next Generation.”
On her website, Dawn writes, “I have always had a calling to work with children, youth, and families. When I became a mother, my creativity naturally expanded into this area. I see myself as an activist mother; every troubling experience, school difficulty, or playground problem is an opportunity for growth and requires a fresh, creative response. I support parents to discover and connect with their own unique parenting style and to have fun in the creative mystery that comes with living with children.”
In the book introduction, she says that her book “is not a “how-to” book, but a book that supports parents, caretakers, and educators to follow the unique path of their parenting process and the unique path of their child’s development.”
“It puts the spotlight on the magic and joy of parenting the inner development of the child and helps parents and educators deal with power, conflict, bullying and diversity issues in a way that is fun, inspiring and meaningful.”
To learn more about Dawn visit her website www.dawnmenken.com
Applications are currently being accepted for both the Master of Arts in Process Oriented Facilitation and Conflict Studies and the Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Process Work.
Apply by June 1, 2020.
Classes start October 1, 2020.
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Applying Processwork to Creativity and the Arts
In-person at PWI & Online – NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED
hosted by Ingrid Rose & Rhea Shapiro
With Niyati Evers, Nora Hajos and Nathaniel Holder
Tuesday, February 25th, 2020
at the Process Work Institute & online
Join us for an evening of……..
Performance – Film – Personal Stories – Applications – Discussion
with experienced processworkers who apply their knowledge and skills in
in the areas of writing, software development, theater, movement and coaching.
Learn how Processwork can be an integral aspect of creativity and the creative arts.
Niyati Evers is an international facilitator, teacher and writer with over twenty years of experience in working with group dynamics and personal change processes. She is also trained in Tantric Sexuality Practices which adds to her dynamic and eclectic leadership style.
Nora Hajos has been applying processwork knowledge to her dance-making and movement development, teaching internationally and locally for the past two decades.
Nathaniel Holder is a certified teacher of an embodied physical theater improvisation technique called Action Theater. He performs regularly in local theater, most recently in “Too Late!” appearing in the Fertile Ground festival. He is also cofounder of the tech startup Dreamaker.io whose cloud technology platform facilitates the use of video in education and research.
This 5-day intensive workshop is for teens aged 14-18 who want to develop their leadership capacity, build new friendships, impact their communities, and have fun doing it!
Teens will engage in creative activities to increase personal power, find their unique gifts, build communication skills, strengthen relationship and facilitate conflict within themselves and in groups.
We support youth in their own leadership by teaching them to believe in their innate creativity, to appreciate internal and external diversity and to forge real relationships across differences. We teach them the skills they will need in order to recognize, work with and resolve conflict.
Please take a look at our upcoming courses. https://www.processwork.edu/upcoming-courses/
JOIN US FOR OUR NEXT PWI OPEN HOUSE
Friday, December 13, 2019, 6-7:30pm PST
at the Process Work Institute & online
Processwork Applications in Today’s World
hosted by Dawn Menken, PWI founding faculty and Director of Teens Rise Up
with Errol Amerasekera, Jan Dworkin, Lolo Halman & Julie Diamond
Find us on Facebook: Open House Dec 13, 2019 Facebook Event
Errol Amerasekera has applied his PW education to working with elite sporting teams and organisations to assist them in the development of high-performance cultures and ethically sound leadership.
Jan Dworkin has refined her processwork practice to specialize in executive coaching, conflict facilitation and couples counseling.
Lolo Halman has combined theatre and processwork to facilitate creative dialogue and instigate change around social issues
Julie Diamond has been using PW expertise in the field of leadership development, coaching, assessment, and training for organizations, companies and federal government agencies.