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May 20, 2016

Embodied Facilitation and Leadership Training

2 24 2016 9 54 PM Office Lens

Embodiment is your best resource as a facilitator or leader. We need facilitators who can navigate through the unknown reaches of the unknown by addressing experiences that can’t be thought about but show up in your body. Your body offers wisdom when you come to the limit of thinking things through. It helps you follow your unique path as a facilitator allowing you to use your power effectively.

Embodiment offers a set of skills that allows you to relinquish a static perception of a situation and find unexpected solutions. In this weekend course we will use movement, body feelings, language and creativity to explore the power of embodiment.

This Process Work workshop welcomes people facilitating individuals in counseling, psychology, mediation and coaching. It is for those working with groups or in positions of leadership in business and communities.

Process Work founded by Arny Mindell and his colleagues, is based on the principle that the solution to problems comes through a profound awareness of what is happening and helping to complete i

Kate Jobe, MA, Certified Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analysts, Registered Somatic Movement Therapist/Educator, Dip. P.O. Psych.


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January 12, 2016

Processwork Movement Work: a brief exploration

Here’s a short introduction to Processwork Movement work. It refers to some technical aspects of the work, if they don’t make sense don’t worry, just enjoy the case examples, in any case they will be more useful. This post is one slice of the movement work pie which is rich and diverse. I hope you enjoy!

The Nature of Movement

Every channel that we work with in Processwork offers an important element to the tapestry of the approach and to unfolding experience. The movement channel’s special contribution Read more ›

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June 16, 2014

Writing Block Dreamwork

Writing BlockI have had a writing block for most of my life. I can’t count the times that I’ve had an impulse, even the need to write about the learning and ideas that fascinate me. Countless people have said to me, “You have to write, you are doing such interesting stuff.” I’ve worked on it numerous times, yet I am still plagued with something like a faulty gene that won’t let me write.

Recently a friend told me that she remembered Arny Mindell saying that if you have a depression take on an impossible task. Read more ›

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