The European Constructivist Training Network (ECTN) would like to inviteyou to join us for
the fifth Winter School of constructivist psychology on the topic BODY & BORDERS. WHERE SYSTEM ENCOUNTERS THE WORLD.
After the success of last two years, Alpine Tales returns with new ideas and opportunities that will provide the perfect occasion to experience what living constructivism means.The event is going to be a “tangible experience of embodied constructivism: A “non-scholastic school”, where everybody is a teacher and a student at the same time, just as in life, where everyone has something to offer or to embrace”. Teachers, scholars, students, clinicians and other people involved in PCP are going to be living together, sharing ideas and learning from each other, building bridges and sharing resources that will enrich their professions and their experience of Personal Construct Psychology.The Winter School offers a program of workshops, peer supervisions and experiential group activities. There will also be plenty of leisure time, in order to visit the surrounding area, relax or enjoy the local winter sports, socializing and exchanging ideas and interests in a really informal way.
This year’s edition will be held from the 21st until the 24th of February 2019 and will be hosted in San Martino di Castrozza, surrounded by the beautiful Dolomites, at a hight of 1487 meters.
Everybody is invited to participate in the co-construction of Alpine Tales, so feel free to present your experiential workshop proposal interpreting this year’s theme: “BODY & BORDERS. WHERE SYSTEM ENCOUNTERS THE WORLD”!!
You can register and find more information on the websitehttp://www.costruttivismo.it/alpine-tales-2019/. There are only 36 places available!Please feel free to contact us for any questions or doubts concerning the event at email@example.com !
Hoping that you will join us in our adventure on the Italian Alps,
Massimo Giliberto, Giovanni Stella, Chiara Lui, Elena BordinEuropean Constructivist Training NetworkSocietà Costruttivista ItalianaInstitute of Constructivist Psychology – Padua