International Certificate in Collaborative Practices

This 120-plus hour International Certificate in Collaborative Practices (ICCP) program offers intensive two-day workshops over 20 months. The latest training began in September, 2019.

Our premier faculty includes Harlene Anderson, Diana Carleton, Sue Levin, Sylvia London, Cathy King, Neca Rodriguez, Saliha Bava, Stephanie Gabel Zepeda, Thelma Jean Goodrich, Rocio Chaveste, M. L. Papusa Molina and Adriana Gil-Wilkerson. 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 and dialogic practices across disciplines—therapy, organization development, education, and research. Participants are encouraged to learn in other settings through exchange with other programs.

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 and 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, Paraguay, Spain, Taiwan, and the USA.