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EXPERIENCE PROCESSWORK: The Sampler Series
Browse a library of recordings presenting a Processwork approach to working with a variety of themes that emerge in our lives and in private practice. These sessions introduce the public to a variety of Process Work applications and include ideas that can enhance learning for students and practitioners.
Great Love, the Land and Ancient Connection (Stan and Ann) starts April 20
Feeling, at times, overwhelmed, sometimes hopeless, depressed even, wondering what’s the use? This class can help you turn ‘overwhelm’ to useful in our own inner lives and interactions with family & community. Especially important: our personal connection to and nurturing of the earth. Shamanic cultures, including those of our elders and ancestors, hold potential patterns for reciprocal communion with nature, including human nature. Join us in explorations at depth in relating to ourselves, each other, and the earth. Three classes Tuesdays 12noon - 2pm (Pacific Time Zone) April 20, May 18, June 15, 2021
Stan Tomandl & Ann Jacob
Amy Mindell-Song of Your Unique Facilitator Style
Join Amy Mindell for the art of facilitating individuals and organizations. The art of facilitating individuals and organizations is not only a matter of skills...but a matter of the way our skills are brought to life through our unique styles. Though your particular style is one of your greatest gifts, it is often not well known to you!In this 3-hour online class, we will explore a central aspect of your unique facilitation style. You will experience your style in the form of a special "SONG" that arises out of your deepest nature. When you consciously "tune into" that song, you will discover greater creativity in your work, less burnout, and your skills will be more effective. There will be a mixture of theory, discussion, innerwork and dyad experiments. The class will be useful for all types of facilitators including new and advanced therapists, group facilitators, coaches, teachers, students-in-training, and other helpers.
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