PROCESS ORIENTED PSYCHOLOGY

Process Oriented Psychology, also known as process work, was founded by Dr. Arnold Mindell, a physicist and Jungian analyst (integral analytical psychology), in the 70s of the twentieth century. Since then, his...


method develops vigorously, also with the help of an international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators), which are involved in process work and in various studies worldwide. Now Process Oriented Psychology is one of the most dynamic developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. It was one of Mindell's goals to enable a processworker to work with any human experience and with any person, no matter from what part of the world she/he comes from. Process work extends the overall adaptation of psychotherapy. Beside of working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups processworkers work also with world issues. They do not only work with conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, altered and extreme states of consciousness, with people near death and in coma, with spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, but also with politicians, companies and organizations and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ persons, homeless people and ethnic minorities.





DEVELOPMENT OF PROCESS WORK

Process Oriented Psychology, also known as process work, was founded by Dr. Arnold Mindell, a physicist and Jungian analyst (integral analytical psychology), in the 70s of the twentieth century. Since then, his...


method develops vigorously, also with the help of an international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators), which are involved in process work and in various studies worldwide. Now Process Oriented Psychology is one of the most dynamic developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. It was one of Mindell's goals to enable a processworker to work with any human experience and with any person, no matter from what part of the world she/he comes from. Process work extends the overall adaptation of psychotherapy. Beside of working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups processworkers work also with world issues. They do not only work with conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, altered and extreme states of consciousness, with people near death and in coma, with spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, but also with politicians, companies and organizations and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ persons, homeless people and ethnic minorities.





PARADIGM

Process Oriented Psychology, also known as process work, was founded by Dr. Arnold Mindell, a physicist and Jungian analyst (integral analytical psychology), in the 70s of the twentieth century. Since then, his...


method develops vigorously, also with the help of an international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators), which are involved in process work and in various studies worldwide. Now Process Oriented Psychology is one of the most dynamic developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. It was one of Mindell's goals to enable a processworker to work with any human experience and with any person, no matter from what part of the world she/he comes from. Process work extends the overall adaptation of psychotherapy. Beside of working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups processworkers work also with world issues. They do not only work with conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, altered and extreme states of consciousness, with people near death and in coma, with spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, but also with politicians, companies and organizations and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ persons, homeless people and ethnic minorities.





WHAT DOES PROCESS MEAN?

WORLDWORK

The world is a place of many conflicts; poverty, hunger, migration and war are a daily reality for many people. Rapid changes happening in technology and in nature are disturbing and cause that we...


constantly have to adapt to new situations. What value has working on yourself in this context?
Process work offers theoretical and practical concepts that connect individual work with worldwork and help to understand and support global change. POP understands the world as an information channel for us, and we are a channel for the world, through which it expresses itself. What does that mean? All world conflicts are, on a certain level, also our internal conflicts. For example, bodily symptoms and illness are often not only related to our own lifestyle, but also connected to the field, in which we live, to our relationships and our environment. The world, similar to a human, is full of inconsistencies which strive towards integration and development. When the world expresses itself through us, e.g. in form of diseases, problems and conflicts such as racism, xenophobia or homophobia, we can follow this experience in us , raise our consciousness and get new insights and ideas about it. Working on ourselves and global problems, we do not only change ourselves, but also the field, where we live in, the world. We can also discover, what role do we have in this world and what might be our contribution to it. Some of us may write, study, paint or sing. Others might get involved politically, socially or chose to meditate. There is no one way for everyone. Each person has their own individual place in this universe.





Worldwork is called Process Oriented Psychology adapted to work with small and large groups, communities and organizations and is concentrated on community building. Wherever people try to create a...


better community and care for the rights of others, we are doing worldwork. Process work methods of working with the world are used in urban debates (open forums), in international conflicts, in business and in organizations dealing with education and spiritual practice. Worldwork is also the name of international gatherings that take place every other year in various places around the world (in 2014 in Warsaw). For several days, hundreds of people with diverse ethnic and national backgrounds work together on hot global topics such as racism, sexism and homophobia, climate change and ecology, abuse and rank, war and the need for revenge, but also on aspects such as improving communication flow, building community and opportunities for further cooperation. These meetings are held in the spirit of deep democracy and facilitated by Arny and Amy Mindell with the help of an international team of processworkers and process work teachers.





FAQ

Process Oriented Psychology, also known as process work, was founded by Dr. Arnold Mindell, a physicist and Jungian analyst (integral analytical psychology), in the 70s of the twentieth century. Since then, his...


method develops vigorously, also with the help of an international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators), which are involved in process work and in various studies worldwide. Now Process Oriented Psychology is one of the most dynamic developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. It was one of Mindell's goals to enable a processworker to work with any human experience and with any person, no matter from what part of the world she/he comes from. Process work extends the overall adaptation of psychotherapy. Beside of working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups processworkers work also with world issues. They do not only work with conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, altered and extreme states of consciousness, with people near death and in coma, with spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, but also with politicians, companies and organizations and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ persons, homeless people and ethnic minorities.





DEEP DEMOCRACY

Process Oriented Psychology, also known as process work, was founded by Dr. Arnold Mindell, a physicist and Jungian analyst (integral analytical psychology), in the 70s of the twentieth century. Since then, his...


method develops vigorously, also with the help of an international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators), which are involved in process work and in various studies worldwide. Now Process Oriented Psychology is one of the most dynamic developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. It was one of Mindell's goals to enable a processworker to work with any human experience and with any person, no matter from what part of the world she/he comes from. Process work extends the overall adaptation of psychotherapy. Beside of working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups processworkers work also with world issues. They do not only work with conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, altered and extreme states of consciousness, with people near death and in coma, with spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, but also with politicians, companies and organizations and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ persons, homeless people and ethnic minorities.





"Deep democracy is based on the feeling that the world helps us to become fully ourselves, and we help the world to become a whole."

Arnold Mindell

GROUP PROCESS

Process Oriented Psychology, also known as process work, was founded by Dr. Arnold Mindell, a physicist and Jungian analyst (integral analytical psychology), in the 70s of the twentieth century. Since then, his...


method develops vigorously, also with the help of an international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators), which are involved in process work and in various studies worldwide. Now Process Oriented Psychology is one of the most dynamic developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. It was one of Mindell's goals to enable a processworker to work with any human experience and with any person, no matter from what part of the world she/he comes from. Process work extends the overall adaptation of psychotherapy. Beside of working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups processworkers work also with world issues. They do not only work with conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, altered and extreme states of consciousness, with people near death and in coma, with spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, but also with politicians, companies and organizations and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ persons, homeless people and ethnic minorities.





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