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OPEN DIALOGUE 2023 PARIS NIVEAU 1 TRAINING

From March to December 2023, a training course to familiarise you with Open Dialogue

Association UP brings basic training in Dialogical Practices and Open Dialogue to France with QUALIOPI certification.


How can a dialogue be so transformative? Why do some questions generate more dialogue than others? How to give voice to the experiences that do not yet have words? How can we develop more horizontal collaborative relationships and create a supportive community for the mentally ill? 


Questions like these inspire us to seek more dialogical ways of acting in our clinical practice. With this comes an encounter with the Open Dialogue approach - a model of mental health practice that has been developed, extensively studied and evaluated since the 1980s. 


Initially implemented in the Lapland region of Finland, over the last decade it has been adapted and taken to several European countries, as well as the United States, Australia, Japan, and Latin American countries. Open Dialogue proposes a mode of practice in which decisions about treatment are built collectively in meetings. The idea is to have all the conversations and decisions openly in the presence of the clients in need for help including the members of the family and other relevant social network, and the professionals involved. The meetings are scheduled as soon as the team is contacted and, through reflective conversations, we seek to establish a dialogue among all, in which flexibility, polyphony, psychological continuity, co-responsibility, and tolerance to uncertainty are some of the values and principles for its realization.


We invite you to a training that was thought from the theoretical and clinical experience of the trainers and assistants, and is being promoted and coordinated by Associação UP, with Qualiopi certification. The modules will consist of theoretical-practical articulation, group dynamics, and reflective exercises. 

  

Through collaborative learning, this training aims to broaden possibilities for a more dialogical therapeutic practice in mental health and to build a reflective space in which it is expected that the philosophy of Open Dialogue will be experienced among the participants and that they can, afterwards, develop it in the places where they work. 


The 192-hour program will take place mostly face-to-face, with some meetings also online.


Subscriptions deadline: 18th December 2022

Training plan 2023

The training consists of 4 modules of 4 days (8 hours each), 2-day Workshop with an international guest and 2-day of closing reflections: 160 hours total

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in addition to these blocks, there will be inter-module sessions in which the following topics will be addressed (32 hours):

- Therapist's Family of Origin - connecting personal voices to family stories: the person of the therapist in the Open Dialogue approach

- Clinical Supervision

Details

  • chevron_rightBlock 1

    March 8 to 11

    The potential of dialogue in human life

    Philosophical and epistemological bases of Dialogical Practices and Open Dialogue 

    Listening and responsiveness in clinical practice: dialogical stance towards mental health problems

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    April 12 to 15

    Reflective Processes

    Polyphony

    Principles and key elements of the Open Dialogue approach and their applicability in local practices

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    June 14 to 17

    Building support networks in crisis situations 

    Inclusion of peers in dialogical meetings and facilitation of treatment meetings with the social network 

    Dialogic Meetings - dialogue generation & dialogic skills (1)

    Dialogue in crisis situations 

    Psychosis

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    October 4 to 7 

    Dialogue Generation & Dialogic Skills (2)

    Dialogic Practices and Children 

    Implementation of the Dialogical Practices and the principles of Open Dialogue: limits, possibilities, adaptations 

    Open Dialogue in different contexts of practice

  • chevron_rightClosing

    December 1 to 2

Target Audience

Staff working in general, child and adolescent, gerontological or specialized psychiatry, in the social and medico-social sector.

Professionals welcomed:

- Psychiatrists

- Psychologists

- Family therapists

- General practitioners and specialists

- Nurses, nursing managers and nurse coordinators

- Nurses' aides

- Medical secretary

- Art therapist

- Psychomotrician

- Health peer mediators

- Occupational therapist

- Specialized educators

- Social workers

- Families* and Peers* (who are involved in associations or in group works)

 

Maximum number of participants 35

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When

Duration : 152 hours


Block 1 

March 8 to 11


Block 2 

April 12 to 15


Block 3 

June 14 to 17


Block 4 

October 4 to 7 


Closing

December 1 to 2 


Where

Paris


Prices

2000 € for the first 5 peers or family members who are involved in associations or work with a discussion group


2800 € for individuals.


3600 € for institutions, companies and other organisations

Contact / Subscription

Do not hesitate to contact us to receive the detailed program and the agreement and to learn about the selection and registration steps. These trainings are accessible to people with disabilities. If you have any difficulties or disabilities, please contact us so that we can find the best possible solution.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.