WE WANT TO SAY THANKS TO ALL TEACHERS from all over Europe who have generously given their availability for the co-creation and conduction of the first italian Foundation Year 2015-2016 of training in Process Work and Deep Democracy
HERE IS OUR INTERNATIONAL TEAM OF TEACHERS!
Dr. phil. REINI HAUSER
‘The key to the solution lies in the conflict itself’
Process Oriented Psychlogy (ASP), coach, trainer and facilitator, member of the board of the Institute of Processwork (IPA) in Zurich. For 25 years he’s been supporting the processes of development and change with people, relationships, teams, organizations and leaders in business and universities (including ETH Zurich). He has led training courses and seminars in over 30 countries, including B Zist. Monaco of Bavaria, Moscow and St. Petersburg (Russia), Dublin (Ireland), New York and Portland (USA). Reini is married and lives with his family in Zurich. Languages: D, E, F. http://www.reinihauser.net.
Bogna Szymkiewicz, Ph.D. has been teaching for over 30 years at the Institute of Applied Social Sciences, University of Warsaw. She holds diploma in Process Work from Zurich, and a degree in clinical psychology. She works with clients in private practice, facilitates groups and teaches Process Work internationally. She is a co-founder of Process Work School in Poland, where she teaches and gives supervision regularly. As a researcher and author of articles and books, she participates in many conferences. Her publications include: “Wounded States of Consciousness. About Pain, Anger and Unconscious use of Power in Relationships” (in Polish, English version soon), “Deeper into the Soul. beyond Dementia and Alzheimer’s towards Forgetfulness Care” (co-writer); “Process Work: Theory and Practice” (editor of the anthology, in Polish) , and many articles. Bogna has 23-years old twin daughters and a funny dog Pepi. She lives in Warsaw, Poland. More on www.bogna.eu/en
GILL EMSLIE, Dipl. Process Work is an international facilitator, trainer and executive coach and consultant working with organizational development, leadership, peace building and conflict facilitation. She teaches and works in diverse settings ranging from the NGO and social and environmental justice sector, to business and local government, in Europe, Latin America and SE Asia, facilitating in-depth training programmes and working directly with leadership teams. Gill has also spent several years living and working with indigenous people in remote areas of the Earth and this has awoken in her a particular love for bio-cultural diversity and concern about its current predicament. When she is not travelling Gill lives in the Findhorn Foundation ecovillage which is an NGO providing training on issues of global concern related to sustainability, environment, peace, shelter and the creation of a sustainable world. She’s also a faculty member of RSPOPUK (Research Society for Process Oriented Psychology in the United Kingdom) in London.
She has taught leadership development and conflict facilitation at undergraduate and post graduate levels and was a senior manager of the Findhorn Foundation, an NGO providing training on issues of global concern related to sustainability, environment, peace and shelter, whose programs are endorsed by the United Nations. She co-founded the Findhorn Consultancy Service in 1999, and is currently engaged in doctoral studies at the department of Natural Design in the University of Dundee. Gill’s consultancy clients include: PricewaterhouseCoopers, Standard Life, National Children’s Bureau, Equal Exchange, Business in the Community Ireland and Greenpeace International. Some of her Spanish-speaking clients include: El Collegio de Abogados Zaragoza, The International Institute of Facilitation and Change, Aldeas SOS Infantiles and AOPEB Bolivia.
Ana Rhodes Castro
Ana is an organisational consultant, trainer, executive coach and transpersonal Psychotherapist. She is also in the final stages of the jouney of completing her Diploma based in Process Oriented Phycology (POP),
For the last 10 years has worked as a trainer and coach in diverse settings ranging from the Findhorn Eco village in Scotland, Uk ,USA, Italy to Universities in Latin America . She has taught a diversity of subjects such as conflict facilitation, leadership and communication skills , Evolution and Colaboratio studies in systems and small or big groups as well as more theraputic subjects specializing in Crisis internetion and Extreame states of conciousness. Ana is fluent in both Spanish and English.
Ana Rhodes Castro has been living in the Findhorn Foundation (www.findhorn.org ) since 1994. During this time she has worked in a variety of areas within the organization. She was a member of the Central Management team over the last ten years, five of those spent being responsible for the area of Spiritual and Personal Development. This consisted of internal trainings, conflict facilitation, supervision and other internal structures that support the Findhorn Foundation to function gracefully and efficiently at an individual and collective level. In February 2009 till 2014 she became the Chair of Management/ CEO of the Findhorn Foundation and held that position for 5 years .
This included taking responsibility for the overall performance of the Management team, chairing meetings and liaising and preparing reports for the Trustees, leading an organisation of 200 people while also carrying out regular supervision and appraisal of all management areas and staff.
One of Ana’s greatest passions is maximizing the inherent potential of individuals, groups and organisations in a way that is supportive and enhances the natural leadership that lives in people.
She’s also one of the teachers available to give therapy sessions to students.
PETER AMMANN is a psychologist, graduated in Processwork at the Research Society for Process Oriented Psychology of United Kingdom (RSPOPUK) in London where he is also a faculty member and psychotherapist accredited UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy) and palliative care worker with German accreditation. He works in London where he currently lives, and gives lectures and seminars in various European countries.
He is also the author of the book “Reaching out to People in Comatose States – Contact and Communication”: an extensive survey and the first explorative empirical study of awareness in comatose states and the possibility of contact and communication with comatose patients in a neurological intensive care unit setting using Process-oriented Coma Work methods developed by Arnold Mindell. www.Processwork-Ammann.com