One of the things I look forward to every two years is participating in the Trialogue Conference, which draws together people interested in psychotherapy, literature and spirituality. Over the course of a very pleasant and stimulating weekend, participants reflect on a novel together and enjoy three keynote addresses, one from each of the disciplines of the Trialogue.
As Chairman of the conference I have been extensively involved in the planning for 2017 and have been surprised and delighted at how much energy has been generated by the discussion of what book to read and who to invite to speak. In the end we opted for two books by different authors, a new departure for the Trialogue which will, I am confident, enrich our conversations and our thinking in many ways.
The Trialogue takes place from 31 March – 2nd April 2017 at Holthorpe Hall Hall in Leicestershire, a new venue for the conference that is located very centrally in the country.
If you are interested in psychotherapy, literature or spirituality the Trialogue may well be of interest to you. I always find it extremely creative and hope very much that by holding these three disciplines together we can generate some genuine and far-reaching wisdom.
There is much more information about all this – together with an online booking form and details about the speakers – on the Trialogue website here.