International Certificate in Collaborative Practices

For the safety of participants and presenters, ICCP VI cohort schedule will only be hosted virtually. The in-person cohort will no longer be offered.
Thank you for your understanding & we look forward to you joining us!

Virtual Workshops
February 2022 – January 2024
10 Meetings over 20 months

The International Certificate in Collaborative Practices (ICCP) offers a unique opportunity to be part of an interdisciplinary professional group to develop skills and expertise in collaborative practices, including, organizational development, education, therapy and research.

Delivered by Houston Galveston Institute (HGI) in partnership with the Taos Institute, the ICCP program includes a series of Houston based workshops, a structured reading program, ongoing faculty support and the opportunity to participate in a ‘student exchange’ program within the international ICCP network. International network members are located in Central and South America, Europe and Asia.

The ICCP program at HGI will be 120+ continuing education hours. These hours will be provided virtually. Workshops will be held bimonthly (every other month). Over 20 months there are 10 meetings which include a one-day workshop and a following day of clinical supervision and consultation. Participants must attend eight of the ten meetings to receive a certificate. These are held between January 2022 and December 2023. Please see the meeting/training calendar below for dates. Completion of the program will involve the submission of a final piece of individual work to the program’s faculty.

Our faculty presenters include Harlene Anderson, Diana Carleton, Sue Levin, Adriana Gil-Wilkerson, Sylvia London, Cathy King, Neca Rodriguez, Gina Lira, Saliha Bava, Thelma Jean Goodrich, Josie Paul, Ilana Reisz, Carlos Villar, Rocio Chaveste, and M. L. Papusa Molina.

Additional online learning and resources are part of this program. The ICCP is offered around the world and gives practitioners the opportunity to expand their knowledge and competency in collaborative-dialogic practices across disciplines—therapy, organization development, education, and research. Participants are encouraged to learn in other settings through exchange with other programs.

These trainings are offered in the following countries: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, China, Czech Republic, Mexico, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Taiwan, and the USA.