Bibliografía 2018-01-25T14:27:31+00:00



  1. Sentados en el fuego. Cómo transformar grandes grupos usando el conflicto y la diversidad. Arnold Mindell, 1995. Deep Democracy Exchange (2015)
  2. El cuerpo que sueña. Arnold Mindell, 1982. Rigden Institut Gestalt (2006)
  3. La democracia profunda de los foros abiertos. Pasos prácticos para la prevención y resolución de conflictos familiares, laborales y mundiales. Arnold Mindell, 2002. Deep Democracy Exchange (2015)
  4. Un camino hecho al andar. Julie Diamond, Lee Spark-Jones, 2004. Edición Kindle


  1. Processmind: A user’s guide to connecting with the mind of God. Arnold Mindell, 2010. Quest Books. ISBN 978-0835608862
  2. Earth-based psychology: Path awareness from the teachings of Don Juan, Richard Feynman, and Lao Tse. Arnold Mindell, 2007. Portland, OR: Lao Tse Press. ISBN 1-887078-75-4
  3. Dreaming while awake: techniques for 24-hour lucid dreaming. Arnold Mindell, 2000. Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing Company Inc. ISBN 978-1571743596
  4. Quantum Mind: The edge between physics and psychology. Arnold Mindell, 2000. Portland, OR: Lao Tse Press.
  5. Coma: The Dreambody near death. Arnold Mindell, 1995. Penguin Books (Arkana). ISBN 9780140194838
  6. The shaman’s body: A new shamanism for transforming health, relationships, and the community. Arnold Mindell, 1993. HarperSanFrancisco. ISBN 978-0062506559
  7. The leader as martial artist: An introduction to deep democracy. Arnold Mindell, 1990. San Francisco: Harper. ISBN 978-0062506405
  8. Working on yourself alone: Inner dreambody work. Arnold Mindell, 1990. Penguin Group. ISBN 9780140192018
  9. The Year 1: Global process work. Community creation from global problems, tensions and myths. Arnold Mindell, 1989. London: Penguin Books (Arkana). ISBN 978-0140192100
  10. City shadows: psychological interventions in psychiatry. Arnold Mindell, 1988. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 9780415001939
  11. River’s Way: The process science of the dreambody. Arnold Mindell, 1985. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. ISBN 0-7102-0631-3
  12. Dreambody: the body’s role in revealing the self. Arnold Mindell, 1982. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. ISBN 9780710202505
  13. The Dreaming Source Of Creativity: 30 Simple Ways To Have Fun And Work On Yourself. Amy Mindell, 2005. Lao Tse Press.
  14. Alternative To Therapy : A Creative Lecture Series On Process Work. Amy Mindell, 2002. Lao Tse Press
  15. Coma: A Healing Journey: A Guide For Family, Friends, And Helpers Amy Mindell, 1999. Lao Tse Press
  16. Metaskills: The Spiritual Art Of Therapy Amy Mindell, 1994/2001. Lao Tse Press
  17. Riding the horse backwards: process work in theory + practice. Amy Mindell and Arnlod Mindell, 1992/2000. New York/London. Penguin, Lao Tse Press
  18. Power. A user’s guide. Julie Diamond, 2016. Belly Song Press.
  19. Befriending conflict: How to make conflict more safer, more roductive, and more fun. Joe Goodbread, 2010
  20. Radical Intercourse: How Dreams Unite Us in Love, Conflict, and Other Inevitable Relationships, Joe Goodbread, 1997. Lao Tse Press
  21. The Dreambody Toolkit: A Practical Introduction to the Philosophy, Goals, and Practice of Process-Oriented Psychology. Joe Goodbread, 1997. Lao Tse Press.
  22. The war hotel. Psychological dynamics in violent conflict. Arlene Audregon, 2005. Whurr Publishers
  23. Raising parents raising kids. Hands-on wisdom for the next generation. Dawn Menken, 2013. Belly Song Press
  24. Unintentional music: Releasing Your Deepest Creativity. Lane Arye, 2001. Hampton Roads Publishing Company.

Artículos y Tesis

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  1. Working with Movement by Amy Mindell
  2. Group Process Work by Jan Dworkin, 1989
  3. Emerging World Views by Dawn Menken, 1989
  4. The Gates of Society: Process Oriented Psychology on a Psychiatric Ward by Arlene Audergon, 1990
  5. Jung, Taoism, the Sound of a Saxophone and I. Musings on process-oriented inner work and the philosophical foundations of Processwork by Reini Hauser, 1990.
