PRESENTERS: Drs. Ellen and Max Schupbach
In this three-day seminar, we will demonstrate and practice skills for working with acute and chronic experiences of body symptoms to find their connections to the Dreaming Process, the underlying deeper narrative of your personal journey and development. Awareness and understanding of your deep nature and how it manifests in your current life situation is a key source of information for creativity in your everyday life that can support innovative changes in your professional, relationship and physical lifestyles.
Presenters: Drs Ellen and Max Schupbach
DDI annual 10-day leadership and facilitation intensive
Faculty: Drs Ellen and Max Schupbach and team
April 20-21: Workshop with Drs Amy and Arnold Mindell
April 22: All day staff meeting
April 24-28 Worldwork event
PRESENTERS: Dr. Ruth Weyermann, Dr. Josef Helbling, Dr. Max Schupbach, Dr. Ellen Schupbach
Leadership and facilitation 10-day intensive
Public Fund table
Public Open Forum
At Diversity and Relationship: Focus Empathy Conference
Presenters: Drs Amy and Arny Mindell
Around the world, processwork has helped people with inner work and outer diversity tensions and conflicts. We now realize, that working with yourself and others requires 1st basic trainings, cognitive skills, and also a 2nd Training — or what we understand is a “SACRED-CREATIVE SPACE”. We will focus on Processwork’s basic 1st and (updated) 2nd advanced Training. This new work brings “sacred creative spaces” and “nonlocality” to the foreground of reality. New understandings of quantum nonlocality and the Taoist, Lao’s Tse’s not-doing, will help us “commune with nature” and facilitate inner work, relationships, group, and world tensions.
Presenter: Dr Ellen Schupbach
This is a supervision and learning seminar for coaches, facilitators and leaders and everyone who views their activities on this earth also as a spiritual journey. There will be exercises to do in pairs, and opportunities for participants to work as coach or facilitator in a fishbowl setting to share learning and inspiration.
Presenter: Dr. Pierre Morin
In this workshop we will explore the power of internalized community values andconceptions of health and medicine and their effect on personal, team and communitywell-being. We will reflect on the various normative body, health and identity politicsand introduce skills that foster health of everyone involved. Through an approach calledbig health and big medicine, we will explore new ways of relating to our ownbody/social experiences and relating with health concerns of students, residents andtheir family members.The workshop format will include theory, stories, individual and group exercises, and astime permits, fishbowl demonstrations with participants on specific questions/issuesfrom daily life at Soltane.