Introduction to Process Work

Introduction to Process Work Practices:
Exploring Your Edges

with Anne Hayden & Sheila Belanger, M.A.

 Sunday, January 19, 2020  •  10 am to 5:30 pm

Private Retreat House, South Whidbey Island, WA

Process Work carries a fundamental commitment to “Deep Democracy,” an embodied worldview that honors that everything and everyone belongs.

embrace the edge

This is a one-day experiential introduction to key Process Work practices in beautiful meadows and forested lands on South Whidbey Island. With compassion and curiosity, explore less familiar parts of yourself and the outer world.

Process Work practices help you to navigate the edges of change between your outworn habitual versions of self and who you long to be, connecting you to your embodied, multi-dimensional identity.

“Deep democracy brings democracy to life in the moment as a living reality. In deep democracy, everyone ‘wins’ in the sense of gaining more meaningful relationships and more sustainable resolutions.”

~Amy Mindell

Process Work “…is awareness  based. Its methods allow us to perceive the creative nature of processes, even within apparently very disturbing and complex situations. It is a dynamic orientation and method of working with the challenges of your inner life and outer life events. Its methods are also useful for facilitating organizations and communities dealing with conflict, recovery and social change.”


FEES: $75 (includes a simple shared lunch)

To hold your space, send a non-refundable deposit of $25 along with a completed registration form.  Click here to download registration form. Two options to pay deposit:

    • Mail a check, payable to Northwest Soulquest, to:
      PO Box 181  •  Clinton, WA 98236
    • Pay via PayPal using our email address as the payee:

LOCATION:  Private Retreat House in Clinton on South Whidbey Island, Washington.
Directions will be sent when you register.

FOOD:  A simple soup and salad lunch, tea and coffee are provided. Please bring snacks for yourself. We can accommodate these dietary needs:  vegetarian, gluten free and/or dairy free.  Please specify your dietary needs when you register.

SCHEDULE:   Sunday program begins at 10 am and ends at 5:30 pm.

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Contact us for more information:

(360) 320-5343    •

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We honor the people––past, present and future––of the Tulalip, Snohomish, Skagit,
Clallam, and other Coast Salish Tribes,
upon whose traditional lands this work takes place.