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Jump to next publication What is Co-Counselling? Jump to page top

by
JanPieter Hoogma
A general introductory article about Co-Counselling, written for people new to Co-Counselling.
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Dutch translation by Marian van Wijngaarden
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by
JanPieter Hoogma
The manual not only covers the Co-Counselling fundamentals, but also conflict, difficult conversations, creating your life, support and support groups.

This approach of Co-Counselling is based on principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Focusing and the Harvard Negotiation project. Its development started in the late nineties and it is still a project in progress.
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Jump to next publication The Rescue Triangle Jump to previous publication
or the art of being in charge of yourself and not controlling other people

Teresa Tinklin
&
JanPieter Hoogma
One of the basic principles of Co-Counselling is that people are responsible for themselves. If I need something, it is my responsibility to ask for it. If I don't want to do something I can say 'no'.

The Rescue Triangle describes common patterns that we may have learned that help us control other people's behaviour. This booklet describes those patterns and how they inter-relate with each other. Knowing about the Rescue Triangle will help us become more aware of when we are acting in controlling ways.

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Jump to next publication Open Co-Counselling Days. How to organise & facilitate them Jump back to previous publication

by
JanPieter Hoogma
Open Co-Counselling Days are a simple way of offering Co-Counsellors opportunities for having sessions and meeting other Co-Counsellors. From the Network point of view well facilitated Open Co-Counselling Days support the development of Co-Counselling skills and maintain and extend the Co-Counselling network fabric.
The aim of this publication is to support Co-Counsellors with organising and facilitating Open Co-Counselling Days
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Jump to next publication Supporting a Sense of Safety at CCI Workshops Jump to previous publication

by
CCI 1999 Scotland
organisation team
Feeling safe at Co-Counselling workshops is an essential precondition for people to get most out of the workshop. That raises the question of how we as workshop organisers could help to create a safe workshop environment.
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Jump to next publication Organising residential workshops Jump to previous publication

by
JanPieter Hoogma
£10
When organising a workshop one has to make several core decisions: "What is the workshop about? For who is this workshop meant? Child minding? What venue? What to do to keep the finances healthy? Who to organise with and how to do this effectively? To name some of the issues. This document is continually updated and is therefore not availabnle as HTML web document.
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Jump to next publication Findings of the world wide survey of Co-Counsellors' experiences of settling into Co-Counselling Jump to previous publication

by
Teresa Tinklin
&
JanPieter Hoogma
We wanted to gather information about as many people's actual experiences of settling in as possible: to give us some real facts about what people had found difficult and what they had found supportive. So we sent out a questionnaire - to newsletters, communities, and over the internet. Almost 100 Co-Counsellors responded. This report provides a summary of what they said.
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Jump to Page bottom How can new Co-Counsellors be supported to settle into Co-Counselling? 5 Case Studies Jump to previous publication

by
JanPieter Hoogma
(Editor)
Without new Co-Counsellors a network dies. Supporting new Co-Counsellors is therefore an important objective for Co-Counselling networks. This booklet describes how five differently organised Co-Counselling projects (Connecticut (USA), Münster (Germany), Birmingham and Manchester (England) and in Scotland) tried to support their new Co-Counsellors.
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Jump to next publication The Challenge of Peer Organisation Jump to previous publication

by
JanPieter Hoogma
(1998)
Not everybody in our western society has ample experience of successful peer organisations. This booklet is about challenges one will meet when people try to organise themselves on a peer base. It describes the Scottish experiment until 1997 as well.
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Jump to next publication Facilitating Network conflicts Jump to previous publication

by
JanPieter Hoogma
Often it seems that conflicts in organisations, such as Co-Counselling, are between two people and indeed that can be the case. However, it could also be that a conflict between two people is actually the tip of an iceberg, the most visible part of a struggle between two or more groups, each with their own realities and their own understandings of what is important.
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Holding Job holders properly accountable Jump to previous publication

by
JanPieter Hoogma
Generally speaking most jobs in Co-Counselling are done in a satisfying way and with satisfying results. However, this is not always the case......
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