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Peter Rober, Ph.D.

About Peter Rober, Ph.D.

Peter Rober, Ph.D. is a Senior Faculty member at the Institute for Dialogic Practice.  He is also a professor of family therapy at the Institute for Family and Sexuality Studies at the University of Leuven, Belgium and a clinical psychologist, family therapist and family therapy trainer at Context:  The Center for Marital and Family Therapy (UPC KU Leuven, Belgium).

Peter has made key contributions to the development of dialogical therapy. His research interest areas focus on the practice of family therapy and on the therapy process, including especially the self of the therapist and the therapist’s inner conversation.  Every year in August he organizes the European Summer School in Family Therapy in Leuven (Belgium) together with Jaakko Seikkula, John Shotter, Justine van Lawick and Jim Wilson.

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