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Sale Dates- The dates when this option is available for purchase.
Goes On Sale: November 14, 2018 12:40 am
Sales End: February 13, 2019 11:55 pm
Access- This option allows access to the following dates and times.
- February 3, 2019 - July 7, 2019
5:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Working with Couples Consultation Group
with Larry Zucker, LCSW
Welcome! This consultation group is for people who have taken- or are taking- my online course: Escaping Blame: Helping Couples Develop Account-ability. I 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. A new group is scheduled to begin February 3, 2019; we will meet on the first Sunday of the month, 5 pm New York time for 1.5 hours/six times.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me at [email protected].
Larry Zucker, LCSW, presented a 2015 Vermont workshop and subsequently created the online course Escaping Blame: Helping couples develop account-ability. Larry has been practicing therapy and training therapists for over 30 years. He is a frequent presenter for- and participant in- The Collab Salon including Tales of Integration with Lynne Rosen (September, 2016), Introducing the new online course with Peggy Sax (August, 2016) and Escaping Blame (February, 2015). Larry’s 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 a field that encourage therapists to see people and relationships as problematic. He prefers seeing people as embedded in normal problems of living, full of untapped skill and knowledge for creating the lives and relationships they want, despite difficulties encountered, and to seeing therapy as a relationship that helps bring forth that knowledge.