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Process oriented ethical awareness: A therapist's guide to dreaming, power and rank

Lynne Baker

Living and working according to our ethical values leads us to a deeper sense of our dreaming, our connection and brings us closer to a meaningful and satisfying life. This paper outlines some of the concepts from Process Oriented Psychology, or Process Work, which are significant in developing ethical awareness as a therapist. Developed by Arnold Mindell, Process Work is based on the premise that dreams and dreaming is not only happening at night. We are also dreaming when we are awake.

WORLD DREAMING: WORLD CONGRESS FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY
24-28 August 2011 Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Darling Harbour, Australia.
Visit The World Council for Psychotherapy at http://www.worldpsyche.org

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Lynne Baker

Lynne Baker is a psychologist, filmmaker, trainer, group facilitator and management consultant. With years experience working with individuals and with groups, in Australia, the USA and internationally her work has explored diverse themes such as death and dying, organisational culture, conscious business and sacred places.

Her innovative approach brings together her qualifications in mainstream psychology and management with her training in Process Work. She is a faculty member, supervisor and trainer for Process Oriented Psychology Australia New Zealand and a member of IAPOP.

She has utilized her skills to work with numerous organisations, both public and private and has worked as an Employee Assistance Professional. Lynne has supervised both individuals and groups across a broad range of practitioners including psychologists, teachers, psychotherapists, group leaders and managers for over 15 years.

She also produced a documentary, which explored the value of near death, and other experiences as providing valuable insights into ourselves. An avid traveller she is passionate about sustainability, adventuring and delving into life’s deeper meaning and purpose.

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