My Most Challenging Session: An Evening of Storytelling
Tammy Nelson, Ryan Howes, Sabrina N’Diaye, Joe Kort, Frank Anderson
This evening of candid storytelling about the intimate moments of therapeutic practice has become such a hit for attendees that we’re bring it back for the fourth year in a row!
Join five Master Therapists as they invite you into an evening of deep listening and authentic experience. As in the acclaimed first-person storytelling program The Moth, each therapist will recount a deeply felt, real-life experience that will inspire, provoke, and enchant. The more you listen, the more you’ll feel like you’re huddled around a campfire exchanging stories and sharing insights in an experience of communal discovery. Each therapist will reveal a tale from the heart about a session, a client, or a therapeutic moment that stands out from all the others because it was … the most touching? Surprising? Humbling? Explosive? Hilarious? Come and find out—and leave with a deepened sense of what it means at the core to be a therapist.
Tammy Nelson, PhD, is the author of The New Monogamy. Ryan Howes, PhD, ABPP, is a writer and clinical professor at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. Sabrina N’Diaye, PhD, LCSW-C, is an integrative psychotherapist and peacebuilder. Joe Kort, PhD, is a sex therapist whose books include Is My Husband Gay, Straight, or Bi? Frank Anderson, MD, is vice chair of the Foundation for Self Leadership and a supervisor at the Trauma Center.
Note: No CE credit for this dinner event.