Em-BODY-ing Conversations &  Next Two Collab Salons

THREE SPACES LEFT! Registration is now open for a second Em-BODY-ing Conversations Consultation Group with Lynne Rosen for mental health workers or educators who have had experience with mindfulness, EMDR Therapy or Somatic-Oriented Therapies in addition to a Narrative Therapy approach. The group starts October 21, 2021.  Check out our international rates!

  On  Sunday October 17th,   Tim Donovan (Alice Springs, Australia) and Dale John (California Gully, Victoria Australia) will present on Reclaiming Lives from Sexual Violence: Understanding Shame (also the name of their soon-to-be-published book).

On Sunday November 20th,   Jehanzeb Baldiwala & Raviraj Shetty (Narrative Practices India), Alfonso Diaz (Colectivo de Prácticas Narrativas/Mexico), Sonja Bar-Am, Terry Callahan &  Mark Byrne (Adelaide Narrative Therapy Collective) will be interviewed by Peggy Sax & Charley Lang about their narrative vision and initiatives: Sustaining Narrative Practices Across Narrative Generations: Emerging Narrative Initiatives Around the world.

Read below to learn more about the October and November Collab Salons. Click here to learn more about Lynne Rosen's group.

The Collab Salon is open to people from any discipline/background interested in learning more about narrative practices.  Everyone can register for our Monthly Collab for free.  However, if you can, become a Collab Salon member, since our collective membership dues help with ongoing maintenance and development of our training initiatives. 

We always meet the 3rd Sunday of the Month at 4:00-5:30 pm New York time. Remember Collab members can earn 18 CEs for the 2021 series by joining us live and/or catching up on video recordings. 

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 October 17, 2021 Collab Salon 


 Tim Donovan (Alice Springs, Australia) and
Dale John (California Gully, Victoria, Australia) 
Reclaiming Lives From Sexual Violence: Understanding Shame
Sunday,  October 17, 2021 Collab Salon
4:00-5:30 pm New York time

Peggy Sax will interview Tim and Dale about their narrative approach  to therapeutic conversations focusing on Dale’s experiences of childhood sexual violence. What is presented will challenge some traditional ideas around sexual assault counselling. There will be an opportunity to explore your beliefs around vulnerability and shame in your own work.

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November 21, 2021 Collab Salon


 Jehanzeb Baldiwala & Raviraj Shetty (Bombay, India), Alfonso Diaz (Mexico City, Mexico),Sonja Bar-Am, Terry Callahan &  Mark Byrne (Adelaide Narrative Therapy Collective), Charley Lang (Los Angeles, California USA) & Peggy Sax (Vermont USA) 
 Sustaining Narrative Practices Across Narrative Generations: Emerging Narrative Initiatives Around the World.

Sunday,  November 21, 2021 Collab Salon
4:00-5:30 pm New York time

How will narrative practice sustain and transform in the coming years and decades? While honoring our mentors, we take delight in the emergence of newer voices within a generation of narrative practitioners. Here we bring together voices from around the world to learn more from them about their narrative initiatives. We first brought this group together as reflectors for the online course Rich Story Development in Action: 3 Live interviews with Maggie Carey. Please join us in welcoming- and learning from -Raviraj Shetty & Jehanzeb Baldiwala ( Narrative Practices India, Mumbai India), Alfonzo (Poncho) Diaz (Colectivo de Prácticas Narrativas, Mexico City, Mexico), Sonja Bar-Am, Terry Callahan and Mark Byrne (Adelaide Narrative  Therapy Collective, S. Australia). 

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Collab members can also earn 18 Alliant CEs for attending and/or viewing The Collab Salon

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