Lane Arye, Ph.D. teaches Process Work, Unintentional
Music and Art, and Process Oriented Conflict Facilitation throughout
the US and around the world. Lane has a private practice
in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he lives with his wife,
Lecia and his son, Kai.
In the Balkans, he
co-led a UN funded project that brought together Croats, Serbs
and Muslims to work on ethnic tension, reconciliation, community
building, and human rights.
He developed Unintentional
Music, a way of using Process Work with musicians
(and non-musicians) as they play or sing to help them transform
their music and themselves. He is author of Unintentional
Music: Releasing Your Deepest Creativity.
Lane has taught at Esalen Institute; California Institute of Integral Studies; San Francisco State University; JFK University; University of Warsaw, Poland; Komenius University in Bratislava; and the Conservatory of Music in Bern, Switzerland. He was a founding faculty member of the Process Work Center of Portland (now the Process Work Institute) and is on the faculty of the Process Work Institute's Master of Arts in Conflict Facilitation and Organizational Change.
For more information about Lane's experience with:
Process Work (click here)
Unintentional Music and Art (click here)
Process Oriented Conflict Facilitation (click here)
- Ph.D. in Psychology; The Union Institute; Cincinnati, Ohio.
- Diploma in Process Oriented Psychology (Process Work); Research
Society for Process Oriented Psychology; Zurich, Switzerland.
- MA in Psychology of Therapy & Counseling; Antioch International;
Yellow Springs, Ohio.
- BA in English Theater, Minor in Philosophy; Oberlin College;
English (mother tongue), German, Swiss German, and some Polish.
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