Friday, February 3 – Sunday, February 5, 2023 – ONLINE
( 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM)
Tuition: $ 995.00
Continuing education credits from NASW-MA
“A wonderful training” — Participant, July 2020
“This was the best training I have ever attended.” –Participant, April 2018
“I loved this training!” –Participant, November 2016.
“Just a wonderfully great training! The two of you worked so beautifully together. A very generous, stimulating, generative training– (which is truly unique in my experience).” — Participant, May 2016 Intensive.
This three-day training session will provide attendees with a comprehensive, fidelity-based introduction to Dialogic Practice, an approach to psychotherapy, as it has emerged from Open Dialogue. This approach improves overall clinical competence, regardless of each attendee’s primary theoretical orientation.
Throughout this session, we’ll give special attention to the acute crises of young adulthood, including severe depression, eating problems and early psychosis.
CEUs are pending. Applications have been made to the National Association of Social Workers in Washington, DC and its specific chapters in Massachusetts and New York. It is the responsibility of the attendee to check back to verify that these continuing education credits have been approved and are valid for their particular license in their particular state.
To register, please send a check in the amount of $995.00 to
Mary Olson, PhD, 24 West Main Street, Suite 360, Clinton, CT, 06413.
If you wish to use PayPal, there is an additional fee of $30.
About the Instructors
Mary Olson, PhD is the founder and director of the Institute for Dialogic Practice. She is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine and an elected member of the American Family Therapy Academy. A Fulbright Scholar in the Department of Psychology, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, she studied Open Dialogue and has specialized in developing training methods in dialogic-reflecting practices. She has written key articles on dialogic therapy including co-authoring the “Key Elements of Dialogic Practice in Open Dialogue (2014). She maintains a private practice in Connecticut.
Nazlim Hagmann, MD is a faculty member at the Institute for Dialogic Practice. Nazlim graduated from the two-year training program in 2013 and holds a certificate in trauma studies from New York University. Throughout her career, Nazlim has had a particular interest in understanding and finding alternative and more humane ways to work with people in extreme states. She maintains a private practice in New York City.