Register for the two year training program offered by
the BSDT Institute, scheduled to begin September 2018
Promote new ideas and innovative practices in the field of
Counseling and Psychotherapy through training and other activities.
The objective is to offer a high level training programme in theory and practical skills so that graduates can work professionally as ‘BSDT Dialogical Counsellors – Therapists’, under specific terms and conditions, in the BSDT – Brief Systemic Dialogical Therapy model, developed by Dina Mousteri. It provides graduates with the opportunity to register as a full member of the BSDT Institute and become a part of the BSDT therapist community.
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The Brief Systemic Dialogical Therapy model is the result of a longstanding process of personal study, research and clinical interventions with individuals, couples, families and larger groups.
The completion of the 2-year program in Brief Systemic Dialogue Therapy offers the Advanced Certificate in Brief Systemic Dialogue Therapy of a total of 504 hours.
The Brief Systemic Dialogical Therapy model is the result of a longstanding process of personal study, research and clinical interventions with individuals, couples, families and larger groups. It is a living and continually evolving approach which combines the most recent ideas in the field of psychotherapy in a creative and original way. The foundational philosophy of the model is based on ideas influenced by social constructionism and on the principle of the transformative power of language and dialogic conversation.
The BSDT – Brief Systemic Dialogical Therapy model is an integrative approach to therapy which is being promoted through the training courses organized by the BSDT Institute.
The model integrates ideas within the field of Systemic, Brief Solution oriented and Collaborative theories and practices.
This approach helps to look at people’s problems from a different vantage point and effectively resolve them, away from quick-fix and formulaic techniques. It offers an exciting learning experience that inspires and motivates because it relies on the interests, strengths, experiences and abilities of its students.
It is supported by international institutes and experts who have marked the development of new ideas, concepts and practices in psychotherapy through their work and writings