• PWI Open House hosted by Ingrid Rose & Rhea Shapiro

    Applying Processwork to Creativity and the Arts In-person at PWI & Online – NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED hosted by Ingrid Rose & Rhea Shapiro With Niyati Evers, Nora Hajos and Nathaniel Holder   Tuesday, February 25th, 2020 7:00-8:30pm PST at the Process Work Institute & online https://zoom.us/j/656356503 Join us for an

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  • Sharing the Handprint: How Processwork Holds Me to My Dream

    By Jon Biemer August 21st, 2019 is a date I will remember.  This is when I received an offer from Rowman & Littlefield to publish From Footprints to Handprints: Creating Sustainability to Heal Our Planet.  How did I focus and stay the course long enough to reach this point of

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  • TRU 2020 (July 13-17, 2020)

    This 5-day intensive workshop is for teens aged 14-18 who want to develop their leadership capacity, build new friendships, impact their communities, and have fun doing it! Teens will engage in creative activities to increase personal power, find their unique gifts, build communication skills, strengthen relationship and facilitate conflict within

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  • Upcoming Courses

    Please take a look at our upcoming courses. https://www.processwork.edu/upcoming-courses/

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  • Process Work in Practice: Free Introductory Classes

    Join Dawn Menken for Process Work in Practice: Free Introductory Classes These free one-hour classes will present a Process Work approach to working with a variety of themes that emerge in our lives and in private practice. These short sessions are meant to introduce the public to a variety of

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Sharing the Handprint: How Processwork Holds Me to My Dream

By Jon Biemer August 21st, 2019 is a date I will remember.  This is when I received an offer from Rowman & Littlefield to publish From Footprints to Handprints: Creating Sustainability to Heal Our Planet.  How did I focus and stay the course long enough to reach this point of fruition?  I have Processwork to thank for that. Competing Passions I felt pulled in two seemingly incompatible directions.  The idea of getting a PhD with a cross emphasis in sustainability and spirituality intrigued me, even though I had no inclination to use it for consulting