Bill Say 
Process Work in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond

Process Work for Individuals, Couples & Groups

Coma & Vegetative States work

Diversity Issues & Awareness Training for Small and Large Groups.

Helping find solutions, direction, meaning and potential, even in very challenging situations.

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Helping families and friends connect and communicate with their loved one in an altered state though the use of subtle connection and communication work.

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Resolving tensions, supporting deeper connection, communication and potential through our human differences.

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About Bill Say

Bill Say, MA, is a Process Work Diplomate, and has conducted a private practice of body/mind/ relationship therapy since 1989, and an organizational development practice since 2006.. learn more

Upcoming Events & Classes

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Bill's Blog

Notes on Process Work, Diversity, and Life. Visit the blog

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What I find most exciting and meaningful about Process Work is how it helps us find our way in life by revealing hidden perspectives, meaning, and potential, even in very challenging situations.

Process Work is a multi-disciplinary approach to individual and collective change that brings psychology, group dynamics, spirituality, and physics together in a single paradigm. Process Work was developed by Jungian analyst Arnold Mindell in the 1970s when Mindell began to research illness as a meaningful expression of the unconscious mind. He discovered that the unconscious manifests not only in nighttime dreams but also in physical symptoms, relationship difficulties, addictions, and social tensions. Drawing from his background as a physicist, as well as from other scientific and spiritual disciplines, Mindell formulated the idea of the 'dreaming process', a coherent and meaningful flow of experiences that underlie all life events.
Bill Say, MA       Albany (near Berkeley) & Petaluma, CA offices
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