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Working with Couples Consultation Group Waiting List

This consultation group is for people who have taken—or are taking—Larry Zucker's online course: Escaping Blame: Helping Couples Develop Account-ability. We hope that this group will provide you an exciting opportunity to develop your narrative practice with couples in a small, safe and supportive context. We will divide the time up evenly so that everyone gets their share of the group’s support. We will develop clear guidelines for presenting our work and our questions to each other. We will meet monthly to give ample time to experiment with ideas and methods between meetings. Limited to 8 participants. Contact us to be put on the waiting list.

2022-04-05T21:29:53-04:00June 10th, 2020|0 Comments

February 15, 2015: Escaping Blame with Larry Zucker

It was a thrill- a dream come true- to bring together people from around the world to exchange with Larry Zucker- and each other- about Larry's work with couples - Escaping blaming frames of reference and engaging a different approach to conversation. A big extra thank you to everyone who helped us officially launch The Collab Salon, and especially to Larry for your generosity and skill in bringing your ideas to us in this new format.

2019-12-29T05:31:44-05:00November 9th, 2019|Comments Off on February 15, 2015: Escaping Blame with Larry Zucker

Working with Couples Consultation Group: 2019

This consultation group is for people who have taken- or are taking- Larry Zucker's online course: Escaping Blame: Helping Couples Develop Account-ability. We hope that this group will provide you an exciting opportunity to develop your narrative practice with couples in a small, safe and supportive context. We will divide the time up evenly so that everyone gets their share of the group’s support.

2019-12-29T06:50:14-05:00June 24th, 2018|0 Comments

February 2018 Collab Salon: Deconstructing ‘No’ in relational, intimate and sexual contexts

Mike Giancola and Diana Lozoya strove to highlight some of the ways that 'No' as a spoken form of not wanting socially, physically or sexually intimate contact may be used to bring partners and partner groups closer together. This may contrast with discursive notions of 'No' as a sign of flat rejection, failure or distancing. How can 'No' be reclaimed, valued, heard and respected by both the people who give the 'No' as well as those who receive it?

2020-01-01T09:02:20-05:00December 29th, 2017|Comments Off on February 2018 Collab Salon: Deconstructing ‘No’ in relational, intimate and sexual contexts

August 2016 Collab Salon: Escaping Blame- Introducing New Online Course with Larry Zucker!

Larry Zucker and Peggy Sax officially opened registration for this new online course! Larry  described the course's six lessons that explore therapeutic conversations that are possible when Accountability emerges as practice distinct from Blame, and what we can do as therapists to nurture that distinction. They described how throughout the course construction, we've built in opportunities (every lesson) to interact with Larry and with each other. The course  draws from a range of multi-media resources to captures some of Larry’s best teaching moments,  to demonstrate the practices with clips from simulated interviews, and to explore transcripts, and provide exercises to try out ourselves.

2019-12-29T08:11:22-05:00July 8th, 2016|Comments Off on August 2016 Collab Salon: Escaping Blame- Introducing New Online Course with Larry Zucker!

Larry Zucker- Escaping Blame, February, 2015 Collab Salon

February 15, 2015 It was a thrill- a dream come true- to bring together people from around the world to exchange with Larry Zucker- and each other- about Larry's work with couples - Escaping blaming frames of reference and engaging a different approach to conversation. A big extra thank you to everyone who helped us officially launch The Collab Salon, and especially to Larry for your generosity and skill in bringing your ideas to [...]

2019-12-29T08:12:58-05:00July 8th, 2016|Comments Off on Larry Zucker- Escaping Blame, February, 2015 Collab Salon

Escaping Blame: Helping Couples Develop Account-Ability

Larry Zucker, LCSW's one day workshop on narrative approaches to working with couples took place at Treleven Farm on Monday, June 15, 2015. Please review the Workshop Description outlining objectives and schedule. Larry has been practicing therapy and training therapists in Los Angeles for over 30 years.  His background in social work and community organizing led him to see people in context, and to focus on strength and resiliency.  Larry is committed to escaping blaming frames of reference in [...]

2019-12-29T08:18:31-05:00July 29th, 2015|0 Comments