Re-Authoring Teaching is different. It’s is more than a website. It is more than a portal to narrative therapy training and writings. It is more than a source of CEUs. It is a chance to be in community with peers from all over the spectrum: young and old, near and far, richly different from each other while having the ethics of narrative practice in common. Whether you’re an excited novice seeking guidance or senior clinician in need of inspiration, chances are you will find it here. I look forward to our learning together. Larry Zucker, President
Meet Our Board Members
Larry Zucker, LCSW, has been practicing therapy and training therapists for over 30 years, currently at the Southern California Counseling Center in Los Angeles.
Charley Lang, MFT, is co-founder of Narrative Counseling Center in Los Angeles and director of the Psychology Concentration at Antioch University.
Dean Lobovits is a narrative therapist, author, educator, and ethicist from Berkeley, California.
Sarah Beth Hughes
Sarah Beth Hughes works as a Couple and Family Therapist in Nelson, BC, Canada.
Peggy Sax, PhD, is in independent practice as a psychologist/family therapist and consultant in Middlebury, Vermont.
Kathie Adams, LMFT, has been working as an independent practice therapist for almost 2 decades. In 2014 she founded the LAPoMo group, focusing on growing the postmodern community in Southern California.
Barbara (B) Herring (Los Angeles, CA) LMFT, psychotherapist working with a diverse range of individuals, regardless of cultural background or where they may fall on the gender and sexuality spectrum, as well as Narcissistic Abuse Recovery. website: Justbtherapy.
Rocio Ocampo-Giancola, MFT, is a bilingual therapist, working in private practice with a diverse set of clients and is currently clinical supervisor for Catholic Charities.
Lynne V. Rosen, LCSW (LA and Pasadena) has been engaged in therapeutic work and teaching for over 27 years, and found her therapeutic and philosophical home in narrative therapy.
Akansha Vaswani-Bye Ph.D. is currently an Acting Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington School of Medicine, where she works on the implementation of family-to-family support programs for families of persons managing psychosis.
Gerald Monk – Emeritus
Gerald Monk, PhD, is a Professor and the Emeritus Director of The Marriage & Family Therapy Program, Department of Counseling & School Psychology, San Diego State University.
Poh Lin Lee
Poh is a Chinese Malaysian Australian woman who comes to her practice through multiple experiences and relationships as a narrative therapy practitioner, social worker, co-researcher of trauma/displacement, writer, teacher, film protagonist and creative consultant.