MO Connection Newsletter August 15, 2018 Those in attendance: Ali Sahebi (Iran), Al Zamel (Kuwait), Katina Diano-Vandenbroeck (Philippines), Jean Seville Suffield (Canada), Susan Fleming (Australia), Masaki Kakitani (Japan), Denzyl Wibooi (South Africa), John Cooper (Board Chair), and Kim Olver (WGI ED). We had another productive and positive meeting. John and Kim shared the discussions of the International Board in Bogota. The Board is excited to restructure and become more representative of our membership by all MOs having representation on the board, instead of just large geographic areas being represented. We know we want to be an umbrella organization that creates standards to protect the quality of the work being done, provides an International presence for MOs to reference, and helps connect MOs with the exciting things that are happening other countries. WGI does not want to piecemeal this, nor do we want to decide everything without MO input. We plan to get a draft package together of what we are thinking and once this is complete and agreed upon, we will send it out for your comments, questions, suggestions and feedback. Stay tuned.
On Sunday 15th July 2018, a group of six candidates completed the CT/RT Certification Programme in Scoil Aoife, City West, Dublin. St. Claire Sweeney (Faculty), Devindra Mc Cowen, Mary Keating, Ivana Kofic, Stacey Hearne (Faculty), Tracey Fox, Anita Doyle, Kathleen Swayne, Eileen Hearne (Faculty) and Brian Lennon (Faculty). The instructor for this Certification Week was Stacey Hearne. Our heartiest congratulations to the six newly certified individuals. We look forward to seeing you all at future WGII events.
Basic Intensive Week: Training Module 1: Cost: €395 March.10th-11th & March 24th-25th over two weekends Region Dublin April 9th-13th Easter Region Dublin June 18th-22nd: Region Dublin July 11h-15th: Venue: UCC, College Road, Region Cork Over two weekends Nov. 10th—11th and Nov. 24th-25th Region Dublin Courses run subject to a minimum/maximum of 6/12 participants. Take Charge of Your Life is an Introductory 6 hour workshop in (1×6 /2×3 /3×2 ) in Dr. Glasser’s Choice Theory Psychology of Personal Freedom. Cost €65 Waged Participants and €35 Unwaged Participants. Available to individuals and organisations Interested in getting along with significant others in their professional and personal lives. WGI-Accredited Facilitators available throughout the country. Application Details on our website: www.wgii.ie email@example.com . 087 2649063 Further Information and Application Details on our Website: www.wgii.ie. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Kim 01 6204111 or 083 8218499 : FURTHER TRAINING IN REALITY THERAPY/CHOICE THEORY If you have started on your journey to Certification in Reality Therapy, and you are interested in continuing with any of the following training modules, please phone us at 085 7878539, or email us at: email@example.com to register your interest. Training may be offered in Cork and Dublin, depending on minimum numbers applying. Basic Practicum: Training Module 2. (Requirement: Must have completed Basic Week Training) Cost: €395 Due Start Date: Saturday October 13th, 2018 Advanced Intensive Week: Training Module 3 (Requirement: Must have completed Basic Practicum) Cost €395 Date: TBC Advanced Practicum: Training Module 4 (Requirement: Must have completed Advanced Week Training. Cost: €395: Date: TBC Certification Week: Training Module 5. (Requirement: Must have completed Advanced Practicum) Cost: €425. Venue: Dublin Date: TBC
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A commemorative historical edition of the Spring 2017 issue of the International Journal of Choice Theory® and Reality Therapy is now available in hardcover publication. It is beautifully done with a copy of Carleen Glasser’s water-color of Bill Glasser on the back page and a short write-up by Dr. Patricia Robey, Guest Lead Editor, who agreed to oversee this phenomenal undertaking at the request of Journal Editor, Dr. Tom Parish.