YOUR FEEDBACK MOJOhow to make giving and receiving feedback nourishing and flourishing
One-day workshop, 15th April 2023 , CERES Melbourne
Feedback loops contain rich information, carried by visible and invisible signals.
The receiver gets a content message as well as other messages, some that are intended and other not intended, by the feedback giver.
When all the messages match, the feedback is usually easier to receive.
But getting them to match? That’s easier said than done!
Dr Julia Wolfson
I’m a process oriented psychotherapist in private practice since 2003.
I teach Process Work (Process Oriented Psychology) at ANZPOP and at the Institute of Process Psychology in Poland.
Process Work is a lot about feedback. Having been a student and practitioner of Process Work for almost 20 years I’ve learned to trust feedback from outside and from inside. Both in my practice and private life. I’m also aware of how I’m feedback for others, the world and my inner parts.
Together with Katarzyna Bekier from IPP, I co-developed a specialised program about feedback, delivered in the organisational context and as workshops and lectures open to the general public.
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ANZPOP acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands we live and work on, the Aboriginal Australian, and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the Maori First Nations peoples. We pay respect to their elders across time. We give thanks for the Indigenous knowledge that has informed the Process Work approach. We honour the courage, resilience, and spirit of First Nations peoples to counter the ongoing impacts of colonisation on their culture, well-being, and sovereignty.