Introduction to Process Work
FOUR-WEEK TRAINING PROGRAM – BLOCK 1
Things happen for a reason
Four-week training program – Block 1
Join us for this four week training program focussed on learning the foundational skills and theory of Process Work, while discovering more about yourself, your relationships and the world.
All workshops run from 10am-12pm (Melbourne time) and will be held online via ZOOM platform. The fee for the four-week series is $160 or you can attend individual sessions for $50 each.
MONDAY, 15TH JUNE, 10AM – 12 NOON (AEST)
Process Work is about the flow of information. In any given context there is a vast amount of information in flow – learning how to identify the structure of this information flow is essential to all Process Work applications, it tells us what to work with and how to work with it.
In this workshop, learn how to differentiate different kinds of information and communication signals to determine the most potent direction of growth for yourself, a client or a group.
CHANNELS AND AMPLIFICATION TECHNIQUES
MONDAY, 22ND JUNE, 10AM – 12 NOON (AEST)
One of the basic skills of Process Work is unfolding sensory based information signals in the channels they occur in – visual, auditory, proprioception, movement.
In this workshop, learn the techniques to work in these different channels to unfold meaningful yet marginalized experiences that bring creative, surprising and powerful interventions to our everyday life issues.
WORKING AT THE EDGE
MONDAY, 29TH JUNE, 10AM – 12 NOON (AEST)
Process Work primarily works at the edge between the known and unknown worlds of individuals and groups, building a bridge between the two. These edges are important yet complex learning spaces involving inner conflicts, risk, competing agendas, and social marginality.
In this workshop, learn how to identify the information signals that indicate you, your client, or your group are at the edge, and how to work with that edge to enable more awareness and growth.
MONDAY, 6TH JULY, 10AM – 12NOON (AEST)
In this fourth workshop, we bring together the learning of the first three and process together, using the Process Work Group Process model, the emergent processes within the group, whilst learning more about how to facilitate Group Process and Deep Democracy.
Liz Scarfe is an IAPOP accredited Process Work Diplomate with over 20 years experience delivering personal and professional development workshops. She operates a private therapy practice in Melbourne and is the Executive Director of Australia New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology and a teaching faculty member of the Process Work Institute of India.
Grzegorz Zielinski is a Certified Psychotherapist. He also has a Certificates in Process Oriented Coaching and Process Oriented Facilitation, from the Institute of Process Psychology Poland (IPP). Grzegorz is a faculty member of Australia New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology, Institute of Process Psychology Poland, and the Process Work Institute of India.