  6. Stalking your Inner Critic by Sonja Straub, 1990
  7. Unintentional Music by Lane Arye, 1991
  8. The Individual as a Channel of Group Process by Clare Nance, 1991
  9. Beyond Compare: A Personal Reflection on Process Oriented Approaches with Emotionally Disturbed Children by Leslie Heizer, 1992
  10. Patterns of Communication by Julie Diamond, 1992
  11. A Process Oriented Approach to Developing a Mental Health Service Organization: An Experiential Study by Salome Schwarz, 1993
  12. Stories of our Lives: Living with Life Threatening Illness by Renata Ackermann, 1994
  13. Conflict: Gateway to Community by Gemma Summers, 1994
  14. Listen or Die: The Terrorist as a Role by Alexandra Vassiliou, 1995
  15. The Constant Itch to Self Development: A Personal Journey with Atopic Dermatitis by Silvia Camastral, 1995
  16. Shifting the Assemblage Point: Transformation in Therapy and Everyday Life by Salome Schwarz, 1996
  17. Beyond Guilt and Innocence: Towards a Process Oriented Criminology by Jytte Vikkelsoe, 1996
  18. Process Work and Aikido by Lena Aslanidou, 1997
  19. Fat as an Ally by Michal Wertheimer Shimoni, 1997
  20. On the Path to a Black Tongue: A Greek Woman’s View of Sexism, by Lily Vassiliou, 1999. For the pdf file please email
  21. Process Oriented Psychology and Devotion in Tibetan Buddishm by Sherry Marshall, 1999
  22. Introduction: Process-Oriented Dialogue by Ingrid Rose, 2000
  23. Process Oriented Dialogue: An Inquiry into Group Work & Conflict Facilitation by Ingrid Rose, 2000
  24. Deep Democracy A Learning Journey by Martha Sanbower, 2000
  25. Process Work Contributions to Men and Power by Stephen Schuitevoerder, 2000
  26. Believing in Dreaming: Concepts for a New Educational System by Peter Irving, 2000
  27. Racism in Trinidad by Charlene Agostini, 2000
  28. Putting a Lion in Your Heart by Shushann Movessian, 2002
  29. Process Work and Japanese Buddhism: A Pilgrimage of Completion by Takeo Kiriyama, 2002
  30. Inherited Memory: A Comparison of How World War II Influences the Japanese Post War Generation by Ayako Fujisaki, 2003
  31. Rank and Marginality: A Multidimensional Approach by Lee Spark Jones, 2003
  32. Kinship with Animals: Unlearning Speciesism by Lee Spark Jones, 2004
  33. The Gold at the End of the Rainbow: A Therapist’s Spiritual Experience by Ellen Schupbach, 2004
  34. History of Movement Therapies by Patricia Woodal, 2004
  35. Riding the Sentient Wave: A discourse on the challenges and benefits of intuition in therapeutic work and everyday life by Gerald Maclaurin, 2005
  36. Unraveling the Agony of Paradox: A Study of A Process of Awareness by Joy Brown, 2006
  37. Process Work and the Facilitation of Conflict by Stanford Siver, 2006
  38. Discovering Meaning in Panic: A Process-oriented Approach to Panic Attacks by Lily Vasiliou, 2006
  39. Coming Together – Diversity Journal by Diana Collett, 2007
  40. The Creative Clash of Paradigms by Iona Fredenburgh, 2007
  41. Bridges, Borders, and the Dance: A Cooperative Inquiry Study of Multiple Role Relationships within the Process Work Community of Portland, Oregon by Katje Wagner, 2007
  42. And then what happened? Sudha’s Song and Other Stories by Kalpana Tanwar, 2007
  43. What is Organisational Development from a Process Work Perspective? by Heike Hamann, 2007
  44. Sourcing the Flow: Painting, Movement, the Intentional Field and Co-Creation by Kasha Kavanaugh, 2007
  45. The Process of History-Making Conflicts: Subjectively Revisiting Three Historical Conflicts in Process Work Terms by Nancy Papathanasiou, 2007
  46. No Small Change: Process-Oriented Play Therapy For Children of Separating Parents by Silvia Camastral, 2008
