You can be involved with and study Process Work at any level. Most Process Work training seminars and classes, in the UK and other countries, are open and welcome anyone interested in the work. You can attend one seminar or as many as you want. There is no requirement that you should register as a formal student.
In the UK you can also be involved in Process Work by joining RSPOPUK, the Research Society for Process Oriented Psychology. This is the national body for Process Work, founded here in 1988. As well as coordinating training, RS POP UK supports research projects in community and statutory agencies and acts as a network, keeping those interested in touch with what is happening here.
As an ordinary member of RS POP UK, you will receive information about seminars, our annual programme of events, can borrow Process Work videos and dissertations, and vote on issues at our annual General Assembly.
The mentoring system is open to students, non-students and certified process workers. It does not lead to a qualification. Rather, it provides an opportunity for you to create a supportive structure together with a chosen mentor or advisor, (a certified process worker), enabling you to apply Process Work in a project pursuing some special interest. Your mentor will work with you on your dreams, ideas and goals, to develop a time-limited course of study and final project.