13th December 2016 Carmen Joanne Ablack “Embodied Intercultural Ground”

Please note this is a paid event. £6 if booked in advance via the Meetup site or £8 on the door.

I will be inviting us to look together at relational potentials in intercultural and intersectional working. These speak to both situation and context for client, therapist and the therapy. Involving phenomenological awareness and a deepened development of capacity to work with self-confusion, inner tensions, paradox, polarities and the potentiality enactments offer in the therapeutic space and in beyond what is traditionally understood as the ‘space of therapy’.

Using vignettes from my life and work, and inviting the audience to bring their experiences into our dialogue together, I hope we can start to map something of what it means to chose immersion in embodied intercultural ground as the foundation of working therapeutically, no matter what ‘formal’ theoretical approaches inform individual understandings of psychotherapeutic encounters.

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