Stockholm, Tue Jan 22 2019 - Fri Jan 25 2019

(22 Jan 2019 9:00 AM - 25 Jan 2019 5:00 PM )

Stockholm Systems-Centered Training Workshops

SCT Workshop with Susan P. Gantt , Sven-Erik Viskari , Erika Ekedal
Contact: Erika Ekedal

Venue
Stockholm
Sweden

Event Details

Two 2-day experiential workshops:

Jan 22-23, 2019: Building a Systems-Centered Group
This workshop offers two levels of training: Foundation Level and Intermediate-Advanced Level. Both groups will work separately as well as have opportunities to observe each other.

Foundation Group
For members new to SCT and those wanting to develop their SCT skills in building a systems-centered group.
Members will learn:
• functional subgrouping as a method of conflict resolution
• how to modify the restraining forces that inhibit change
• the “fork-in-the-road” of choice between explaining conflicts and exploring them
• to manage and weaken the familiar “one-up, one-down” role relationships
• how to work in a systems-centered group on reactions to authority

Intermediate-Advanced Group
With endorsement from their training group leaders or system mentors, members will work in an SCT group to explore the dynamics in each of the phases of system development.
Members will learn:
• the conflicts in each of the phases of system development
• their own role responses in each phase
• the challenges of moving from person to member in each phase of system development

If you need assistance in determining whether the Intermediate-Advanced group is a good training context for your work, contact Sven-Erik Viskari by email or at +46 (0)70 575 12 54

Jan 24-25, 2019: Functional Role-Taking: Coping in Times of Uncertainty
Developing a systems-centered perspective enables a shift from taking one’s work or organizational roles “just personally” to taking one’s membership functionally in support of the goals of the context.
Members will learn:
• to discriminate between one’s work role in an organization and the ongoing suction to personal roles
• to apply systems-centered thinking to locate oneself in one’s role in relation to the goal and the context of the organization
• to weaken the blocks to role flexibility in times of uncertainty

Registration:
Online Registration in English
Online Registration in Swedish
Early registration by Dec 1: 4800 SEK+VAT per two day workshop
Registration after Dec 1: 5200 SEK+VAT per two day workshop
Both workshops = 10% discount
Members of Svenska SCT-föreningen = 5% discount
The Swedish VAT is 25% and will be added to the registration fees for organizations and private practices in Sweden.
Those who do not have the opportunity to pay through an organization or private practice may contact us at sctforeningen@gmail.com for negotiation of price.
Organizations and private practices in other countries inside EU pay VAT to the tax authorities in their own countries (reverse charge).
No VAT is added for organizations and private practices outside EU.

The workshops will be held in English.

Sponsored by the Swedish SCT Association, Svenska SCT-föreningen.

Presenters

Susan P. Gantt Ph.D., ABPP, CGP sgantt@systemscentered.com
Susan P. Gantt, Ph.D., ABPP, CGP, is a psychologist in Atlanta and Emerita faculty at Emory University School of Medicine, Psychiatry department, where she coordinated group psychotherapy training for 29 years. She is the Chair of the Systems-Centered Training (SCT) and Research Institute; trains and consults in the practice of SCT in the USA and Europe, leads ongoing training groups in Atlanta, San Francisco and Amsterdam. She has published numerous journal articles, co-authored three books with Yvonne Agazarian, co-edited The Interpersonal Neurobiology of Group Psychotherapy and Group Process with Bonnie Badenoch, and was awarded the 2011 Alonso Award for Excellence in Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy.

Sven-Erik Viskari MA sven-erik.viskari@telia.com
Sven-Erik Viskari, MA, is a licensed psychologist and psychotherapist. Today his professional life is a mix of clinical and organizational development work. He is a licensed Systems-Centered Practitioner since 2007, runs regular SCT training groups in Sweden, and is a board member of the Swedish SCT Association. He has previously served many years on the international Board of Systems-Centered Training and Research Institute.

Erika Ekedal MSc sctforeningen@gmail.com
Erika Ekedal, MSc, is a licensed psychologist working as a councellor and consultant with individuals, groups and organizations. Her experience includes teaching Leadership and Organizational Development at Karolinska Institutet. She is a licensed Systems-Centered Practitioner since 2007, runs regular SCT training groups in Sweden and is chairperson of the Swedish SCT Association.

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