Training Programs

Process Oriented Coaching Program
Process-oriented coaching is a unique approach to goal formulation and achievement, such that goals integrate the deeper life processes of the client with their everyday ambitions, and progress is measured by task completion but tracked with deep awareness.
This coaching method combines intuition and dreams, tasks and plans, feedback, evaluation, and awareness processes, to ensure that the client’s diverse potentials are engaged in the goal and are aligned to clear, grounded actions towards achieving the goal.
The Process-Oriented Coaching Program brings a sophisticated understanding of the nature and nuances of the coaching-client relationship, based on values, communication signals and dynamics, and awareness of relationship entanglements, projections, and transference.
The program is designed for people who already with a grounding the Process Work model, see below for prerequisites.

The ANZPOP POCP is based on the coaching framework developed by Processwork Diplomates Joanna Dulińskaand Michał Duda from the Institute of Process Psychology (IPP) in Poland.

It has been taught in Poland since 2011 as a Certificate in Process Oriented Coaching: ANZPOP is the only place in the world to study this course in English.


The ANZPOP Process-Oriented Coaching Program is a nine-month training program combining group workshops, individual supervision, peer coaching, and coaching practice with real clients. You’ll learn a unique model of coaching, clear professional boundaries (to keep you and your clients safe) and gain deep insight about yourself as an emerging coach. To fulfil the program requirements, students complete:

  • nine face-to-face group workshop days
  • a minimum of seven individual supervision sessions
  • a minimum of 50 client hours during the nine-month workshop period, video recorded for supervision, and for which no payment is taken
  • an additional 100 client hours after the workshop period, these do not need to be recorded and payment may be taken
  • case presentation assessment.

Upon successful completion of the training program, client hours and supervision requirements, graduates will be certified by ANZPOP as a Process-Oriented Coach, allowing you to use this coaching model with individual coaching clients. If the group format, distance, or dates don’t work for you, check out our one-on-one flexible training pathway.


Nine monthly workshops learning and practising



A minimum of seven supervision sessions


You’ll be a practice client for another student



Work with actual coaching clients, under supervision


There is pre-requisite knowledge of Process-Oriented Psychology required for the Process-Oriented Coaching Program, which can be demonstrated in a variety of ways:

  • in the past three years, have completed 120 hours of processwork training and 12 hours individual therapy with an IAPOP recognised Process Worker OR
  • successful completion of Phase I exams in an IAPOP recognised Diploma program not more than five years ago OR
  • completion of Diploma program in an IAPOP recognised Diploma program OR
  • completion of the Process Oriented Masters of Conflict Facilitation program OR
  • successful completion of the Melbourne Process Work Centre Processwork Intensive and 12 therapy sessions with an IAPOP recognised Diplomate in the past three years.

Evidence (attendance certificates, email proof etc) of attendance/completion/enrolment is required.


Fees for the 2019 intake will be:







$3,770 paid in four credit card payments of $942.50


Dates for each fee option will be added when the 2019 course dates are finalised.
Note: The seven supervision sessions are included in the course fees. Further sessions are $130 per session and may be required if you’re having difficulty with a particular skill area, or if you have chosen to work with additional practice clients above the course minimum.


Applications are now closed for the 2018 intake and not yet open for 2019.

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