Community meetings are held in the Big Room at the Process Work Institute located at 2049 NW Hoyt Street in Portland, Oregon.
These community meetings are open to all interested in or curious about Processwork and the Process Work Institute. They provide a space to come together and create community by following process. Facilitators are chosen from the group each time, and we begin with open sorting for issues that are on people’s hearts and minds. We then choose a topic that the group wants to focus on, and explore together more deeply using a process-oriented facilitation approach.
Upcoming community meetings – join us!
Sunday, October 13: 6.30 – 8pm
Sunday, February 9: 6.30 – 8pm
Sunday, May 31: 6:30 – 8pm
Worldwork: Diversity, Conflict & Community Building
Sep 14 at 9:30 AM – Sep 15 at 5:00 PM PDT
750 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2R5, Canada
Learn and practice Worldwork skills enabling you to “sit in the fire” of community in order to deeply explore social issues, face our differences, transform conflict, and create greater wholeness and community!
*Learn process-oriented approaches to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
*Explore the Worldwork model of processing world, social and local conflicts and tensions
*Gain tools and awareness practices to enhance your capacity to “hold” diversity
*Practice an expanded model of rank and power that you can use in conflict settings
World Work, created by Arny and Amy Mindell, is processwork applied to small and large groups, communities and organizations, international events and environmental problems. It’s been used to address global tensions, war-like conditions, organizational change and a full spectrum of diversity issues around the world including with UN organizations, non-profits, corporations and community groups.
Cost for both days:
$150 base rate
$250 employed or more economically comfortable
$400 donor rate; proceeds go to financial aid for Worldwork 2020 participants from disadvantaged countries and conditions
To Register or for more information please contact Ashley at: 604-376-5068
Bill Say, M.A., has 13 years of training and consulting experience at the intersection of diversity awareness, conflict facilitation and community building. He has worked with non-profits, cultural, educational, health and mental health organizations including with Alameda County Public Health and Human Resources; Cities of Berkeley, Richmond and San Rafael; EB AIDS Center; Highlander Research and Education Center; UC Berkeley College of Engineering and trainings in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Bill has participated in Worldworks since 1992 and has facilitated Worldworks in the US, Poland and Greece. He is an adjunct faculty member of the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco and a former faculty member of the UC Berkeley Extension School of Professional Communication. Bill is a Mindell Process Work Diplomate. His website is: www.billsay.com
This stand-alone workshop is also an introduction to the Worldwork 2020 Conference that will be held May 23-28, 2020 @ UBC, with the theme: “Daring to Dream at the Edge of our Known Worlds.” For more info go to: http://worldwork.org/
Join us for Jan Dworkin’s book launch of Make Love Better
Thursday, September 19th at 7pm at PWI (2049 NW Hoyt)
How to Own Your Story, Connect with Your Partner, and Deepen Your Relationship Practice
Books will be available for purchase!!
Check out a little preview here!
Live and on Zoom
Hosted by PWI Faculty: Kara Wilde, Pierre Morin, Jai Tomlin and Emetchi
In these forums, we link the individual experience of body symptoms with larger cultural and social issues sharing in a group format.
Read about previous forums on our blog or find us on Facebook
The Dreambody Medicine Forums currently scheduled for 2019:
Forums are held on scheduled Fridays, 7 pm-9:30 pm, at the Process Work Institute, 2049 NW Hoyt St, Portland, OR.
If you have a symptom you would like to work on in the middle of the group,
please contact email@example.com This event is free and all are welcome!
This is a monthly drop-in class where we connect with our bodies as psyche. We use dance, body mapping, movement practices, spontaneous imagery and creative arts to discover our body as a energetic field and delve into subtle sensations. We listen to our bodies wants and needs and use the body as a tool to find clarity and direction.
- On summer break, be back in September
Tune in, get down.
For queers and non-queers.
All genders and Non-genders
All bodies and Any bodies
$5-$15 donation requested.
No one turned away for lack of funds.
Processwork Online – An Online Learning Group for Everyone
created by 2 PWI students
They provide free, once-a-month, online trainings with Processworkers from around the world. These two-hour sessions are open to anyone interested in experiences and learning more about Processwork. Check out there schedule here
The Research Symposium honors research in Process Work and related fields. It is meant as a gathering place for sharing and furthering our learning together. In this spirit, research may include formal or informal research projects, as well as ideas and visions for projects in the works. Presentations may also include experiences integrating Process Work in various contexts, as well as panels on topic areas that bring together many different fields and perspectives.
FREE LECTURE SERIES: GET TO KNOW PROCESSWORK – NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED
The Process Work Institute invites you to get to know Processwork by participating in a series of FREE lectures–no registration required! In this next distance friendly seminar faculty share knowledge and experience of Processwork and how they use it to make change in the world.
Keep an eye out for additional free lectures here and on our Facebook page!
For details about each course and how you can participate in person or online please click here