Claire Fialkov, PhD, David
Haddad, EdD, Evan Longin, EdD, Marjorie Roberts, PhD, instructors
is central to postmodern theory and practice. Emerging from social construction
theory, and the belief that identity and reality are mediated in language, the
past decade has seen a proliferation of dialogical practice in community mental
health, research, psychotherapy, supervision and pedagogy. The morning session
of this daylong conference will provide participants with a theoretical foundation
from which to consider the centrality of dialogue and reflection. The afternoon
will be devoted to practical applications of this theory in action. This workshop is appropriate for
clinicians, caseworks, educators, program staff and administrators, and other
professionals involved in the delivery of human services. The workshop format
includes lecture, group discussion and experiential learning.
Specific learning objectives:
Describe the relationship between dialogical practice and social
Discuss the centrality of the reflecting position in dialogical
Use and identify reflective processes in their workplace.
Program Code: DP15
6 CE Credits MFT
Location: at MSPP, Newton
Haddad, EdD, is a psychologist,
consultant, and core faculty at the Massachusetts School of Professional
Psychology, where he directs the community mental health program. David
combines his interest in meditation and mindfulness practice with skills in
Appreciative Inquiry to facilitate work with individuals & organizations
that support and enhance positive relationships, high team engagement,
meaningful work, and expectations for achievement. David is the co-founder of
Appreciative Action, a consulting practice focusing on strengthening the capacity
of organizations to cultivate resources for healthier world communities.
Fialkov, PhD, is a
psychologist, consultant and a core faculty member at the Massachusetts School
of Professional Psychology. Claire teaches and writes about positive psychology
and appreciative models of leadership and organizational training. Claire is a
co-founder of Appreciative Action, a consultation practice that focuses on
strengthening the capacity of organizations dedicated to creating a healthier
and more civil world community. Claire uses strength- and Appreciative Inquiry
based approaches to leadership, team building, evaluation, program development,
and training to build organizational capacity.
Evan Longin, EdD, is a psychologist, who has been
working with families and children since he was a fellow with at the Institute
for Youth Development and Juvenile Justice. He did his post doctoral training
at the Nathan Ackerman Family Institute. Currently he is Visiting Professor of
Graduate Counseling and Psychology at Salem State College and is a founding
Director of the Salem Center. The Center has been involved in the development
of Andersen’s reflective dialogue approach and is the source of the Artsbridge
dialogue model, where he helps design the curriculum for the summer training,
and trains and consults with the Israeli and Palestinian dialogue facilitators
for the summer training.
Marjorie Roberts, PhD, is a founder, director, and faculty
member of The Salem Center for Therapy, Training and Research, a center for
postmodern thinking and practice. Marjorie is a psychologist and family
therapist who has a long history of work with reflecting dialogues in her
clinical work, training, and research. She is privileged to have been able to
work with Tom Andersen, who introduced the reflecting dialogues approach. Marjorie
has presented her work with reflecting dialogues at local, national and
international conferences, and has published as well.
Event Type:Continuing Education Program
Category:Counseling & Psychotherapy
|Early registration ends on Feb 16, 2015.|
Regular registration starts on Feb 17, 2015 and ends on Mar 31, 2015.
Late registration starts on Apr 01, 2015.
| Current Trends in Dialogical Practice - DP15|
|Member Fee: ||$135.00||$135.00||$135.00 |
|Non-Member Fee: ||$135.00||$135.00||$135.00|