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Psychotherapy and Seminars

What is Processwork?

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Processwork (Process Oriented Psychology, POP) is a psychotherapeutic method that originated from C. G. Jung’s depth psychology, contemporary physics, the philosophy of Taoism and a number of other paradigms in science and culture. It provides a framework for studying, working with and overcoming limits of individual and collective identity. It is a practical tool for change facilitation.

Processwork deals with the flow of experiences, and at the same time is a philosophy and a method for resolving personal and social conflicts.

Read more about Processwork at the Process Work Institute, and have a look at the resources, books and links to institutions.

The founder of Processwork is Arnold Mindell, a Jungian analyst, psychologist and physicist. Together with a group of colleagues he has for the last forty years been developing this unique method and approach to working with people.