A collaboration between the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology and The Salem Center for Therapy, Training, & Research.
This conference promises to be both exciting and informative for beginning, as well as more experienced practitioners in the fields of community mental health, psychotherapy and education. The design of the program offers a balance in situating some very exciting practical applications in the context of social construction theory. Participants will also have the opportunity to attend small breakout groups focused on an application of social construction theory where they will join in a dialogical practice.
The day is structured with large and small group experiences as well as both demonstrations and hands-on experience with reflecting and reflecting practices. We are pleased to bring together some of the leading professionals in the field of social construction theory and dialogical practice, including Sheila McNamee, PhD, University of New Hampshire and the Taos Institute; Arlene Katz, EdD, Harvard Medical School; odie Kliman, PhD, MSPP; Jacqueline Gagliardi, MEd, MSPP; William Blaine-Wallace, PhD, former multi-faith chaplain Bates College, and Stephen Gaddis, PhD, Salem Center for Therapy, Training and Research, and founder of The Narrative Therapy Initiative.
DP15 | 6 CE Credits | $135 [MFT}
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