Facilitating change
for a better world.

We’re experts in transformative change facilitation, for individuals, groups and communities. Come learn with us.


Facilitation Master Class Series Online

Truly transformative group work is the dream of almost every facilitator but often feels beyond our grasp. We’ve identified five of the key issues that often trouble facilitators and developed the corresponding competencies to give you more skills, insight and confidence to go deeper in your work with groups.


The Skillful Conversation

Understanding how the structure of language works – how it can help or hinder clients to go deeper in their process – is essential in therapy.

Small tweaks to how we understand and use language and paralanguage can make all the difference.


Working at the Edge of the Unknown

Transformation and growth happen in therapy when clients are supported to work at the edge of the unknown.

Finding and staying at the client’s edge between the known and unknown is an essential skillset for therapists who want to do deep work without causing harm.

Trauma-Informed Facilitation – Feb & Aug 2023

For people who work with groups of any kind, keen to build the skills, knowledge, and confidence to design trauma-informed spaces and respond well when people get triggered.

Understanding Power, Rank & Privilege

Free self-study mini-course

Power, rank, and privilege are in the background of everything. They pattern our societies, our relationships, and our inner realities. Having a language to describe these patterns, and learning to see when and how they are present and the impact they are having, is essential for anyone interested in addressing issues of inequity, deepening relationships, and strengthening community.

Our free, introductory mini-course can help. A three-part program with explainer videos and pdfs to describe the concepts, plus experiential activities to ground the concepts in your own lived experience to make the learning immediately useful. 

ANZPOP acknowledges the traditional owners of the lands we live and work on, the Aboriginal Australian, Torres Strait Islander, and Maori peoples. We pay respect to their elders past, present and future. We give thanks for the wisdom of these peoples that has informed the Process Work approach. We honour the courage, resilience and spirit of traditional peoples in the face of the devastating impact colonisation has had and continues to have on their culture, wellbeing, and sovereignty.