Third Outdoor Experiential Learning Conference: Hungary, 2017

Here’s the next great event….

23rd to 25th June, 2017 in Dobogoko, about one hour from Budapest.

The past two annual Ösvény conferences have been a great success. The conferences are held in a comfortable hotel in the forest-clad mountains near Budapest and have a varied and very high quality program. The conferences are very affordable and have a friendly inclusive atmosphere.

The goal of the conference

Is to introduce – with the contribution of international and Hungarian lecturers and professionals – the approach, the methodology and the applications of experiential learning to the Hungarian professional audience, to decision makers and to the interested public.

The target group of the conference

Everybody who would like to get to know the theory and practice of experiential learning, or feels drawn to its values and would like to incorporate them into his or her practice with individuals or groups. The conference is mainly aimed at the following professional groups:Teachers, organizational development consultants, trainers, coaches, outdoor trainers, psychologists, therapists, social workers, high-rope course instructors, camp leaders, and other helping professionals.

For full details see http://tapasztalati-tanulas-konferencia.hu

Australian National Adventure Therapy Forum: 21-23 April, Victoria

Registrations are now open for the 2017 Australian Association for Bush Adventure Therapy (AABAT) National Forum. Come to the lush, green, picturesque Mount Macedon region of Victoria for a weekend of Bush Adventure Therapy education, workshops, and networking.

AABAT forums are inclusive, collaborative and experiential. They are designed for individuals both looking to explore this field of work, and for those who have many years of experience. So what are you waiting for? Get involved, share your stories, relax and immerse yourself!

Visit www.aabat.org.au for more details.
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Christine Norton wins AT Scholarship to Taiwan

Christine Norton who was co-convenor of the 7th International Adventure Therapy Conference (7IATC) has recently been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study adventure Therapy in Taiwan. For more details see http://www.txstate.edu/news/news_releases/news_archive/2016/March-2016/Fulbright031616.html

Congratulations to Christine.

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