Amy Mindell is a dancer, artist, singer-songwriter, skier, and therapist. Although originally from the U.S.A., she lived in Zurich, Switzerland for ten years, where she met her husband, Arnold Mindell, and studied and practiced Process oriented Psychology. She has a B.A. in dance and theater, an M.A.in psychology and a Ph.D. in psychology. She is currently in private practice in Portland, Oregon and teaches at the Process Work Institute. She has taught process work in many parts of the world including India, Kenya, Africa, Japan, Russia, Greece, Poland, England, and Australia. She has been interviewed on New Dimensions Radio and Seeing Beyond Radio. She is a workshop leader with Arny at such centers as the Omega Institute, Esalen Institute, Frankfurter Ring, Findhorn Institute, and has spoken at and given workshops for conferences held by the Association for Transpersonal Psychology, the Association for Humanistic Psychology, and Common Boundary. She has been an adjunct faculty member of the Institute for Transpersonal Psychology and Antioch International. She is the author of Coma, A Healing Journey, The Dreaming Source of Creativity, Alternative to Therapy, and co- author of Riding the Horse Backwards with Arny Mindell.