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SUPERVISION INTENSIVE

September 18 @ 9:30 am - September 23 @ 6:30 pm

SUPERVISION INTENSIVE

CONFLICT SKILLS

SEMINAR with Reini Hauser and Gill Emslie

Processwork focuses on the wisdom of process and unravels resources and evolutionary cues in the difficulties themselves. It views disturbances as a royal road to individuation, the desire to change and to getting in touch with marginalised experiences and deeper meanings. 

At the heart of Processwork, it is specific feeling attitudes in our relationships and a deeper connection to our own inner process as facilitators, counselors or therapists which are key values we build upon in the work with tasks in session. 

In this seminar, the emphasis is on live supervision in the methodology of Processwork. Students unfold their personal and unique facilitation styles and experiment with contrary (anti-) styles to further the process while being present, in touch with themselves and the client in interactive and feedback-oriented ways.

Students will enhance their competencies on how to precisely follow the client’s experience through feeling, sensing and moving, through fantasy, dreams and relational experiences as well as connecting the personal with larger cultural and social issues.

The learning / focus includes:

  • multiple access techniques to the dreaming process;
  • amplification of signals in the various channels experiences manifest; 
  • learning to recognize edges and working with this so-called resistance; 
  • practice closure and transfer of the learning integration into everyday life. 

This highly experiential training will offer you the opportunity to focus on your growth limitations as a Processwork student, Process oriented facilitator, counselor or therapist. We can’t wait to be together in this collective learning experience!

    THE SUPERVISORS

    Reini Hauser, Ph.D., is an accredited psychotherapist, supervisor, coach and group facilitator and has been teaching Processwork for 30 years world-wide. He works with clients, couples and groups in private practice in Zurich. 

    Gill Emslie

    Dipl. Process Work  is an international facilitator, trainer and executive coach and consultant working with organizational development, leadership,  peace building and conflict facilitation. She teaches and works in diverse settings ranging from  the NGO and social and environmental justice sector, to business and local government, in Europe,  Latin America and SE Asia, facilitating in-depth training programmes and working directly with  leadership teams.

    ORGANISATION, DATES AND TIMES

    The Seminar will be held in person at Villa Majnoni Baldovinetti (association Naturalmente Crescendo) Via Mazzana 1 – Marti, Pisa, Italy.

    Sunday 18 to Friday 23 September 2022

    Times: 9:30–13:30 / 15:30–18:30 (2 hours lunch break)

    Thursday afternoon free.

    INFO AND TICKETS

    The seminar will be held in English and Italian and is open to Students of Arte del Processo School.

    The seminar fee is 600€.

    Students of other Process Work School can participate in this supervision intensive at the cost of 620€ which includes 20€ of annual membership fee.

    In order to register, click on the boxes here below and buy your ticket via paypal/credit card (a small supplement is requested) or via bank transfer.

    SIGN UP WITH PAY PAL OR CREDIT CARD

    Book your place via Eventbrite, CLICK HERE (a small commission will be added to the transaction).

    SIGN UP BY BANK TRANSFER

    Make a bank transfer of 600€ (620€ with membership fee 20€) addressed to:

    Associazione Arte del Processo, Via XXV Aprile 10, Castelfiorentino (FI) – Italy

    IBAN: IT08C0501802800000012398665

    SWIFT/BIC: CCRTIT2T84A

    Object: Registration + Seminar Title + Name and Surname

    If you are unable to attend in person, you will be able to follow the seminar remotely.

    Send a copy of the payment and your personal and contact details (name, surname, email, tel) to: info@processworkitalia.com

    Details

    Start:
    September 18 @ 9:30 am
    End:
    September 23 @ 6:30 pm