«Listen to me!» Humanizing Human Practices
the third conference on dialogical practices in Kristiansand,
Norway: 23-25 September 2015
We are happy to inform you that our colleagues from Norway created an inviting and exciting program! It consists of plenary sessions presented by the key note speakers Colwyn Trevarthen, Sheila McNamee, Gert Biesta and Tim Ingold, and different (parallel)workshops and working groups.
Special attention is paid to working together with children, and to exploring ways to allow children to speak with their own voices in demanding situations.
Find the full program here
On the 23rd of September a pre-conference will be organized by Jaakko Seikkula, John Shotter, Jim Wilson, Peter Rober & Karine Van Tricht, and Justine van Lawick.
During the pre-conference you can choose to follow 1 out five different workshops.
- Jaakko Seikkula:
Dialogues as embodied dance in polyphonic setting
- Peter Rober and Karine Van Tricht:
Feedback informed therapy with families and children: Making room for dialogues about difference
- Jim Wilson:
“We Don’t Need No Diagnosis!”: On humanizing practices with children and young people
- John Shotter:
Early language learning and what our bodies do for us.
- Justine van Lawick:
Working dialogically with children in high conflict families.
More information regarding the themes and program of the pre-conference is located here
Everyone is invited to attend the conference! If you want to make a contribution to the conference, you are invited to send a proposal
for a presentation or workshop
Please find all other necessary information on their website
See you in Kristiansand!