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Four Rooms of Change certification
March 15-16, 2010
What is the Four Rooms of Change?
The Four Rooms of Change is a theory created by the Swedish psychologist, researcher and author Claes Janssen, Ph.D. His ground-breaking research on individual and collective defenses in the late sixties and early seventies immediately received international recognition.
The Four Rooms of Change is a theory based on scientific research. It deals with change, with what happens to people and organizations in change, stress and transition. And how they can understand and influence their own change processes and support others'.
A number of pedagogical and very practical tools have been developed to support people and their organizations.
The Four Rooms of Change is also known under the names the 4 Room Apartment and the Change House. However, neither of these have any tools, qualified training or quality control associated with them.
For those of you living in Australia and the Pacific Rim and have been interested in becoming a certified user of the Four Rooms of Change theory and pedagogic tools. We invite you to join us (the Four Rooms of Change Group and one of our collaborators in Australia; Clarion Learning) in Melbourne Australia for Part I March 15-16 2010.
2009 was a year filled transition and change. And, perhaps you are your clients are trying to put things in perspective and move forward. The Four Rooms of Change is proven to be an excellent tool to help individuals, groups and organizations manage their stress and anxiety related to change, so why not begin to learn more about how by participating in the Certification Program.
» Four Rooms of Change brochure, pdf, 0.1 mb
» Four Rooms of Change certification leaflet for Australia, pdf, 0.2 mb
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