Conference workshops and papers.

Conference workshops and papers are being confirmed. Here are some details to pique your interest …

Open day

Deep Talk in interfaith contexts: Monika Doering will share her experiences using Deep Talk in international conferences and more local encounters where she has supported Muslim – Christian – Jewish dialogue.

Deep Talk as a tool to support NHS workers during and after the pandemic. Paediatric hospital chaplain Kate Cornwell will share her experience and lead a practical workshop.

Deep Talk to promote Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. Practitioner Rebecca Walton will lead a practical session drawing on her experience in workplace and community contexts to help delegates consider how Deep Talk can be adapted to best fit their own circumstances.

Writing your own Deep Talk stories. Kathryn Lord will lead a practical workshop to get you started, or develop your existing practice.

Deep Talk and playful approaches to childhood spirituality: The ideas of Johan Huzinga, Jena Piaget, Jürgen Moltmann and Jerome Berryman feature in this fascinating paper where Denise Brogden will present ideas and principles from her Master’s dissertation research looking at the ways Godly Play and Deep Talk harness the freedom of play and offer participants space and scope to respond, or not respond, in their own ways.

More to come … watch this space!

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