Workshop Jim Wilson 2016

Workshop 2016 Jim Wilson (UK)

The Narativ group and ISZ-MC Prague organize a workshop

February 19-20, 2016 Brno

Humanising Practices:
creativity and companionship in
working with children, their families, and networks

with Jim Wilson, Consultant Family and Systemic Psychotherapist

„Dialogue cannot exist without humility.“

Paulo Freire

„Hope is not the conviction that something will turn out well, but the certainty that something makes sense, regardless of how it turns out.“

Vaclav Havel

This workshop will aim to discuss and present ideas and practices to enhance practice in all its creative possibilities with children families and other professionals. Creativity is a joint endeavour and “aliveness” is both a precursor to, and product of, effective therapy.

The workshop will aim to provide opportunities to:

  • broaden practice repertoires and skills in child focused family practice and therapy
  • expand personal style as a practitioner/therapist
  • provide a theoretical/philosophical orientation to keep practice alive!

About Jim Wilson:

Jim Wilson has worked as a Consultant Family Therapist in the Child and Family Psychological Health Service, Gwent, South Wales and in Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Greenwich, London. He is also an independent systemic psychotherapist, trainer and consultant to Health and Social Care Services in the UK and Europe. He was periodic Chairperson of The Family Institute Cardiff, from 1987-2001 and Chairperson of The Centre for Child Focused Practice at The Institute of Family Therapy London (2001-2005). He is a founding member of The Open Network for Dialogical Practices.

Jim Wilson has worked as a Consultant Family Therapist in the Child and Family Psychological Health Service, Gwent, South Wales and in Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Greenwich, London. He is also an independent systemic psychotherapist, trainer and consultant to Health and Social Care Services in the UK and Europe. He was periodic Chairperson of The Family Institute Cardiff, from 1987-2001 and Chairperson of The Centre for Child Focused Practice at The Institute of Family Therapy London (2001-2005). He is a founding member of The Open Network for Dialogical Practices.

  • 'A social relational critique of the biomedical definition and treatment of ADHD; ethical practical and political implications' (Journal of Family Therapy, May 3013)
  • 'Family Therapy as a Process of Humanisation; The contribution and creativity of Dialogism' (Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 36, 6-19, 2015)
  • 'The Performance of Practice; Enhancing the Repertoire of Therapy with Children and Their Families' (Karnac 2007) and
  • 'Child Focused Practice: a collaborative systemic approach' (Karnac 1998)

When: February 19 – 20, 2016

Where: Otevřená zahrada (Open Gardens), Údolní 33, Brno, Czech Republic
Workshop schedule: Fri 9:30 am – 6 pm, Sat 9 am – 5 pm

Fee:
earlybird 80€ (till December 20, 2015), normal 90€ (from December 20, 2015 onwards)

THE CAPACITY OF THE WORKSHOP IS LIMITED.
The workshop will be held in English with consecutive translation to Czech.

Further information:
Please feel free to contact us at info@narativ.cz or +420 774 844 685 if you have any further questions or concerns.

Cancellation policy: If you de-register less than 14 days before the workshop, you will get a 50% refund of the fee. There is no refund provided if you de-register less than 5 days before the workshop.

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