Now I See A Person Institute has seven years of research on our work with a variety of populations. Our research reflects a high level of transformation and change especially for those considered unchangeable in the past. Please email us for copies of our published evidence based articles using Community Engagement: A Collaborative Recovery Program. Dr. Swim has been conducting research on process ethics (“the right and good for each client in therapy”) since the early nineties. In such every therapy session is viewed as a venue for “sacred conversations” (Swim, 2001). NISAPI views each client as an impetus for change and their world view is honored and respected. This premise also extends to the client’s family members, community and referral systems.
NISAPI offers a hosting program for clinicians and practitioners from other countries, local, national and international institutes, or universities through the Taos Institute
The articles below from The Journal of Systemic Therapies MAY NOT be copied these are for viewing only. Contact The Journal of Systemic Therapies for copies of articles.
In June, Metalogos published two of our articles in English and Greek (Now I See A Person Institute: Equine Assited Psychotherapy-Community Engagement:A Colaborative Recovery Model and Now I See A Person-The Poetics of Supervision. Please go to their website to view these articles and additional ones from colleagues in our field. Our sincere gratitude to Metalogos! Please view their site.
Our Therapeutic Summer Camp will start in June 2018. Please view flyers below.
Process ethics: A collaborative partnership
The below articles MAY NOT be copied and are for read ONLY. Contact the Journal of Systemic Therapies for copies
Email us for copies of our 2015 and 2017 research articles on Community Engagement: A Collaborative Recovery Model.