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Sallyann Roth, MSW (2-day Workshop)

January 2010


Sallyann Roth, MSW is a founding member and senior associate of the Public Conversations Project (PCP), associate of the Taos Institute and former co-director, curriculum developer, and trainer, Family Institute of Cambridge (USA). She trains people in working with Narrative Therapies, dialogue facilitation, and family work both in the U.S. and abroad and consults to the interpersonal skills component of Harvard Law School's Negotiation Project. She serves on the editorial boards of Family Process, and the new on-line Journal of Collaborative Practices. Her consulting and clinical practices are based in Medford, Massachusetts, USA.

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Walter Bera, Ph.D., Kenwood Center, Minneapolis, MN

January 23-24, 2009

Walter Berra

Following closely behind the success of the John Winslade workshops was the highly successful January 2009 workshop with Walter Bera, Founder and Director of the Kenwood Therapy Center in Minneapolis. Two Days with Walter Bera included one day on Working with Trauma and a second day entitled Skill Practice in Narrative Therapy. Bera introduced the Narragram, his method for visualizing and tracking narrative practice. Students and members of the community were also part of a gathering to celebrate and honor the life and work of Michael White, founder of the Narrative Therapy approach.

John Winslade, Ph.D., CSU-San Bernardino, Launches the First Consortium Gathering

October 13-14, 2008

John Winslade

October 2008 saw the opening of the first event of the Consortium with the workshop entitled Two Days with John Winslade. Professor and Coordinator of the Educational Counseling Program at California State University-San Bernardino, Winslade presented to over 140 participants on the topics of Narrative Counseling in Schools, and Narrative Mediation. Response to the workshop was overwhelmingly positive and students from the Department of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, and Department of Family Therapy, as well as many community members stayed on each day for questions and conversation with Dr. Winslade.

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