Rank and Power in Relationships
10. March, 17:30 – 20:30 CET
An online-seminar about Processwork methods working with rank dynamics and intersectionality of personal, social and contextual power in relationships.
The world is complicated and messy, and so are our relationships. Whether romantic, sexual, business, or friendship-based, today’s relationships often cross boundaries of nationality, race, gender identity, class, age, religion, abilities, and culture. We needn’t dig too deep to discover that all of our relationships are full of power differences.
In this class, we’ll explore the conscious and unconscious use of power in relationship. You’ll learn about the intersectionality of personal, social and contextual powers within you, and between you. By developing skills to navigate these differences, our partnerships become enlightening and transformational. Relationships can wake us up about ourselves, others, and the world.
Let’s make the world better by making our relationships better! Jan Dworkin
This online class will be useful for anyone interested in learning more about the power dynamics in their own relationships, as well as facilitators, mediators, therapists and coaches looking to help clients navigate conflicts arising from differences in power and privilege.
We recommend this online class also students of Process Work, who want to deepen their knowledge and skills in relationship work.
Please note: This online seminar is part of the 9-module course in Processwork between January and March 2021 and can be booked separately for a special price.
Times: March 10th, 5:30-8:30pm CET
Costs: Special price of 65 € instead of 80 €
After registration and payment you will get a Zoom-Link.
Language: English with German translation
You want to sign up for this class or you have questions? – Please contact us on e-mail: email@example.com