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INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN COLLABORATIVE PRACTICES: SPONSORED BY HOUSTON GALVESTON INSTITUTE AND TAOS INSTITUTE
The International Certificate Program for Collaborative Practices is in response to those who want more intensive training than a conference and short workshop can provide. Practitioners world-wide can train in collaborative-dialogue therapy, organization and leadership development, education and research to expand knowledge and competency. Study explores theoretical and philosophical assumptions and their application to practice in a variety of contexts and cultures. Currently programs are operating in Argentina, Brazil, Czech Republic, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, Spain and United States. The current programs are listed below and programs are developing in Belgium, Canada and Norway.
Barcelona, Spain: Kanankil Institute. email@example.com
Bogotá, Colombia: Sistemas Humanos. firstname.lastname@example.org
Buenos Aires, Argentina: email@example.com
Central Europe, Brno, Czech Republic: Narativ Institute. firstname.lastname@example.org
Houston, Texas: Houston Galveston Institute. email@example.com
Leon, Mexico: Grupo Campos Elíseos. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mérida, Mexico: Kanankil Institute. email@example.com
Mexico City, Mexico: Grupo Campos Elíseos. firstname.lastname@example.org
Asuncion, Paraguay: Enfoque Niñez. email@example.com
São Paulo, Brazil: Interfaci. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tucumán, Argentina: Grupo Campos Elíseos. email@example.com
Tujunga, California: Now I See a Person Institute. firstname.lastname@example.org
Latin American Conference of the International Certificate Program in Collaborative Practices
November 6-9, 2013
São Paulo, Brazil
Masters of Narrative and Collaborative Therapies:
The voices of Andersen, Anderson, and White.
Editors: Malinen, Cooper & Thomas.
Tom Andersen, Harlene Anderson, and Michael White have shaped the landscapes of dialogical, collaborative, and narrative therapies. All three share a common curiosity for meaning making as a relational process, a curiosity that emerges from their transcripts and allows us a glimpse into their wisdom, compassion, and skill. Contextualized by editors and contributors, readers can experience how many ideas and practices, which we take for granted, are challenged by a more relational framework.
Buy from Routledge Mental Health Publishers: http://www.routledgementalhealth.com/masters-of-narrative-and-collaborative-therapies-9780789038258