Consultation Group with Peggy Sax, Charley Lang, Larry Zucker
With Invited Guests Gerald Monk, Marcy Rivas, Shona Russell & Arturo Sanchez
December 11 2022- May 14 2023
Are you wanting to step forward in your teaching, supervising and/or research contributions to Narrative Therapy? Do you have some dreams of how Narrative Therapy could continue to evolve and inspire? We are in search of experienced next-generation narrative practitioners eager to contribute to the preservation and evolution of narrative therapy, while infusing the foundational concepts and practices with your own particular voice, spirit, and cultural legacy. With the intention of witnessing and supporting the developing work of Narrative Therapy’s emerging leaders, Peggy Sax, Charley Lang, Larry Zucker, will guide this group, drawing from a narrative pedagogy built on the ethics of kindness, curiosity, and accountability that have inspired us throughout the years. Invited guests including Gerald Monk, Marcy Rivas, Sharon Russell & Arturo Sanchez will join us, Our hope is that participation in the group might become a rite of passage marking a fuller, more rewarding way of working, infused with a spirit of discovery, strengthening one’s own voice, and creative expression.
Limited to 12 participants, this online group will meet monthly for six sessions on the second Sunday of the month from December 11, 2022 – May 14, 2022, 1:30 – 3:30 pm NY time (10:30-12:30 Los Angeles time).
September 29, 2022: The group is now full! We received more applications than we had space. If you wish to be put on a waiting this for a future group, please Contact us We will let you know if and when we run this group again.
Charley Lang, Peggy Sax and Larry Zucker have been working together and separately as Narrative practitioners, supervisors, and educators for many years. We share a passion for Narrative Therapy, its continuation and evolution. All three of us—especially Peggy — are committed to Re-authoring Teaching and its mission to embody a spirit of collaboration and community while seeking to preserve, develop and extend the legacy of narrative therapy. We are proud of having created an international gathering place, a real—if virtual—community that supports its members and the values they aspire to put into practice. As we sail into our later working years, we are eager to support the younger and more varied voices rising in the field. Through this consultation group, we hope to build a context for you to engage in reflection, support and guidance from your peers and elders. We are eager to bear witness to your creative efforts in ways that will continue to inform and inspire generations to come.
With delight, we announce four Invited Guests (perhaps others as well): Gerald Monk, Marcy Rivas, Shona Russell, and Arturo Sanchez.