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October 9, 2019 by Institute for Dialogic Practice

Open Dialogue Training at Yale Begins November 20

The International Certification Training in Open Dialogue & Dialogic Practice: Levels 1-3

Starting this November, the Institute for Dialogic Practice is beginning a new training cycle in Open Dialogue and Dialogic Practice at Yale University in New Haven, CT. It consists of four 5-day intensives and is taught by the original developers, leading practitioners and most experienced trainers. Trainees can take Level 1 as the foundation course and choose to go on to Level 2 to become a certified practitioner and/or Level 3 to become a certified trainer.

At the same time, with Yale sponsorship, we are able to provide tuition assistance as needed up to 50% of the full yearly cost. We also are trying to reduce costs for our trainees by identifying host families to provide no-cost or low-cost accommodations. | Learn more & register

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