One-Year Processwork Programmes
Bodywork and Complementary Health Care
Processwork’s contribution to Bodywork and Complementary Healthcare
Facilitated by Arlene and Jean-Claude Audergon, assisted by Peter Ammann
‘Body-mind awareness for facilitators, including working with symptoms, illness and life transitions and involving the wider system – family, community and systemic issues of public health’
One-year programmes are for professional practitioners wanting to learn about Processwork’s contribution to the field, as well as for those heading into the field. The One-year Programme stands alone or can be taken as the first leg of the Processwork Diploma programme and UKCP accredited Psychotherapy Training.
This ‘one year’ course runs for 15 months from February 2016 – May 2017. It begins with the 6 day Intensive 9th-14th February 2016, and continues with 7 additional modules. The venue for the Intensive is NW3 in London. The additional modules will take place at our premises at the Old Hampstead Town Hall, NW3
Whether from your own personal and family experiences, or in your work as a health practitioner, you may have felt an underlying life force or sense of meaning that transcends everyday notions of good health. With tools and skills to observe and unfold information in the body – body signals and symptoms can provide a vital access to emerging patterns and one’s orientation to life’s next stages.
The focus of this course will be on developing your perceptual awareness as facilitator to be able to work with body experiences, symptoms and illness, and to facilitate the wider system – family, community and systemic issues of public health.
This course springs from our wish to pass on facilitation skills related to body-mind awareness that have meant the world to us personally – for our own sense of meaning in life, and for our ability to facilitate and contribute to individual clients, families and community.
For more information about the course, see the online brochure.