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Latest Blog Posts

Last Blog of the Year

As the year ends it’s a great time to take stock of what has been achieved.   Work began in Dartmoor prison where we received some very positive feedback and in Wellington College. As well [...]

Unexpected feedback

Very often we work with actors to demonstrate to training participants how the Dialogue Road Map can work in different situations. The actors play a variety of roles from patients with Schizophrenia, perpetrators or victims [...]

Your Turn

One part of the Dialogue Road Map is Feedback. Every week, things happen, friends send me links or I notice something and it inspires a blog post. I’ve had feedback that there has been useful [...]

I blinked

How is it the end of November? I blinked and 11 months went past. Phrases like ‘time flies when you’re having fun’ spring to mind. I find it very easy to be busy and keep [...]

The Spirit of Gratitude in time for Thanksgiving

At the risk of being accused of becoming American, our work in New York reminds me that this week is a time for gratitude. A few months ago I remembered that I had forgotten to [...]

The US President

Donald Trump is President of the USA. Let’s think about that for a moment. Donald Trump was elected by the people of America. He didn’t get the most votes. Hilary Clinton got the most votes [...]