The Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia Inc. is a peak body for Member Associations which meet the standards developed by consensus as appropriate for professional practitioners within the disciplines of Counselling and Psychotherapy in the Australian community.
The Australian Anthroposophic Medicine Association fosters and develops Anthroposophic medicine throughout Australia by actively supporting research, training and colleagueship amongst its members both nationally and internationally.
Holistic Healers are natural health practitioners who use a range of healing modalities, techniques, therapies or remedies in an integrated way to address the needs of the patient or client. The whole person, including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual is considered in the treatment program, and all methods used are gentle, safe and support natural healing principles. The Holistic Healer encourages the patient/client to take responsibility for their health and wellbeing and complements this with information, resources and educational material.
ANZPOP are a non-profit, educational organisation offering public workshops and advanced Process Work training in Australia and New Zealand.
Julie Diamond, Ph.D. is an international facilitator, trainer, coach and consultant with more than 30 years of experience fostering human and organizational change. She is a recognized expert in the field of Process Work - a practice that harvests the learning and creativity implicit in the conflicts and challenges we face.
International Institute of Complementary Therapists helps more than 5000 members in Australia, NZ, UK and US with professional natural therapy membership and insurance for over 800 different modalities. IICT’s aim is to provide professional affiliation for its customers and to uphold credible standards for the Natural Therapy Industry.
Amy Mindell is best known for her development of the metaskill concept in process oriented psychology, for her process work on comatose states, and for her artwork. She published five books, and her published papers include studies of worldwork, movement, and music.
Arny Mindell developed process work or what is called today, “process oriented psychology” (P.O.P. in Europe & Asia), in the mid 1970′s. Beginning with Taoism, physics and Jungian psychology, by the 1990’s, he expanded process work to include quantum theory and “deep democracy”. This deeper form of democracy applies to all organizational levels and states of consciousness for individuals and groups. Now process work applies to individual therapy, body problems, coma and near death experiences, large group, and organizational change management.