September 6-8, 2019
DREAMING OF A WORLD OF RELATIONSHIPS: how to navigate in open and multicultural systems?
with Reini Hauser and Bogna Szymkiewicz
Do you dream of a connected world, a community of belonging in which to feel accepted? Do you sometimes realise that you are tense, reactive or perhaps even angry and violent when faced with insurmountable differences represented by someone from another culture or another worldview?
Current developments and current cultural, social and political dynamics force us more than ever to face the differences and conflicts associated with them.They not only ask us to become more aware of diversity but to open to it within ourselves and within others. From there we can build communities that represent greater diversity and sustainability moving from one-sidedness and hegemony to a world based on Deep Democracy.
During the workshop, and under the supervision and guidance of Reini Hauser and Bogna Szymkiewicz, (both ProcessWork graduates and psychotherapists with over 30 years of experience), together we will work with:
- Group dynamics and collective issues.
- Emphasis on conflict procedures, including our internal conflicts, and our relational and group conflicts.
- Power and dynamics of rank and interaction with conflict
- Discover the resources that exist within diversity.
- Developing a set of tools with which to facilitate groups.
Who is the seminar for?
The open workshop format consisting of the first three days allows interested people to learn more about the ProcessWork methodology developed by Arnold and Amy Mindellan interdisciplinary method that enriches the traditional therapeutic approach that embraces an awareness of the transpersonal and systemic dimensions, exploring the social components, and the cultural and political issues that emerge in groups and interactions.
In particular, this seminar, addresses amongst others, the principle and practice oflistening to all the voiceseven the most marginalised ones, in order to reveal the messages contained in these voices. We are speaking to:
- Teachers working in schools in contact with children of various geographical origins and cultural backgrounds.
- Parents stuck in the roles that struggle to understand and listen to the most hidden voices of their children, and for this reason they can misunderstand the messages and more generally the communication.
- Social workers, in contact with marginalised communities, women's associations, children, refugees.
- Psychologists and psychotherapists interested in deepening the ProcessWork methodology and process-oriented psychology.
- Operators of the artistic and cultural sector.
- Possible future members of the school who wish to breathe the energy and content of our workshops, learn about the teachers and exchange words and experiences with current students!
Dates and workshop times
Friday 6 September 15.00 - 19.00
Saturday 7 September 9.30 - 13.00 / 15.00 - 19.00
Sunday 8 September 9.30 - 13.00
Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 - Reserved for school members
Friday 6 September, from 11.30-13.30there will be an introductory lesson to Processwork and a presentation of the school.
All seminar members are invited to the open school and will be able to take advantage of these two free hours to approach the ProcessWork methodology, learning the basics and experimenting with a mini group process.
The workshop will take place at:
Piazzale Luigi Cadorna, 34
36061 Bassano del Grappa (VI)
INFO AND REGISTRATION
Are you interested in participating and want more information or would you like to register?
Fill out the form and immediately receive an informative brochure with all the details of the workshop and of the free school.
There is a discounted participation fee on the workshop for the first three members and there is a promotional discount available for anyone who brings a friend along!
In the brochure you will find all the information.
Important: The places at the workshop and at the open school are limited.
Sign up as soon as possible following the instructions in the brochure to guarantee your participation.