Check out Drs. Amy and Arny Mindell! Process Oriented Psychology is an important contribution as an integrated psychological theory, we highly recommend this site as a resource. Their exploration of sentient awareness has birthed this development of the Sentient Body. We thank Arny Mindell for his ideas behind the levels of reality chart.
Grady Gray, Ph. D., psychotherapist and Diplomat in Process Psychology has contributed to the development of the sentient body material since 1990. His ideas fleshed out the levels of reality chart and were the backbone of our diagram.
International Association of Process-oriented Psychology sponsored
the introduction of the Sentient Body work to a broader community at the 2nd
Annual Community and Global Health Conference in
Nole Giulini has shared artwork from her book Lifeline for which we are grateful. You can find her inspiring drawings at the bottom of each page and the book at her website.
The Process Work Institute of Portland provides ongoing training and degree programs in the study of Process Oriented Psychology.
The Room to Move Studio has hosted Lisa Marks and her weekly explorations of the Sentient Body since it opened in 1997. They have an array of classes available with a variety of teachers.
Tender Paws Yoga Studio hosted the first Sentient Body workshop in Port Townsend, WA. Nole Guilini and Gary Lemons have been enthusiastic supporters and are amazing teachers. Check out their offerings.
Lisa Marks is a founding member of Yesango Marimba Ensemble. They have been playing and performing since 1995. Explore the music and their story at this website.
and Healing Arts in Petoskey is sponsoring the introduction of the Sentient Body
AnnMarie McKelvey is a psychotherapist, Master Certified Coach, Buddhist Chaplain
, Founder and Director of The Mindfulness Coaching School
.She is known for her 12-Step wis
isdom, Jungian flavor, and Buddhist perspectives as well as being a gifted, intuitive
in the high desert country at the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains outside of Santa Fe. AnnMarie lives and breathes George Eliot’s quote, “It’s never too late to be what you might have been.”
She is a great supporter of the Sentient Body work.