Processwork is a cross-disciplinary approach to individual and collective change. It is applied in psychotherapy, dream and body work, conflict resolution, creativity and the arts, mental health, the environment, organisational development and Worldwork. Processwork UK (RSPOPUK) offers publics seminars, a post-graduate UKCP – United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy accredited psychotherapy training programme, a Processwork International Diploma training as well as one year series on specific themes. The annual Foundation Year is intrinsic part of the training and can be taken on its own.

..... what has been before us, why we have come into being, and where our lives are flowing?
This flow has a geometry - the path is an arrow, a vector.
It is, as Jung said 'a story that has no beginning and end'.

Arnold Mindell

Winter Intensive on Innerwork and the Creative Process

Facilitated by: Arlene Audergon Ph.D, Jean-Claude Audergon MSc RSPOPUK Faculty Members

London, 4th to 9th February 2015

Inner work is your contact with the creative process as it arises in all kinds of disturbances ....guiding your personal development, your interactions - with family members, teammates or friends, or your participation and leadership in projects within organisation or community.

Inner work is the orientation and method of Processwork to help you connect to what is emerging inside of you, giving you orientation and direction in your life, including dealing with personal and community difficulties.

It is at the core of a facilitator’s work, whether you are working with individuals, organisations or groups. And it’s at the core of artistic work, whether in theatre, music, movement, visual arts or writing. You could say Inner work is the contact with a sense of meaning.

Have you ever had the joy of watching geese or elk finding their way long distances. Inner work is like having a compass, as we all find our way through the complex systems we are part of ... finding our own way, and our contribution 

This Intensive will focus on:

  • Processwork methods and tools of Inner work, from the original methods to most recent developments
  • Processwork methods of Inner work for meditation
  • Inner work in action: Inner work while in a conflict; Inner work for relationships and love; Inner-work on a physical symptom; Inner work for organisations and community; Inner work in a creative or artistic project
  • Developing a personalised Inner work practice that suits your individual needs, whether that is to set aside time each day and / or while running for the bus

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Belsize Park Tube Station
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Facilitation for Leaders, CFOR’s Annual Training Programme

In collaboration with RSPOPUK. 

Facilitated by Jean-Claude and Arlene Audergon

This CFOR one year Facilitation for Leaders annual training can be taken with some amendments as first year of the diploma programme.

This 6 modular course offers training in facilitation, organisational and community development, diversity awareness and conflict resolution. In past years, participants of this course have tended to be either working or leading within NGOs, human rights and peace-building organisations, community groups, business, social movements, and/or artistic companies.

The course is great for people interested in personal as well as project development. We will focus on leadership qualities and facilitation skills to support you in your work, or in your training, whether you are working independently as a facilitator, or part of a team or organisation.

World Dreaming Workshop

What’s the relationship between your path of heart and your contribution to community and the world?

with Iona Fredenburgh & Milan Bijelic

Date: Sunday 14th December 10-4

Venue: The Centre for Science & Arts, 13 Lansdown, Stroud, GL5 1BB 

What most interests, disturbs or troubles you, that’s going on in the world?

What is most important to you in your own life - either your life as it is now, or as you would like it to be?

We would like to invite you to participate in a creative ‘dreaming’ experience, as we approach the turning point in the year. Aware of the year that’s ending, and the year to come, we will journey into the unknown to unfold our deepest orientation, and discover the resources we need in order to live that in the everyday. 

We will use a Processwork approach, which is both an art and a science bringing awareness to the diverse yet unified field in which we live.

Group Facilitation and Community Building

Facilitated by Arlene Audergon Ph.D and Jean-Claude Audergon MSc
This intensive course is co-sponsored by CFOR and RSPOPUK.  

Six Day Autumn Intensive
London, 5th to 10th October 2014

The essence of this intensive course is the relationship between your personal awareness and your contribution to community.
The course provides training in facilitation skills and conflict resolution for personal, organisational and community development and social movements.

Mornings include inner work, presentations, demonstrations, large group process, debrief and analysis. Afternoons include small group facilitation practice, large group (fishbowl) case studies, discussion and formulation of questions and learning.
It is a chance to grasp the relationship between inner work and collective change, as well as practice  facilitation skills in the kind of environment in which you can stretch your knowledge and skills, and learn, while also having some fun within a dynamic learning community. 

Early bird rate by September 1

Open House Evening Processwork UK

Join us for Presentations and Conversations

London, Novemer 25th at 6:30-9:30 pm

We would like to invite you to our second Open House evening in London.  It's an opportunity to meet  and share questions and discussion about Processwork and our events and training programmes. 

There will be several short presentations from students and faculty on some of the ways we apply Processwork both professionally and personally, and   on some of the research areas we are engaged in.

There will be drinks and light refreshments.


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