Formal students in the RSPOPUK programme study in two distinct phases of learning. In Phase I the emphasis is on knowledge and basic skills and at the end of this period the student takes a series of 'live' exams.
The student then enters Phase II of the training and after undertaking a series of gateway seminars that prepare them for practice they begin (under supervision) as psychotherapists and facilitators of Process Work. This list below is of students who are currently practising, seeing clients in private practice; many are also working with groups and organisations, actively researching and running workshops.
Process Work phase II student, psychologist and alternative health practitioner in private office in Wuppertal, working with individuals, couple, families and groups. He internationally gives courses in Process Work and brought up several projects teaching process-oriented coma work. He is also a teacher in craniosacral therapy.
Wuppertal, +49 (0) 202 705 33 22
William is a facilitator with the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP), which holds weekend workshops for groups in the community and in prisons (worldwide).
His interests are (1) the confluence of shamanism and rationalism as ways of being in the world;
(2) improvised dance and performance as awareness practices for individual, dyad or group;
(3) spontaneous movement and deep bodywork;
(4) intentional community living;
(5) singing -- which part of ourself sings?
He is researching the theory of Process Work from a mathematical perspective and the genesis of mathematical archetypes from a Process Work perspective.
I am a phase II student with a background in conflict facilitation and a passion for questions around self-esteem, sexuality, relationship and trauma. I work with individuals, couples and groups and offer trainings for companies. My work is motivated by the belief that watering yourself down to please or to fit in or to not offend anyone makes life painful and dull. There is deep joy in being true to yourself and discovering and sharing those parts of your Self that make you unique.
I practice in London and non-locally on the phone and skype.
07 981 623 981
Dipl. cand PW, clinical psychologist and Jungian psychotherapist
Kirsten practices in Bonn, Germany and non-locally by phone.
Since 2001 she works for the university hospital of Bonn giving psychological support to women and couples through the decision process after prenatal diagnosis and abortion and in grief processes after still birth. She teaches and supervises counsellors, midwives and medical doctors and gives workshops and speeches in the field of abortion and ethical dilemmas. Kirsten has written diverse articles in professional journals. Her first book, “Praenataldiagnostik und psychosoziale Beratung – aus der Praxis für die Praxis” was released in 2009 by Schattauer. She is currently writing her second book, What to do with a Prenatal Diagnosis? - an advice book for pregnant women and their families, which will also be published in English.
Kirsten is interested in conflict facilitation, exploring ethical dilemmas, life-death issues and effects of family trauma and taboo of perpetration of offense in the Holocaust.
Phone +49 (0)228 2422465
Sylwia Kiro Zabinska