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Jan Dworkin, PhD is a Process Work facilitator, coach, educator and artist living in Portland, Oregon. One of Arny Mindell’s original students, Jan has been developing and co-creating Process Work theory and practice for over twenty-five years. She has worked with groups and multiple stakeholders on opposing sides of issues in highly tense and charged conflict situations around the world. She has co-authored various Process Work training programs both in the U.S.A. and abroad and she conducts training workshops and public seminars internationally. Jan served as the Academic Dean of the Masters in Process Work (MAPW) program for many years.
Jan specializes in conflict facilitation, relationship work, sexuality and creativity. She is owner and partner in 361ArtWorks, a unique facilitation company that uses Process Work awareness methods and the Arts to support organizational development and community transformation. Jan is passionately involved with her own creative process as well—especially as a painter. She is also an avid long distance road cyclist and nature lover. Above all else, she tries to follow the unpredictable direction of Nature and Spirit in whatever she undertakes.