High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Process oriented psychology (POP) refers to a body of theory and practice that encompasses a broad range of psychotherapeutic, personal growth, and group process applications. It is more commonly called “process work” in the United States, the longer name being used in Europe and Asia. Although bearing similar names, Process-oriented psychology as developed by Arnold Mindell is distinct from Process psychology derived from Whitehead’s Process philosophy.
Editor: Russell, Jesse, Editor: Cohn, Ronald
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