Suggested Worldwork Readings
Many of the theses can be ordered through the Process Work Center. Articles from the Journal of Process-oriented Psychology can be ordered through Lao-Tse Press, and both articles and theses can be found in the library at the Process Work Institute. Contact Lao Tse Press to order these and other books. 503-222-8188.
Agostini, Charleen. 2000. “Racism in Trinidad: Using the Approach of Process Oriented Psychology.” Final Project Requirement for the Diploma of Process Work.
Arye, Lane. 1998. “Transforming Enemies into Allies: A Step toward Poles and Jews.” In Gazeta Wyborcza. April 28, 1998.
______. “Difficult Contacts”. Journal of Process-oriented Psychology, Vol. 8/1.
Collette, Diana. 2007. “Coming Together: Power, Rank and Intercultural Interaction. Developing Inclusive Approaches in Higher Education.” The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities & Nations, vol. 7, no. 5.
Diamond, Julie. 2004. “Where Roles, Rank and Relationship Meet: A Framework for Working with Multiple Role Relationships in Process Work Learning Communities.”
________. 2001. “A Democracy Dialogue. Getting to the Essence of Freedom.” The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, vol. 8/2:66.
________. 1994. “Facilitation and Multi-leveled Interventions in Community Building.” The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, vol. 6/1: 75
Dworkin, J. 1989. “Group Process Work: A State for Personal and Global Development.” Doctoral Dissertation, Union Graduate School, Cincinnati, OH.
Fujisaki, Ayako. 2003. “Inherited Memory: A Qualitative Study of How World War II Influences the Japanese Postwar Generation.” Final Project Requirement for the Diploma of Process Work.
Halprin, Sara. 1996. Look at my Ugly Face. Myths and Musings on Beauty and Other Perilous Obsessions with Women’s Appearance. New York: Penguin.
Halprin, Sara and Ursula Hohler, eds. 2004. Alternative to War: Creative Aftermath of Worldwork 2004. Eugene, OR: Changing Worlds Publications.
Jones, L. S. 2000. “Margins of uncertainty: A qualitative study of marginality in multiple dimensions of experience.” Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Wollongong, Australia.
________. 2004. “Feasting on possibility: Process Work research in postmodern times.” Journal of Process-oriented Psychology, 9 (1), 9-19.
________. 2004. “Kinship with animals – Unlearning Specieism.”
Menken, Dawn. 2001. Speak Out! Talking About Love, Sex and Eternity. Tempe, Arizona: New Falcon Press.
Mindell, Amy. Metaskills: The Spiritual Art of Therapy. Tempe, AZ: New Falcon Press, 1995.
________. 1996. “Discovering the World in the Individual; The World Channel in Psychotherapy,” Journal of Humanistic Psychology, vol. 36/3: 67-84.
Mindell, Arnold. 1989. The Year I: Global Process Work with Planetary Myths and Structures. New York and London: Viking-Penguin-Arkana.
_________. 1992. The Leader as Martial Artist. San Francisco: Harper Collins.
_________. 1995. Sitting in the Fire. Portland, OR: Lao Tse Press.
_________. 2004. The Deep Democracy of Open Forums. Hampton Roads, VA.: Hampton Roads Publishing Co.
Morin, P. 2002. “Asclepius’ Rod: An Overview of the Struggle Between the Sacred and the Profane in Medicine.” The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, Vol. 9/1: 35-45.
________. 2001. “Symptoms, Dreaming and Society: Process-oriented Symptom Work as a New Approach to Illness and Disease.” The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, vol. 8/1: 25-33.
________. 2002. “Rank and Salutogenesis: A Quantitative and Empirical Study of Self- Rated Health and Perceived Social Status.” Unpublished Dissertation, Union Institute, Cincinnati, OH.
Reiss, Gary. 2001. Changing Ourselves, Changing the World. Tempe, AZ: New Falcon Press.
______. 2004. Beyond War and Peace in the Arab Israeli Conflict. Eugene, OR: Changing Worlds Press.
______. 2004. Angry Men, Angry Women, Angry World. Eugene, OR: Changing Worlds Press.
Rhea and Emetchi. 1995. “Sustainable Social Activism: A Process Work Perspective.” Journal of Process-oriented Psychology, Vol.7, No.1.
Rose, I. 2004. “Cross-cultural psychotherapy and group work”. Unpublished paper, Pacifica Graduate Institute.
________. 2004. “Conflict, Terrorism and War: Myths and Meaning.” Unpublished paper, Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Sanbower, Martha. 2000. “Deep Democracy. A Learning Journey.” Unpublished Thesis. Portland, Oregon. Process Work Institute Library.
Schuitevoerder, I. 2000. “Process-oriented Dialogue: An Inquiry into Group Work and Conflict Facilitation.” Doctoral Dissertation, University of Western Sydney.
Schuitevoerder, Stephen. 2000. “Process Work Contributions to Men and Power.” Doctoral Dissertation, University of Western Sydney-Hawkesbury, Australia.
Schupbach, Max. “Worldwork – Transformation in Organizations, Communities, Business, and the Public Space.”
________. “Europe, USA and the Carribean – Deep Democracy, Collaboration and Strategy in a Global 500 Company.”
________. “Punks, Businesspeople, Police, Residents & Addicts in an Open Forum in Zurich, Switzerland. Worldwork in Town Meetings: A Case Description.”
________. “Who is the Culprit – Organizational Development in a Prison.”
________. “East and West Germans in Berlin 15 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall Ossies and Wessies in a Worldwork Group Process.”
Shapiro, Rhea. 1996. “Taking Your Meditation Cushion Into the World: Perennial Philosophies and Social Action, A Process Work Perspective.” Unpublished Masters Thesis. Portland, Oregon. Process Work Institute Library.
Summers, Gemma. 1994. “Conflict: A Gateway to Community: Process Oriented Conflict Resolution.” Doctoral Dissertation, Union Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Szymkiewicz-Kowalska, Bogna. 1999. “Working with Polarities, Roles and Timespirits: A Process Oriented Approach to Emotions in Groupwork.” An Interdisciplinary Journal for Working with Groups, vol.11/1.
Vassiliou, Alexandra. 1995. “Listen or Die: The Terrorist as a Role.” Doctoral Dissertation, Union Institute, Cincinnati,. Ohio.
Vassiliou, L. 1999. “On the Path to a Black Tongue: A Greek Woman’s View on Sexism.” Unpublished Thesis, Process Work Institute.
Vassiliou, L. 2002. “Mauthausen: A Journey into History Then and Now.” The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, vol.8/2.
Vikkelsoe, Jytte. 1996. “Beyond Good and Evil. Towards a Process-oriented Criminology.” Doctoral Dissertation, Union Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Weitzel, Tim, and Fujisaki, Ayako.2001. “Clairvoyance: It’s Not Just For Psychics Anymore.” OD Practitioner, vol. 33/3.
Weitzel, Tim, and Had, Gary A. 2000. “Make Friends With the Wild Things – Managing Employees and Overcoming Conflict.” Training and Development, November issue.