- July 1, 2016 - January 1, 2021
Queer Counseling & Narrative Practice with Charley Lang gives four lessons exploring the engagement of strength-based narrative practices when consulting with clients identified as L(lesbian), G(gay), B(bisexual), T(transgender) and/or Q(queer), addressing numerous issues pertinent to these clients and their lives. Registration gives access to course materials and a course-specific Conversation Forum. Live Webinars are available when a group of six or more register together. For an additional $20, registrants can earn 8 APA approved CE credits through Alliant International University.For course objectives, see below.
We are thrilled to welcome Charley Lang, who has taken to online course construction like a fish to water. I first met Charley strolling the streets of Havana at the 2009 Narrative Cuba Conference. Charley wears many hats. An actor in his previous life (The West Wing, Star Trek: The Next Generation, NYPD Blue, ER, among many others…), he is co-founder of Narrative Counseling Center in Los Angeles, where he consults with individuals and couples, and trains interns and therapists in the many strength-based practices of narrative therapy. He loves teaching and developing new course material, something he does a lot at Antioch University and elsewhere in the Los Angeles area. Charley has also produced and directed three award-winning documentary films, all of which are included in this course curriculum!
To learn more about Charley, click here.
If you have already registered, click here to access the course:
Our courses are self-paced. Each lesson takes about two hours. Anyone can start at any time – although we usually first introduce a course with scheduled webinars.