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Cecília is a family therapist from São Paulo - Brazil, certified in practice and training in Open Dialogue by the Institute for Dialogic Practices (NY- USA). She is coordinating a Training Program in Portugal (just started in January 2020), will organize a Training Course in São Paulo, starting October 2020, and is also collaborating in the Training Program coordinated by Jaakko Seikkula in Asunción, Paraguay.
Judith M Brown
Social Worker and Family Therapist, working in child and adolescent mental health. Trainer and supervisor in Open Dialogue and dialogical practices. Has spent the last 9 years reflecting, practising and writing extensively on Open Dialogue and dialogical ideas in clinical work with families and their networks, in supervision, and in research.
Psychiatrist working in psychotherapy, consultant in issues of gender and family therapy, trained in systemic thinking, studying gender diversities, Spinoza and social constructionism. Full of questions on how to help people in order to overcome difficulties, María builds short programs with clients in contexts where dialogues can develop among speakers and also internally. Recently working in a program that tries to help mature women that are trapped in alcohol addiction with severe social and emotional consequences for them. It is a conjoint work with a team that includes the patients and their family networks.
Argentinian social worker, trained for many years in working with families, in the field of domestic violence, child sexual abuse and addictions. Shares most of the ideas of the dialogical approach.
Child and adolescent psychiatrist, clinical lecturer at University of Sydney, member of St Vincent's Open Dialogue Initiative, Assistant Editor for Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy.
Assistant professor of Palacky University in Olomouc, teaching and research interest in special needs education, family and people with special needs counselling.
Associate professor at the University of Agder, Department of education. work with families with selectively mute children and published a new (first and only) book in Norwegian.
Director of Sistemas Humanos, Systemic Consultation Center. Director of the Master Program "Intervencion en Sistemas Humanos" at Universidad Central in Bogota, Colombia
UKCP registered systemic psychotherapist, consultant, trainer and supervisor to mental health and social care services nationally and internationally. Currently working in the National Health Service in Wales, UK
A professor of psychotherapy at the University of Jyväskylä in Finland, best known for his work with Finnish Open Dialogue. Involved in developing family and social network based practices in psychiatry with psychosis and severe crises.
Justine Van Lawick
Clinical psychologist, family therapist and director of training in the Lorentzhuis, center for systemic therapy, training and consultation in Haarlem, the Netherlands. She is a senior trainer in the Netherlands and abroad.