The European Summer School will again take place in Leuven, August 2013: 12-16
This Summer School creates an international meeting place for family therapists, and helps them to reflect on and develop dialogical therapeutic skills and respectful ecological strategies.
- To reflect on the possibilities of constructive collaboration (dialogue)
- To reflect on the respectful use of natural resources in family therapy (ecology)
- To reflect on the use of self of the therapist
- To reflect on cultural differences and the opportunities this engenders in therapeutic practice
- Clinical presentations, creative exercises, roleplaying and simulations of family therapy.
- Dialogical supervision
- Discussion of videotapes of family sessions as well as of theoretical issues
- Creative explorative work on the person of the therapist.
For any further information see our website: www.uzleuven/context/summerschool, or contact the secretariat of Context (UZ Leuven, Belgium) at email@example.com or +32-16-33.26.30
The newest dialogical ideas and practices in collaboration with families and social networks
According to dialogical conceptions of man, a human being is born into dialogical relationships. These relations become a part of our selfhood. The human wellbeing and mental health are always connected to the relationships in which we are living. But are we able to utilize the resources emerging in social networks and collaboration at our clinical work?
Professionals working in the fields of psychotherapy, social work and education.
Time and venue:
6.-8.6.2013, Hotel Rantasipi Aulanko, Hämeenlinna, Finland.
Peter Rober (Belgium), PhD, professor in family therapy. His special interest is working with children and the inner dialogue of therapists. John Shotter (GB), PhD, professor emeritus is one of the most central developers of social constructionist theory. His ideas have inspired psychotherapists for many years. Jaakko Seikkula (Finland), PhD, professor in psychotherapy, is known as the generator and researcher of Open Dialogue Approach to therapeutic processes. Pekka Holm and Markku Sutela host the seminar.
Structure of the seminar:
During the first day we concentrate to listening to Peter’s, John’s and Jaakko’s presentations. The second and the third days will include practising and discussing in addition to presentations. The seminar has room for 300 participants, who possibly will be assigned to three sub groups at times. The presentations and the comments from the speakers (excluding the mutual reflections and conversations of the presenters) will be translated in Finnish.
Day we work 10.30 am – 5.30 pm (registration 9.00 – 10.30 am)
Day we work 09.00 am – 5.30 pm (evening buffet at 7.30 pm -)
Day we work 09.00 am – 3.30 pm
325 €+78 € (VAT 24%) = 403,00 Euros. The fee includes 3 x lunch, 5 x coffee and evening buffet on Friday.
Phone: +3583-6588100 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Before 20.5.2013: email@example.com or phone +358 400 697191.