About the Institute Fellows
How can I become a Fellow?
With our recent visioning processes in 2020/2021, we have created a process for anyone interested to apply to become a fellow. The process includes an application, an essay and an interview. Details about this process can be found here: Becoming a Fellow. To apply, follow this link to the google form application: Application. Read on to learn more.
What is a Institute Fellow?
Fellows are individuals who are committed to the transformative approach of practice, who share responsibility for its growth, development, and sustenance. Fellows exist to protect the integrity of the transformative approach and support ethical practice that is aligned to the approach.
Fellows Support the ISCT and the transformative Approach by:
Consider Becoming a Fellow
Fellows are individuals who are deeply engaged with the knowledge, theory and practice of the transformative approach. They practice in one or more ways: mediating, facilitating dialogues, coaching, training, mentoring, doing research and writing. They participate in shaping the future of the Institute, doing all that they can to ensure its on-going health. They work collaboratively with other Fellows as well as participate actively on the Institute’s board, committees and/or working groups.