DSC02601CYou can’t do it alone. No matter how much insight you may gain from reading the Lectures, we have found that a partnership with another person who can help you see your faults and your beauty is essential. That person is the Pathwork Helper. While we all support each other in process groups, the helper-worker relationship is a one-on-one partnership. Generally, Pathworkers have sessions with helpers once a month. There is no set fee – helpers charge what they believe is fair and appropriate, and helpers in training give their services for free.

Pathwork helpers may or may not be trained therapists. Mental illness is often characterized by a refusal or inability to take responsibility for one's life -- for routine functioning as a productive person. The Pathwork rests on a foundation of having the willingness and capability to tackle one's personal problems. A trained therapist is the right person to tackle serious personality disorders or symptoms of mental illness.

What is a Pathwork Helper? Here's one description: What is a Helper by Elizabeth Mylonas

Our Pathwork Helpers

Jac Conaway

Jac Conaway (Phoenicia, NY area)

Lin Murphy (Upstate NY)

Lin Murphy, MA is a Pathwork Helper. She completed her Helpership training in the NYRP in 1991.She has taught Pathwork Studies in Phoenicia, NY, Saratoga Springs, NY and Burlington, Vermont. Lin founded a holistic health center in Saratoga Springs, NY where she maintained a practice in coaching and Pathwork Helpership. She is a certified Life Coach, a yoga teacher and teaches  “Conscious Aging"

Laureen Dunne

Laureen Dunne (New Jersey)

Camille Maxwell (Upstate - Albany Area)

Jan Rigsby

Jan Rigsby (Brooklyn) janrigsby@gmail.con