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Relational Change Online Gathering 2023

The Times They Are A-Changing: How We Navigate Transitions and Contexts

Thursday December 14th: 10.00 to 16.00 GMT - ONLINE via Zoom. Cost £40

Many of us are experiencing that our world is changing; that all the touchstones and totems have shifted and become unreliable. What can we use to guide us? How do we define our identities? How do we set boundaries and defend our sense of what is right and ethical? During this day we will explore these questions together with an introductory session, followed by three rounds of dialogue and personal inquiry in small groups.

For more information, please go to our Training and Events Page, and download the The Times They Are A-Changing flyer. Please email Mandy at: with any questions.

To book a place please visit our Eventbrite booking site.

The ROG Faculty Evolves!

Welcome Three New ROG Associate Faculty Members

We are delighted to welcome Aline Giordano, John Hovell and James Woodeson as our new ROG Associate Faculty. They will be joining the training from October. To find out more, please go to our ROG-Training Page or download this months Newsletter.

Relational Organisational Gestalt Certificate/Diploma

ROG Phase One 2023-2024 Dates and Training Costs

Six, two day modules starting 19th and 20th October 2023, and running through to June 2024, ONLINE and Oxford UK. Diploma option available.

Book your place on our highly popular ROG Phase One course for 2023-2024 whose dates have now been finalised. The modules will be led by Marie-Anne Chidiac and Sally Denham-Vaughan and held online and in Oxford, UK. For further information please go to the ROG Training Courses page or download the ROG Phase One 2023-2024 Dates and Tuition Costs flyer.

ROG 2023-2024 Dates and Costs

Post Graduate Certificate/Diploma Courses

Trauma Certificate/Diploma 2024

Certificate/Diploma in Contemporary Trauma Practice 2024

Seven Modules from January to November 2024, starting 19th and 20th January: Oxford, UK

This popular course will run once again, in person, at the Friends Meeting House in Oxford. The Certificate/Diploma 2024 programme consists of seven, two day workshops (total 105 hours), which will build participants confidence, skills and understanding in working with trauma, especially complex trauma. Grounded in a relational perspective, the programme will offer a safe, non-pathologising and accessible approach to working with trauma.

The workshops will be led by Miriam Taylor, with guest trainers Ed Fellows, Margaret Landale, Sonja Hookway and Martin Capps.

For more details please visit our Training and Events Page and download the Trauma Certificate/Diploma 2024 flyer or to join the course please call Martin on 07941 647740 or email:

Certificate/Diploma in Supervision 2024: A Relational Change Process

Commencing January 2024, Kingston Upon Thames and online. We are intending to run this as a hybrid course with modules two and three on-line and one and four in person. Please contact Lynda Osborne if you would like to discuss this.

This 10 day course, spread over 9 months, is UKCP (HIPC) recognised, meets BACP standards and is suitable for psychotherapists, counsellors and organisational practitioners with at least 2 years experience, wishing to be accredited to supervise others. Diploma track is also available. UKCP members who complete the supervision Diploma can go straight onto the HIPC Supervisors Directory.

The workshops will be facilitated by Lynda Osborne, Marie-Anne Chidiac and Naoum Liotas. Cost: £1800 or £1550 with early bird discount if booked before 30th September 2023. For further details please visit our "Training and Events" page, and/or email Lynda Osborne. To book your place, please email Mandy at

Supervision Certificate/Diploma 2024
This Months Newsletter

Relational Change Newsletter

ROG: Roots and Shoots

For the past 18 years, Marie-Anne and Sally have been designing and developing the Relational Organisational Gestalt programme, in response to the need for an Organisational Development approach that is both relational and supportive of practitioners in navigating the complex, dynamic challenges of contemporary organisational life. An outline of the approach is described by Marie-Anne Chidiac in her 2018 book, Relational Organisational Gestalt: An Emergent Approach to Organisational Development.

We are delighted to announce a new chapter in our evolution, in welcoming a new team of Associate Faculty members: Aline Giordano, John Hovell and James Woodeson. Each is a graduate of our two-year ROG program, each also bringing their unique skills, interests and experience to the ROG programme. In our Newsletter this month, we invite you to get acquainted with our three new ROG associates, in their own words.

To read this months newsletter, or to see previous newsletters, please go to our Links page.

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We help individuals, couples, families, teams, organisations and communities find improved outcomes through better relationships.

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Relational Change promotes a relational approach in all walks of life. Together with our associates and affiliated centres in the UK and Europe, we aim to deliver value to people, groups and communities in the areas of Organisational Development, Community Building, Coaching and Psychotherapy.

We are an Organisational Member of INTAGIO and work closely with a number of partners across the world to develop the relational movement.

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