Process Work Institute
Jan Dworkin, PhD is a certified Process Worker living in Portland Oregon. One of Arny Mindell’s original students, Jan is a pioneer and co-creator of Process Work theory and practice. She has been developing, researching and refining process work for over twenty years. She serves as Dean of Students for the Process Work Institute’s degree programs and is a senior faculty member of the Diploma program in Process Work as well as the Masters in Conflict Facilitation. She has co-founded and co-authored various Process Work training programs both in the U.S.A. and abroad. She is a co-founder of the Process Work Institute in Portland and the Global Process Institute.
She works as a teacher, therapist and group facilitator and conducts training workshops and public seminars internationally. In her private practice, areas of special expertise include relationship work, sexuality, addictions, eating disorders, creativity and awareness training for athletes.
Jan has been passionate about Worldwork and Conflict Resolution since Arny Mindell’s early experiments with group work in Zurich in the mid 1980s. Her doctoral dissertation, entitled, Group Process Work: A Stage for Personal and Global Development, was completed in 1989 and was one of the first texts written on that theme. She has since written a number of articles on the subject and worked on many conflict resolution projects, town meetings and Worldwork trainings over the last fifteen years.
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