Jim Wilson is a UKCP registered systemic psychotherapist. He works as a consultant, trainer and supervisor to mental health and social care services nationally and internationally and is currently working in the National Health Service in Wales, UK.
His seminars, workshops, and conference presentations are dedicated to exploring creativity in social-relational practices , the political context of mental health services, and the promotion of psychological therapies and social care practices as a process of mutual humanization.
His publications include: Child Focused Practice: A collaborative systemic approach (Karnac 1998),The Performance of Practice: enhancing the repertoire of therapy with children and families (Karnac 2007) and Creativity in Times of Constraint ; a practitioner’s companion in social care and mental health services. (Karnac 2017)
He is also a founding member, together with Jaakko Seikkula, John Shotter, Justine van Lawick and Peter Rober to the Network for Dialogical Practices http://www.opendialogicalpractices.eu