Professional Training Center

The Art & Science of Narrative



Current Faculty

  • Dr. Jan Ewing, Ph.D., LMFT
  • Ron Estes, LMFT
  • Dr. Sarah Kahn, Ph.D., LMFT
  • Michael Giancola, LMFT
  • Maggie Slaska, LMFT
  • Sol Durso, LMFT
  • Jennifer Gusman

Upcoming Events

Narrative Consultation and Development Group
For those seeking regular support for their ideas and developments in their work and those seeking an opportunity to support others. This format is a once a week meeting for 2 hours over the duration of 10 months. Summers are usually off. Fee requested. Contact us for fee and scheduling information.

Narrative Training Certificate Group
For those wanting more specific training in their Narrative Therapy and getting more connected to theory and specific practices. This group met this year for 2 hours every other week over a 10 month period for a 32 hour certificate in Narrative. Summers are off. This meets CEU requirements for MFT’s in California. Contact us for fee and scheduling information.

Monthly Soiree
One evening a month our Narrative Health Initiatives Community will host a gathering for the purpose of getting to connect with one another and to highlight one of its members about the developments in their work. Donation suggested.

In Service Trainings
If you are working in a setting that is interested in Narrative Practice, our NHI faculty are available to have conversations with your team and offer group trainings. Fees negotiated.

Under Dr. Ewing’s direct supervision and consistent interaction with the Practice Community there are several pre-licensed MFT interns who have obtained their M.S. degrees in Counseling/Marriage and Family Therapy concentration or Doctoral level students, who working towards LMFT professional licensure. The interns provide counseling services for sliding scale fees based on household income and financial need.