  47. Beautiful True Nature Processmind Practices for Earthlings on the Journey by Judy Chambers, 2008
  48. An Exploration of Myth and the Tools to Elicit Mythic Potential by Anne Murphy, 2008
  49. Developing Awareness of Group Process Inside a Group That Resists Learning About Itself by Doug Hales, 2008
  50. Dancing Through a Field of Binging and Starving_Disruptive Eating as Sustenance by Annie Blair, 2009
  51. All of the Apple is Me by Lisa Blair, 2009
  52. The Missing Facilitator: An Exploration of the Concept of the Participant-Facilitator in Process Work by Barbara Burkhardt, 2009
  53. Easter Eggs from the Mallard by Midori Hirai, 2009
  54. Seven Steps to Dealing with Fear in Paragliding: Making Process Work Accessible to the Sporting Public by Heike Haman, 2009
  55. Moving in the Interstices: Cultivating Fluidity in the Participant Facilitators Role by Susan J. Newton, 2009
  56. Stepping In, Stepping Out: Process Work Application of Pre-Birth Stories used as Life Myth by Lone Norgaard, 2009
  57. It’s All About You: Inner Adventure for Anyone by Elva Wolf Redwood, 2009
  58. Shooting Ourselves in the Head? A Qualitative Exploration of Conflicts with Leaders in Groups Experiencing Marginalization by Tim Spalding, 2009
  59. Measuring the effectiveness of therapy sessions conducted by Process Work Practitioners by Kamisia Anna Staszewska, 2009
  60. Dreamfigures Ball by Matthew Stella, 2009
  61. Building a Global Family: An organisational case study focusing on the myth of the leader and the organisation by Vicki Henricks, 2011
  62. Deep Democracy in the Australian Context – a personal journey with ancestry by Nicole Kinnaird, 2012
  63. Burning Cat out of the Rabbit Hutch (A Heuristic Study of the Process of Individuation) by Boris Sopko, 2012
  64. Growing, Dying and Relating: Exploring the Concept and Experience of ‘the Edge’ by Hellene Gronda, 2013
  65. Less is More, More or Less. The Goddess of Wisdom Speaks: An examination of Intellectual Inferiority Complex in a Few Women of Polish Jewish Ancestry by Cathy Bernatt, 2014
  66. The Braided Way: Deep Democracy and Community by Gill Emslie, 2014
  67. Victims, Victimizers, and Rescuers: The Double Edge to Power and Vulnerability by Sofia Ilia, 2014
  68. Deep Democracy in Action: The Elder Role in Leadership Development by Violetta Ilkiw, 2014
  69. Out of the Matrix: A personal narrative of transformation through the quest to discover meaning in a chronic body symptom by Liz Scott, 2014
  70. The Elderful Leader: Developing Rank Capabilities for Effective Leadership by Vanessa Toy, 2014
  71. Empowerment through connecting to self, the other, and the world: an educational project reviewing an empowerment workshop by Sine Anderson, 2014
  72. Encounters in the War Zone: Dreaming Beyond Hopeless by Yeşim Özben, 2014
  73. Pointing at the Moon: Exploring the question, What is Psychological Freedom? by Liz Scarfe, 2015
  74. The Quantum Leap: From Hell to Heaven by Rachel Maori, 2015
  75. The Tin Elephant: Inner Explorations of Personal Power by Reet Nemoja, 2015
  76. An Unusual Guide to Therapy for Extraordinary People: Creating an illustrated booklet based on clients’ therapy experiences by Anne Murphy, 2016
  77. “ET phone HOME”, Reconnecting to Inner Life Force – exploring experiences of trauma and alienation and witnessing their relationship to personal/cultural/world history by Katerina Sideri, 2016
  78. The Dreaming Power of an Interconnected World: A Mixed-Methods Study of the Effects of Group Process On the Quantum Field by Helene Ramos, 2017

Otros artículos

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  1. Arye, Lane. 1998. Transforming Enemies into Allies: A Step toward Poles and Jews. Gazeta Wyborcza. April 28, 1998.
