through June 8, 2014
Location: Wallingford, PA,
Target Audience: All
Presenters: Ken and Mary Gergen
In this workshop participants are introduced to social constructionism and the relational perspective with which it is closely related. In addition, numerous practical applications - in organizations, therapy, education, community development, and everyday life - are explored.
Special topics include language and meaning-making, poly-vocality, and transformative dialogue. Participants with a background in social constructionism have an opportunity to explore issues of special relevance to their projects and practices. The workshop style is discussion and activity oriented, with time for walks and talks at nearby Swarthmore College. Meals are included in the registration.
International visitors are especially welcomed.
The workshop begins at 4pm on Friday, June 6th, and concludes after brunch on Sunday, June 8th.
Cost: General rate: $600; Student rate: $450.
Taos-Tilburg PHD entering students are strongly encouraged to participate in this social construction workshop.
For more information and/or to register, contact:
Mary Gergen at email: [email protected] or call 610-566-1825.
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