RELATIONAL PRACTICE

Concerned with the capacity to build and sustain connections, with one’s self, with others, in relation to changing individual, organisational and societal conditions: how we understand and bring meaning to experience, so as to inform our awareness, professional judgement and ability to act in complex scenarios. More…

 
 

IDENTITY

Recognising who I am, at any one time, how I reveal different parts of myself in the moment, and how I respond to my thoughts and feelings in any situation are dynamics of working with one’s identity from a relational perspective, and crucial to how we make sense of our experiences. More…

PLACE

Places locate and orientate us, ‘here is where I am, now’. They evoke and hold feelings, and are formative in the way we develop patterns of relating with others, influencing a capacity to be curious, and significant in what we let ourselves remember and forget. More…