Lynn Lobo is a practicing acupuncturist, artist and awareness facilitator. Born in Pakistan, she now lives in Adelaide, Australia. She completed her Process Work Diploma (MAPW) in Portland Oregon in 2015. Her areas of interest are in bodywork, dreamwork, trauma, diversity training, and the arts. She has worked in Australia, Nepal, Poland, Greece, and the USA. Painting is a core practice for Lynn and she regularly exhibits her work. She loves to collaborate in a creative spirit wherever she can. Her painting website is lynnlobo.com and more can be discovered about her therapy practice at acupuncture-lynnlobo.com.au,
Venetia Bouronikou is a psychologist and certified processworker (MAPW, Dip.PW). She works as a therapist and awareness facilitator with individuals, couples and groups and as a group facilitator and trainer since 2000. She is interested in inner and outer diversity and the wisdom that emerges through following the process. She is always fascinated by the ways that inner life comes together with the collective/world experience and the transformative power of awareness. Venetia has deep interest in the arts and the unique way they help bring awareness, create community and facilitate important social issues.
Dreaming into Community: A Graphic Guidebook to Worldwork
This Poster presents the creative process of a graphic novel based on Worldwork Greece 2017. The purpose of this project has been to provide a creative way for Worldwork participants, and everyone interested in group process, to reflect on, study and learn about Worldwork and large group process. The final product of this research project, a graphic novel, sits on the realm between facilitation and education, providing a meta-view of the social issues and group processes held in Greece, through the relationship process of the two narrators.
Come on a journey with Venetia and Lynn following the dreaming of relationship, community and Worldwork.
Keywords: graphic novel; worldwork; facilitation; education; creativity; meta-view; dreaming; community