Friday 5 July 2019
Journeying through Stories of Personal & Professional Identity.
I will invite you to travel with me as I retrace my journey over time and across continents, living and working within different discourses of identity. I will share narratives from the multi-storied contexts of my life (personal, professional and political) to reflect on my relationship with different identity discourses and different models of ‘self’. I will invite you to resonate with your own experience as we consider opportunities and constraints these discourses might create for ourselves, our world and the people with whom we work.
Glenda Fredman is a clinical psychologist, systemic family psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor. She is committed to enabling systemic and ethical practice within public services where she has worked at all levels of organisations with people in therapy, with staff in training and with teams and organizations in consultation. Glenda is author of ‘Death Talk: Conversations with Children and Families’ (Karnac);‘Transforming Emotion: Conversations in Counselling and Psychotherapy’(Wiley) and co-editor of‘Being with Older People: A systemic approach’ (Karnac); Working with Embodiment in Supervision: A systemic approach (Routledge) and Collaborative Consultation in Mental Health: Guidelines for the new consultant (Routledge).