Christine Oliver (PhD) is a significant contributor to systemic practical theory in the field of systemic therapy and systemic organisational practice. She has been developing and leading systemic leadership and organisational development trainings at Masters level for universities and training institutes, recently in collaboration with Martin Miksits. She also works as Consultant Family Therapist and Group Analyst for East London Foundation Trust and is an independent psychotherapist and organisational consultant working to facilitate individual and organisational development.
Christine provides systemic leadership and management training and consultancy for public, private and not for profit organisations locally and globally. A primary interest is in consultancy methodologies for structuring dialogue to engender reflexive practice in the workplace. She has contributed to the development of systemic theory and practice through many published papers and through her most recent books: Reflexive Inquiry, published by Karnac, London (2005) and Complexity, Relationships and Strange Loops, published by the MHA Institute, Canada (2003).