Mark your calendar:
Social Construction:Relational Theory and Transformative Practices
Oct 29th, 2009 (thu) -- Nov 1st, 2009 (sun)
Target Audience: Al
Durham, New Hampshire
With Sheila McNamee, Ph.D. and Harlene Anderson, Ph.D.
Email for more information: [email protected]
Sheila and Harlene invite you to join them in the New England environment for an intimate workshop. Bringing their breadth of experiences together, the workshop will introduce social construction and relational practices for those new to it and will help those familiar with it to deepen their understandings and practices. Additionally, focus will be on the practical application of constructionist ideas in organizations, therapy, education, and community development. We will focus on constructionist/relational understandings of language and meaning-making, polyvocality, transformative dialogue, and appreciative and future oriented perspectives. Participants will learn how social reality is constructed in language and the implications of this for our understandings, knowledge, and everyday practice. Participants with a background in social construction will have an opportunity to explore issues of special relevance to their projects and practices.
Taos/Tilburg Ph.D. students are encouraged to attend, as are other interested students.
Come to Durham and explore the potential of social construction and relational practices in your personal and professional lives while exploring the beauty of New England.
CE Credits available through Houston Galveston Institute.
CE Hours fee: $20.00 (payable by check or cash prior to the workshop)
Houston Galveston Institute is approved by the
American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for
psychologists, # 102. The Institute maintains responsibility for this program
and its content. Houston Galveston Institute is pre-approved by Texas LPC,
Provider #129, Texas LMFT, Provider #197; and Texas Social Work, License #2980,
as a Continuing Education Provider.Limited scholarships available through the Taos Institute's Dharma Fellowship grant.