Process Work is a cross-disciplinary approach to individual and collective change. It is an evolving paradigm that was developed in the 1970's and 1980's when Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian analyst in Zurich, Switzerland, and his colleagues and students, began researching illness as a meaningful expression of the unconscious mind.
Also known as Process Oriented Psychology, Process Work offers new ways of working with areas of life that are experienced as problematic or painful. Physical symptoms, relationship problems, group conflicts and social tensions, when approached with curiosity and respect, can lead to new information that is vital for our personal or collective growth.
With its roots in Jungian psychology, Taoism and physics, Process Work believes that the solution to a problem is contained within the disturbance itself and provides a practical framework through which individuals, couples, families and groups can connect with greater awareness and creativity.
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Training in Process Work is available at a number of locations throughout the world.