What is the Hoffman Process?
The Hoffman Process is a seven-day residential course that helps you discover who you really are, freeing you to make conscious choices that will improve your relationships with the people around you. During the Process you will be taught tools and techniques to help you change the old behavioural patterns that are preventing you from feeling fully alive.
The Process has been established for 50 years, in 14 countries, and has benefitted nearly 100,000 people from all walks of life. It is recommended by many medical and health professionals, and has been the subject of scientic research. People come out of the Process with a deep experience of their own resilience, a greater sense of life’s possibilities, and ready to embrace change. On this website we have numerous stories that you can read from people who have done the Process and how it has benefitted them. Interested? Call us and find out more, or come along to one of our Information events.
It’s up to you
The Hoffman Process is intensive, transformational work experienced in a small group setting. Because it requires a commitment to lasting change, we recommend you only do the course if and when you’re ready. Our friendly enrolment team are on hand to help you to decide whether the Process is right for you at this time in your life.
We’ll be there for you afterwards
After doing the Process, you’ll be part of a worldwide support network and community there to help you sustain the achievements you made on the course. Throughout the year, we also offer short top-up courses if you want to deepen or extend your Process journey.
‘I think my generation can tend towards introversion. Social media encourages such a lot of comparison and spin. When we look out at our screens we can forget that there’s an ‘in’. As a result many of us have disconnected from any sense of ourselves having a spiritual aspect which can lead to isolation. The Process allowed me to find spirituality in a new way and now I never feel alone. I don’t think anything could have quite done it for me like Hoffman did.’ Hoffman Graduate Stella Talpo