• What is Processwork?

    Welcome to The Edge, a blog about Processwork in all its applications and manifestations.  As a practice and theory of human experience, those applications are unlimited and as varied as all the individuals and groups who make use of it.  I hope these posts, by Processworkers in different walks of life

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  • The Spirit of Conflict

    By Ger Halpin “Conflict is a gateway to a deepening of relationship with myself, with others, and the world.” I’m afraid (in fact I’m terrified) to speak about the spirit of war and conflict, especially at a time when there is so much suffering and fear in the world.  I

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  • Arnold Mindell: Spring 2019

    Join Dr. Arnold Mindell on two Fridays in May to REDISCOVER WHY ARE YOU HERE; the Mystery of Aging, Love and Purpose. May 24 & May 31, 3.30-6.30pm.  Also join the evening case supervision May 24, 7.30pm, for a unique opportunity to observe and interact as Dr Mindell provides live

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  • Master of Art in Process-Oriented Facilitation and Conflict Studies – Next cohort Fall 2019 find out more

    The MA in Process-oriented Facilitation and Conflict Studies (MAPOF) teaches students to facilitate inner psychology and world problems. Our graduates work in leadership, organizations, counseling, coaching, and as mediators and facilitators in community and global contexts. Our vision is to teach people how to relate to themselves and each other, even

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Winter Intensive 2020! January 19th – February 20th, 2020

Join us in 2020 for the 35th Annual Winter Intensive! The Process Work Institute invites you to join us for our 35th Annual Winter Intensive Course to be held at the Process Work Institute in Portland, Oregon. The course offers a unique opportunity to learn Process Work in an intensive format and within an international group setting. The course includes Process Work’s many applications and its most recent developments, and it is designed as an adult learning event. Participants will learn and study together by means of theory, experiential exercises, and group processes. Since the