The big picture (seen on good days) is that communities and whole societies are becoming more conscious. We don’t have to simply repeat the patterns and traumas of history, but can build a different future.

Our experience is that it takes that commitment and interest to grow in our self-awareness (whether as individuals, organisations or society), so that we don’t just fall unwittingly into the very problems we’re trying to resolve.

If the status quo is that we feel swallowed into a polarised field – often furious and right – a new mindset involves trying to facilitate these dynamics, rather than drown in them. This takes a discipline and compassion to process your own personal history, reactions, limits and conflicts, in order to model pathways forward, and to facilitate awareness in community.

You tap into a deeper dimension, or underlying vitality that is within each of us, and within our communities for finding pathways through the complexity of problems we face together…

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ProcessworkUK and CFOR’s next Intensive in London
The World Inside Out: Processwork and Worldwork 9-day Intensive,
Jan 30th - Feb 7th 2020
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Annual Facilitation for leaders course with a new structure
Modular Training Course in London, late January to early May 2020
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Events and News

Reports

Please find our 2018 Rwanda report here.

Films

New film Series -  Stopping the World: Worldwork in Rwanda
Episode: Perpetrators and Youth

See other films.

Worldwork 2020 - Vancouver, BC Canada: May 23-28, 2020

Pre-conference Seminar: Drs. Amy & Arny Mindell May 20-21
Post-conference Seminar: Drs. Ellen & Max Schupbach May 29
Please find more here.

Blogposts

Blog about National Memorial for Peace and Justice & Legacy Museum, Montgomery USA.

Publications

Article: ‘Contribution of worldwork methodology for violence prevention and community recovery after mass violence: An example from Rwanda’, in Psychotherapy and Politics International, John Wiley and Sons. (You can see our publications here.)

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