The certification process provides the support enabling one to acquire the skills required to lead Micro-phenomenological interviews and analyze them in a research context. The certification allows one to claim to use the Micro-phenomenological method in conferences or articles presenting research results.
The conditions for obtaining a certification in Micro-phenomenology are the following:
1) Interview training
Completion of the "Micro-phenomenological interview" training (35-40 hours)
Participation in a micro-phenomenological interview practice group (minimum 5 interviews as an interviewee and 5 as an interviewer)
At least 15 additional interviews
The supervision of about three interviews by an expert interviewer (individual or group supervision) is highly recommended.
2) Analysis training
Completion of the "Micro-phenomenological analysis" training (35-40 hours)
The supervision of about three interview analyses by an expert analyst (individual or group supervision) is highly recommended.
3) Research work
Performing a research work in Micro-phenomenology resulting in a methodological and/or epistemological advance.
Content of the certifying research work
List of supervisors
Anne Remillieux <firstname.lastname@example.org> (French)
Camila Valenzuela <email@example.com> (Spanish, English, French)
Ema Demšar <firstname.lastname@example.org> (English)
Emily Hammond <E.R.Hammond@exeter.ac.uk> (English)
Jeanne Catherine Gray <JCatherine@mymail.ciis.edu> (English)
Katrin Heimann <email@example.com> (Danish, English, German)
Hanne Bess Boelsbjerg <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Danish, English, German, Swedish)
Bruna Petreca <email@example.com> (English, Portuguese)
Stefano Poletti <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Italian, French, English)
Magali Ollagnier-Beldame <email@example.com> (French)