|Jean Claude Audergon [lic. phil]
Jean-Claude Audergon (lic.phil. I) teaches Process Work internationally and is a co-founder of the Training Programs of Process Work in Zurich, Portland Oregon, Slovakia, and the UK. He works with the creativity locked within apparent blocks or apparently intractable issues within organizations, and teaches leaders in teams and organizations to do the same.
|Arlene Audergon (PH.D.)
Arlene Audergon (PH.D.) teaches Process Work in the UK and internationally. A co-founder of CFOR, she is interested in the value of community forums to support a multi-cultural society, finding creative directions for community problems, and for post-war and preventive conflict work.
She has also developed methods of applying Process Work to theatre, and has worked with many performers, musicians, improvisers, directors and writers in LA and London. She co-directed SPIRIT, with Improbable Theatre, which played at the Royal Court Theatre in 2001, and has continued to play in many festivals internationally.
Arlene has written a book, The War Hotel: Psychological Dynamics in Violent Conflict, Whurr Publishers/John Wiley 2005 - a chapter in Psychotherapy and Politics, ed N. Totton 2005, Open University Press, and has also published articles in the areas of Process Work and Mental Health, Collective Trauma and Theatre.