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WHAT IS IT LIKE TO WORK WITH THE IDEAS OF OPEN DIALOGUE WHEN THE PRIMARY TASK IS DEFINED AS REHABILITATION?
 S. Akselgaard, R. Armitage
 

GPMF AND THE OPEN DIALOGUE: TOOLS FOR COMMUNITY PSYCHOTHERAPY
Raffaele Barone, Angela Volpe
 

DIALOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE EDUCATION PROJECT OF THE UFV
José Ángel Agejas Esteban, Álvaro Abellán e Sonia González
 

BEING MOVED
 Tore Dag Bøe, Per Arne Lidbom, Odd Kenneth Hillesund, Bård Bertelsen
 

THE “METALOG”: AN-OTHERPROPOSAL OF OPEN DIALOGUE
  Pasquale Busso
 

DIALOGICAL PRACTICES IN CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES: AZIENDA “COMUNI INSIEME” EXPERIENCE
 Monica Fazzi, Andrea Corradi
 

GETTING CLOSER – BUT NOT SO CLOSE THAT IT EXCLUDES AN ALTERITY OF THE OTHER. MANDATED THERAPY IN CASES WITH VIOLENCE AND CHILDREN: A MODEL FOR DIALOGICAL RESEARCH AMONG CONFLICTING VOICES
 A. M. Flam
 

RADICAL NOT KNOWING: MINDFULNESS AS A RELATIONAL RESOURCE IN GENERATIVE DIALOGUE
 E. Morales
 

MENTAL HEALTH COMMUNITY OUTREACH TEAMS: FROM TOTAL INSTITUTIONS TO RADICAL DEMOCRACY?
 Martin Novak 
 

DIALOGICAL NATURE OF THE MIND: RHIZOMATIC WEFT MIND MODEL
Eva Palleiro
 

BEYOND LABELING: DIALOGICAL BASED INTERVENTIONS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN DIFFERENT SETTINGS – IMPLEMENTATION AND RESEARCH (YOUNG DIALOGUE)
  Kogstad
 

A DIFFERENCE THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE
  L. Sheahan, L. Koser, K. Sjölin, E. Håkansson, E. Högling, C. Sabel, R. Andersson
 

COMMUNICATING WITH OUR YOUNGEST CITIZENS – HOW A REFLECTIVE VIEW ON THE INTERACTION SUPPORTS OUR DIALOGUE WITH INFANTS.
  Indra Simhan, Dr. med. Elise Gill, M.P.S., Kari Vik, Ph.D, Rolf Rohde
 

PHILOSOPHICAL PRACTICE AS AN HERITAGE OF SOCRATIC DIALOGUE THE DIALOGICAL PRACTICE OF OSCAR BRENIFIER
  Claudio Tarditi, Praino
 

THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF MENTAL ILLNESS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR NEUROPLASTICITY
   Walker
 

INTERVENTION MODELS IN (FOR) PROTECTION OF MINORS:NETWORK WORK IN A SYSTEMIC RELATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. SPECIALIZATION THESIS
  M. Zunno