Reunite with Your Classmates

Many Process classes have found value in reaffirming their Process growth through continued connection with classmates. This page will provide you with many options available from the Hoffman Institute.

If you are planning to contact the Institute to receive help with any of these options, we ask that you designate a class representative for communications with us.

Reunion Basics

Reunions with your classmates can take various forms. Some reunions are celebration-oriented and social; others are tools oriented toward personal growth.

Some classes have coordinated and hosted in-person reunions. Over the years various graduates tell us they gathered for half-day, full-day, and weekend reunions; other classes make annual treks to one of our graduate courses (Q2 Intensive or Refreshers). Another type of reunion is phone or Zoom call, or a series of calls.

Below you will find what is currently available to you and your classmates, and hopefully something will fit your vision!

Graduate-Led Reunions

Graduate-Led Phone/Zoom Calls
Many classes self-facilitate reunion/support calls with each other. There are a number of platforms you can find online. Graduates have used,, or If you would like some assistance planning the content for your reunion, we have a document that other graduates have found helpful. To request a copy, please have a designated member of your class (one person only, please) email, and be sure to put “self-support call” in the subject line. We will respond to you within a couple of business days.

Self-Led, In-Person Reunions
We encourage you to create your own reunions. Some classes like to include graduates’ families, while others prefer to make it graduate-only and do some type of Hoffman work while together. What we believe is important is that everyone be in agreement about the intention for your time together. This way, people can better self-select to participate or not.

If your class decides to proceed with doing Hoffman work together, and someone in your class is prepared to lead your event, we invite that person to email us to request a copy of our self-led reunion guides. To request this guide, email, and put “self-support reunion” in the subject line. Please let us know whether you are planning a 2- or 3-hour program.

Teacher-Led Reunions

Teacher-Led Virtual Reunions

This is a good option for classes that want steady support alongside their classmates. If your class would like to begin with three, once-a-month virtual reunions – with an option to sign-up for more – have your class coordinator contact us for details. A $900 fee is required to schedule the first three sessions.

In-Person Reunions
If your class would like to request a teacher to lead an in-person reunion, please have your class coordinator contact our enrollment department. Teachers are scheduled through the Hoffman office, and our enrollment department will provide you with current fees and expenses.

Our Hoffman reunion programs take place within a 7-hour day. Wherever you wish to hold your reunion, it’s a good idea to place your request for a teacher at least 3 months in advance of your intended date. Please contact the enrollment department for a current listing of fees, and to make reservations.

Reunions at the Q2 Intensive and Other Programs
Some graduates attend programs together on an annual basis. This is a wonderful way to continue to do your personal work, and deepen your bonds with classmates at the same time.

Take a look at our graduate calendar to select a date and location. It’s also a good idea to double check with our office to make sure there are enough spaces for all your classmates who say they want to attend.

Hoffman Community & Groups

Many graduates find that being with others in a like-minded Hoffman community provides them with the support to work with their tools and to share and deepen their Process experiences.

The Hoffman Institute offers graduate groups in various communities around the country, and each one is led by a Hoffman-trained graduate facilitator, with materials and programs provided by the Institute. Hoffman graduate reunions are generally for graduates of a particular class who want to reconnect with each other and do some Process work with tools and practices.

Whether you plan to gather with others from your Process for a reunion or see what a facilitated graduate group is like, these links will help you explore the importance of community and connection.

Graduate Groups – Check out the Graduate Groups list if you want to meet other graduates in your area and practice your Hoffman tools with others. If you don’t find a group in your area, please contact us to inquire about creating one.

Please join us on social media for a broader experience – get course info, inspiring quotes, and connection to the Hoffman community on Hoffman’s Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram accounts.

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