  2. Difficult Contacts. Journal of Process-oriented Psychology, Vol. 8/1.
  3. Audergon Arlene, (2008), Daring to Dream: Learning about Community Trauma, Accountability and Building the Future in Post-War Forums in Croatia. Chapter in Hart, B. (Ed.) Peacebuilding in Traumatized Societies. University Press of America. (pdf)
  4. ____. (2006), Hot Spots: Post-Conflict Trauma and Transformation. Critical Half. 2006 Summer; 4(1):pp. 41-44. (pdf)
  5. ____. (2006) Psychological Dynamics in Violent Conflict. Ministry for Peace Meeting, 2005 (pdf)
  6. ____. (2004), Collective Trauma: the nightmare of history. Psychotherapy and Politics International, Volume 2, Number 1, 2004, Whurr Publishers Ltd London (pdf)
  7. Audergon, Arlene and Arye, Lane. (2006) Transforming Conflict into Community:Post-war reconciliation in Croatia. Chapter in Totton, N. (Editor), Psychotherapy and Politics, London: Open University Press/McGraw Hill (pdf)
  8. Audergon, Jean-Claude and Audergon, Arlene. (2006). ‘The Rank Business: Dynamics of privilege in majority-minority positions’ in 3d Way Communique. Newsletter for European Multicultural Foundation, Winter 2006 (pdf)
  9. Brown, Sarida., & Mindell, Arnold. (2002). The Deepening Process of Peace (Interview). Caduceus, (Issue 57, Autumn). (pdf)
  10. Collette, Diana. 2007. Coming Together: Power, Rank and Intercultural Interaction. Developing Inclusive Approaches in Higher Education. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities & Nations, vol. 7, no. 5. (pdf)
  11. Diamond, Julie. 2001. A Democracy Dialogue. Getting to the Essence of Freedom. The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, vol. 8/2:66. (pdf)
  12. ____. 1994. Facilitation and Multi-leveled Interventions in Community Building. The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, vol. 6/1: 75 (pdf)
  13. Jones, Lee. S. 2000. 2004. Feasting on possibility: Process Work research in postmodern times. Journal of Process-oriented Psychology, 9 (1), 9-19. (pdf)
  14. Mindell Amy. (1996). Discovering the World in the Individual; The World Channel in Psychotherapy. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, vol. 36/3: 67-84. (pdf)
  15. ____. (1993) Commentary: Revolution And Worldwork. Journal Of Process Oriented Psychology, Spring/Summer, Vol. 5, No. 1 (pdf)
  16. ____. (2008), Bringing Deep Democracy to Life. Psychotherapy and Politics International, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp. 212-225, (2012 updated version) (pdf)
  17. Morin, Pierre. (2002). Asclepius’ Rod: An Overview of the Struggle Between the Sacred and the Profane in Medicine. The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, Vol. 8/2: 35-45. (pdf)
  18. ____. (2001). Symptoms, Dreaming and Society: Process-oriented Symptom Work as a New Approach to Illness and Disease. The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, vol. 8/1: 25-33. (pdf)
  19. Rhea and Emetchi. (1995). Sustainable Social Activism: A Process Work Perspective. Journal of Process-oriented Psychology, Vol.7, No.1. (pdf)
  20. Schupbach, Max. (2004). Lights On! USB Agenda, June, pp. 8–9. (pdf)
  21. Singer, June. (1995). Arny and Amy Mindell on Process Oriented Psychology (Interview). The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, 13(4), pp. 25–40. (pdf)
  22. Siver, Stanford. (2004). Shadows of Peace. Conference on Conflict Resolution at Russian Academy of Science, April 2004, Sponsored by NATO. St. Petersburg, Russia. (pdf)
  23. Szymkiewicz-Kowalska, Bogna. (1999). Working with Polarities, Roles and Timespirits: A Process Oriented Approach to Emotions in Groupwork. Groupwork. An Interdisciplinary Journal for Working with Groups, vol.11/1.
  24. Vassiliou, Alexandra. (2001). Don’t Forget to Come by for Coffee: Conflict Resolution Training with a Group of Muslim Women in Athens, Greece. The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, vol.8/1. (pdf)
  25. Vassiliou, Lily. (2002). Mauthausen: A Journey into History Then and Now. The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology, vol.8/2. (pdf)