Plenary sessions, workshops, collaboration and dialogues in beautiful Lapland summer!
Speakers Harlene Andersson and Jaakko Seikkula among many other speakers inspired by Open Dialogue.

Harlene Andersson Ph.D.
is a popular speaker, consultant, and trainer. She uses her tools—her
insights, her keen interest, her engaging conversational style, her leadership skills–to help and inspire individuals, families, and organizations to achieve clarity, focus, renewed energy, and often surprising results.
Recognized internationally as an innovator in the development of postmodern-oriented collaborative-dialogic practice, Harlene lives her practice philosophy in her in education, communities, research, therapy, and consultation work. Her books include Conversations, Language and Possibilities and coedited Appreciative Organizations, Collaborative Therapy: Relationships and Conversations that Make a Difference and Innovations in the Reflecting Process.
She is a cofounder and a board member of the Taos Institute, Houston Galveston Institute, and Access Success International. She founded the International Journal of Collaborative Practices and co- founded the International Certificate in Collaborative Practices. She received the 2008 American Academy of Family Therapy Award for Distinguished Contribution to Family Therapy Theory and Practice, 2000 American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy award for Outstanding Contributions to Marriage and Family Therapy, and 1997 Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy award for

Jaakko Seikkula, Ph.D.
is an emeritus professor of psychotherapy at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, with over 40 years of experience in clinical,
research and teaching. From 1981 to 1998.
He was chief psychologist at Keropudas Hospital in Finland and is a founding member of the Open Dialogue approach. He has been a lecturer and trainer in Europe, Asia and America, and has more than 190 published articles and books on the principles, practice and evidence of the Open Dialogue approach and dialogical practices in mental health.
He is also an awarded for his research career at the European Family Association (EFTA) and the American Family Therapy Academic (AFTA).

Thursday 8th June
8.30 Registration and coffee/tea 10 Tuning into the dialogues and days together
11 Lunch
12 Opening seminar
14 Break
14.30 Presentations / workshops 16-16.30 Reflections from the day 19 Get together -party
Friday 9th June
8.30 Coffee and tea
9 Plenary session
11 Lunch
12 Workshops / presentations 13.30 Break
14 Workshops / presentations 15.30 Reflections from the day
Saturday 10th June
8.30 Coffee and tea
9 Plenary sessions
11 Lunch
12 Workshops / presentations 13 Break
14 Reflections from the seminar
This meeting is for all who feel connected through experience or curiosity with dialogical practices in human related work.

Participation fee:
390€ (314,52€ + 75,48€ VAT 24%)
Participation fee includes
lunches, afternoon coffee, Get together evening party
and dinner.
Participation fee must be payed before 31st March 2023.
In case the organizer needs to cancel the event, full refund is payed.
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