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This podcast gives the listener an opportunity to hear conversations with people from the field of systemic psychotherapy. Host Sezer and Julie, two systemic and family psychotherapists, discuss a wide range of topics, theories, practices and experiences with their guests, giving the listener an insight into this disciplines contribution to social change.Artwork by Arai Drake Creative: http://www.araidrake.com/portfolio/thesystemicway/Music by Rena PaidWe are now being supported by the Association of Family Therapy (AFT).

The Systemic Way Sezer and Julie

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This podcast gives the listener an opportunity to hear conversations with people from the field of systemic psychotherapy. Host Sezer and Julie, two systemic and family psychotherapists, discuss a wide range of topics, theories, practices and experiences with their guests, giving the listener an insight into this disciplines contribution to social change.Artwork by Arai Drake Creative: http://www.araidrake.com/portfolio/thesystemicway/Music by Rena PaidWe are now being supported by the Association of Family Therapy (AFT).

    Beyond Single Stories of Trauma to Narratives of Survival and Strength: With Nsimire Aimee Bisimwa

    Beyond Single Stories of Trauma to Narratives of Survival and Strength: With Nsimire Aimee Bisimwa

    Nsimire Aimee Bisimwa is a Highly Specialist Systemic & Family Psychotherapist, course lead & lecturer at Essex University & Tavistock Centre and visiting lecturer at University College London. Our home is the theme for Refugee Week in 2024. In this special episode, we are dedicating our discussion to exploring and highlighting the crucial work being done to support refugees and young asylum seekers. We have the privilege of speaking with Nsimire, a leading professional...

    • 1 hr 21 min
    Critical Realism and The Philosophy of Open Systems: In Conversation with David Pocock.

    Critical Realism and The Philosophy of Open Systems: In Conversation with David Pocock.

    David Pocock , Systemic Family Psychotherapist, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, author and lecturer, joins us to discuss his influential paper, "A Philosophy of Practice for Systemic Psychotherapy: The Case for Critical Realism." (2015) In this session, we revisit the paper almost ten years after its initial publication to examine its enduring themes and its significant contribution to the field of family therapy. David explains what critical realism is and how it manifests in therapeutic pra...

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Systemic Interventions/Psychotherapy - Two Sides of the Same Coin?: With Umberta Telfener

    Systemic Interventions/Psychotherapy - Two Sides of the Same Coin?: With Umberta Telfener

    In this episode we are joined by EFTA President, Umberta Telfener, as she shares with us her legacy and connection to the development of the systemic field. She talks about her relationships with some of the pioneers in Systemic Family Therapy across the globe. We hear her passionate views on combining systemic interventions and psychotherapy as we explore the integral relationship between them. Umberta also discusses first and second order change, systemic complexity, collusion and utilising...

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Collective Care, "Sumud" and Resistance: With Dr. Yoa'd Ghanadry-Hakim

    Collective Care, "Sumud" and Resistance: With Dr. Yoa'd Ghanadry-Hakim

    In today's episode we have the privilege to speak with Dr. Yoa'd Ghanadry-Hakim who is a clinical psychologist, human rights activist and supervisor and has been active in the field of mental health in Palestine for 25 years. Dr Yoa’d joins us to talk about her experiences of working in Palestine and generously shares her professional journey and the many factors that have contributed to her development through the context of living in an occupied land. Yoa'd invites us to reconsi...

    • 54 min
    Gender, Sexuality and Adventures Beyond the Binary: In conversation with Amanda Middleton

    Gender, Sexuality and Adventures Beyond the Binary: In conversation with Amanda Middleton

    Amanda Middleton joins us to talk in depth about her keynote speech/article, Adventures in time, gender and therapeutic practice. Embracing a queer systemic way of working with gender expansive families. Amanda shares with us ways to understand gender and sexuality that are away from binary discourses and we discuss why this matters for inclusive therapeutic practice. She takes us on an adventure about her work, projects and passions on utilising a queer systemic approach that is steeped...

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Social Constructionism - Origins, Development and Future in Systemic Practice: With Kenneth J. Gergen Ph.D

    Social Constructionism - Origins, Development and Future in Systemic Practice: With Kenneth J. Gergen Ph.D

    This episode focuses on social constructionism with one of the leading figures in the field, Kenneth J. Gergen Ph.D. We hear about how radical the ideas were at the time of its conceptiopn and the people who believed in its contribution to psychology and supported its evolution. Ken tells us his personal and professional stories of the history and development of his key ideas within social constructionism alongside some of the challenges when sharing with the wider field. Ken discussed ...

    • 1 hr 19 min

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