4 supervision classes june 9-30, 2022

Tulips in Snow: Traumawork Case Supervision with Emetchi

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Tulips in snow can appear to us as beautiful, fragile, hardy, doomed or blessed, depending on the eyes that we look through.

How we look influences what we see and therefore the meaning we create. This is very true around trauma issues. 
  • June 9: 10-12noon 
    June 16: 4-6 pm
    June 23: 10-12 noon
    June 30: 4-6 pm
    Pacific time zone
  • Recordings available until July 15, 2022
  • Training time: 8 hours
  • Level: Advanced
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Join this course to:
  • refresh how you apply process-oriented structural thinking, 
  • help you deepen your use of client dream material, 
  • learn how to therapeutically use unusual or dream experiences the practitioner has about their client,
  • understand from an overview where the client is in their process. 

Along the way allow for unexpected pockets of trauma awareness information that pop up from our discussion of cases.

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Deepen your practice

This course is suitable for processwork practitioners, graduates or near-graduates from any PW school and for seasoned practitioners who regularly use Processwork. 

If wondering whether this course is a good “fit” for you, please contact Emetchi directly: emetchi@mindspring.com to check in.  

Participants will receive a protocol to use when preparing a case to present. Supervision cases will be selected by a mix of Consensus Reality urgency and by spinning the pen.
Meet the instructor


Emetchi is a longtime Processwork Diplomate living in Portland, Oregon; a teacher, therapist, facilitator, supervisor and mentor who works inside the US and internationally. She has experience working in private and government settings with marginalised groups and mainstream establishments, and is comfortable working in private practice, with small communities and organisations as well as doing street work. In Sydney, Australia Emetchi was part of the first HIV prevention streetworking team and earlier co-created the first Child Sexual assault and Incest recovery center. For some years now she has considered the Tao That Cannot Be Spoken to be her first employer and tries to balance allegiance to this with paying her bills. She travels less these days as body symptoms, aging, creative pulls and the environmental downside of travel gain traction. Her passion for the PW paradigm deepens as Life continually creates opportunities to tweak her edges and grow her comprehension of Deep Democracy in action and the blessed gift of living dreaming while awake.
Patrick Jones - Course author

Important Participation Information

Privacy & Recordings

Workshops are recorded to provide on demand access and the opportunity to review and study deeply over time.   If you speak or show your camera, you will become part of the recording, available to other enrolled participants via the course site.  Recordings available until July 15, 2022.


Courses are offered as a confidential, adult learning environment. Participant privacy and confidentiality is extremely important for everyone's safety and learning. Please ensure that you keep other participant's personal information private and confidential and do not share identifying details beyond the course participant group. 

Experiential Training

Courses are offered as a confidential, adult learning environment focused on personal and community transformation. The activities may elicit emotional and psychological stress. If you have experienced psychological difficulties either in the past or present that may impact your participation, please consider carefully if this event is right for you. While all care is taken to support individuals, each person is responsible for their own needs and boundaries. By registering, you agree to take personal responsibility for your experience and to seek out support if you need it. 

English Language

Courses are taught in English, with an awareness and sensitivity to the experience of those for whom English may be a second (or third or fourth) language. We welcome a multilingual group and ask for shared awareness of the challenges of using English when it is a second language. Participants should ensure they are comfortable with their own level of understanding of English conversation and instruction.