Open Dialogue Announces New Training Programs


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 Research News Editor: Justin M. Karter is the lead research news editor for Mad in America. He completed his doctorate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Boston. He also holds graduate degrees in both Journalism and Community Psychology from Point Park University. He brings a particular interest in examining and decoding cultural narratives of mental health and reimagining the institutions built on these assumptions.