New Frontiers in Process Work: Embracing the Edge brought together a host of international and Irish presenters & delegates, with an exciting and innovative programme of key note speeches, symposiums , presentations and workshops.
Process Oriented Psychology Ireland CLG, hosted the IAPOP RESEARCH CONFERENCE ‘ New Frontiers in Process Work:Embracing the Edge’, in the Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland. Thank you so much to everyone who attended and shared their wisdom, knowledge, insights and skills with each other…
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As part of the programme we are held two exciting events –
‘Democracy Doc Theatre’ with Elena Margo & Molly Flynn, took place on 5th May in the Carlisle West Hall. For more information on what Democracy Doc is all about, go to democracydoc.com.
‘Encounters in the War Zone’. a Process Oriented photography and video installation by Yeşim Özben, ran from the 5th and 6th of May in the Portview Suite.
We also had some wonderful Poster Presentations in the Mezzanine on Saturday and Sunday from 17.30-18.30:
Please scroll down and see our Conference Programme for Days 1,2 & 3. Please make sure to click on all the options to see the full range of events!
Check out all the amazing speakers and presenters here on the website (don’t forget to click on their name to go straight to their biography).
Drs. Arny and Amy Mindell gave the keynote speech on the first day of the conference, “Your World Leadership Pattern” (1 Hour Speech And Questions” and held their own seminar on 3& 4th May , titled ‘Why Were You Born? Let’s Find Your Deepest Dream + True Spirit To Help Yourself + Our Troubled World ….’. Scroll down for further information on this exciting seminar.
IAPOP is an international Association of practitioners of Process Oriented Psychology, who associate out of their shared values, vision and goals, as well as support for diversity, creativity, relationship and the exciting range of research and practice within our professional community.
The Association supports collaboration and sharing research, experience and ideas in the evolving field of Process Oriented Psychology, and its relationship to a wide range of fields from psychotherapy and psychiatry to mind-body medicine, conflict resolution and organizational development. IAPOP also supports continuing education, giving and receiving feedback among practitioners, and promoting diversity and shared standards among our training programs in Process Oriented Psychology internationally. For more information please visit www.iapop.com
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