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About Northampton, MA

Dialogic Practice

Connecticut River from Mt. Sugar Loaf, © 2005 by Rene Theberge

The Institute for Dialogic Practice is located right outside of Northampton, Massachusetts – an idyllic community and thriving cultural center that is located along the banks of the scenic Connecticut River. With its eclectic restaurants and lively arts and music scenes, “Noho,” as it’s commonly called, has become an increasingly popular tourist destination.

Home to Smith College, Northampton is also one of the northernmost cities in the Knowledge Corridor – a cultural and economic partnership with other cities and towns in the Connecticut River Valley. Smith students, as well as those of the associated Five Colleges, contribute to the vibrant “college town” atmosphere that is so prevalent here.

For more information on what to do and where to eat during your stay, check out this Northampton, MA city guide.

Where to Stay

Within walking distance of Downtown Northampton

Autumn Inn, Northampton, (413) 584-7660
Hotel Northampton, Northampton, (413) 584-3100

Northampton hotels

For information on Northampton area bed and breakfasts, visit the Hampshire Hills Bed and Breakfast Association and the Five College Area Bed and Breakfast Association.

Contact the Institute

Institute Faculty

The Institute For Dialogic Practice, Open Dialogue, Dialogic Practice, dialogical, dialogical approach, mental health care, healing psychosis, depression, psychosis, fidelity, new york society for ethical culture, psychotherapy, open dialogue Finland, client centered psychotherapy, Mary Olson The Institute is the only North American teaching facility that specializes in providing world-class training in Open Dialogue and Dialogic Practice delivered by the field’s leading experts and developers.

Institute Faculty

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Harry Goolishian