Videos about Processwork

Amy + Arny Mindell: A Process Work Interview for Russian TV in 2013
For the general public, the Mindells give theory and many examples. Many thanks to Xenia Kuleshova for this interview!
Worldwork Theory in a Nutshell
Watch Tom's overview of some of the key elements of Worldwork theory (all of which will be explained in greater detail in different parts of the film.) (Also see the film at: http://www.aamindell.net/worldwork-animated-film/ )
Madness: It's Complicated
Facilitator and advocate John Herold gives a guest lecture at Portland State University on alternatives to mainstream attitudes around unusual states of consciousness (what mainstream culture often calls "mental illness") as well as responses to common assumptions in the field of psychiatry. John shares his personal story as a psychiatric survivor and offers insight into how fully buying into diagnostic labels can hypnotize our identities and shorten our lives. He also gives a brief introduction to the values of the International Hearing Voices Network. John is the founder and director of Puget Sound Hearing Voices, now in its third year...
What's it like to study at PWI?
Myriam Rahman, MA, DiplPW. Our next cohort for the Master’s in Process-Oriented Facilitation and Conflict Studies (MAPOF) program will be starting Fall 2018. Now Accepting Applications. see www. processwork.edu for more information.
Change your patterns, change how you show up in the world
Change your patterns, change how you show up in the world. Sign up for an information session: https://www.processwork.edu/find-out-more/ The Process Work Institute is a non-profit educational institute devoted to vocational education, research and training in Process-oriented Psychology, also known as Processwork. Find out more at https://www.processwork.edu Our vision is of a sustainable, flourishing, deeply democratic world that values all viewpoints and all levels of experience, and facilitates their interaction in order to reveal the potential meaning and growth that lies at the heart of even the most disturbing human experiences. The Institute is based in Portland, Oregon and offers online...
Change your impact - understand complex power dynamics
Change your impact by gaining an understanding of complex power dynamics. Sign up for an information session: https://www.processwork.edu/find-out-more/ Thanks to Lolo Haha - find more from Lolo here: https://lolohaha.us/ The Process Work Institute is a non-profit educational institute devoted to vocational education, research and training in Process-oriented Psychology, also known as Processwork. Find out more at https://www.processwork.edu Our vision is of a sustainable, flourishing, deeply democratic world that values all viewpoints and all levels of experience, and facilitates their interaction in order to reveal the potential meaning and growth that lies at the heart of even the most disturbing human...
Lecture: Reawakening Imagination & Biomedicine’s Psychological Fallacy
Dr. George MeCouch, D.O., Psychiatrist Hosted on May 26th, 2018 https://www.processwork.edu Book Available on Amazon: While Psychiatry Slept: Reawakening the Imagination in Therapy
Change the way you live
Working with disturbances can change the way you live. Sign up for an information session: https://www.processwork.edu/find-out-more/ The Process Work Institute is a non-profit educational institute devoted to vocational education, research and training in Process-oriented Psychology, also known as Processwork. Find out more at https://www.processwork.edu Our vision is of a sustainable, flourishing, deeply democratic world that values all viewpoints and all levels of experience, and facilitates their interaction in order to reveal the potential meaning and growth that lies at the heart of even the most disturbing human experiences. The Institute is based in Portland, Oregon and offers online training opportunities...
Winter Intensive Interview with Nicole Lindahl
This video is an interview with Nicole Lindahl about her experience in the Annual Winter Intensive at the Process Work Institute in Portland, Oregon.
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