Open Dialogue Announces New Training Programs

Justin Karter

As interest in Open Dialogue approaches to mental health spreads all over the world, there is increased demand for formal training in Open Dialogue to develop capacities to be with people in states of extreme distress. Now, Open Dialogue UK is announcing new programs to prepare therapists to become Open Dialogue practitioners and Open Dialogue trainers.

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Justin Karter
MIA-UMB News Editor: Justin Karter is a writer, researcher and community organizer with graduate degrees in both journalism and community psychology. He is a doctoral candidate in Counseling Psychology at UMass Boston, an active member of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, and is currently working on several scholarly projects at the intersection of psychology, social theory, and political philosophy.

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