College of Arts and Sciences


  • TCI Supervision: When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going

    June 20, 2015 9:00am-5:00pm This one day workshop is for MAP graduate students who attended the Group: Identity in Community summer class taught by Annemieke Algra and Wim Stevens based on Theme Centered Interaction (TCI). Those who attended the Group class in the summer of 2012, 2013, or 2014 are invited to participate.

    TCI Breakfast Meeting

    June 29, 2015, 7:30-10am  Introduction to Theme Centered Interaction (TCI): A unique approach to participatory leadership. This breakfast meeting is for all managers and team leaders (in business, public service/administration, social welfare) who are seeking inspiration on how to develop personal and collective leadership in their teams and organizations.

    TCI Workshop

    June 30-July 2  A unique approach of developing collective leadership in your team based on the concept of Theme Centered Interaction. Join licensed trainers Annemieke Algra and Wim Stevens for a 2 ½ day workshop that offers a practical approach to management and group dynamics that builds on the foundations psychoanalysis, group therapy and of humanistic psychology. 

    Seriously Playful: A Child Focusing Workshop 

    July 24, 2015-July 26, 2015 Are you looking for ways to explore the world of your inner child? Open into your creativity...and gain more confidence and flexibility when working with children or clients or groups. Don’t miss out on this unique training possibility this summer with René Veugelers, Focusing Trainer from the Netherlands.

    Workshop: Sexualities in the Therapy Room with Shannon Solie, MA

    July 25, 2015 9:00am-5:00pm The focus of this workshop is to gain deeper understanding of how sexual expression and desire brings in additional understanding of the intersecting components of what it means to be human.

    2015 International Focusing Conference: The Future of Focusing

    July 29-August 2, 2015 at Seattle University  We look forward to a conference full of new ideas and evolving methods of using Focusing in your teaching, professional and community work as well as daily and spiritual life. We encourage you to share from the place in your own process and development which is most enlivening and generative.