enabling soul, dialogue and community in the world
Social and community facilitator, author, practitioner, consultant, analyst
This book introduces social practitioners - community development workers, social workers, organisational change facilitators, social, ecological, cultural and political activists - to a phenomenological tradition of reflective practice.
Critiquing reductionist, linear and ossified thinking in the social and ecological fields, the book offers an exciting new alternative that is honouring of the uncertainty of all living and therefore emergent social processes. Linking phenomenology and Goethe's 'delicate empiricism', the book challenges practitioners to observe and work with living processes.