We are excited to introduce you to Laurie Markham & David Marsten storytellers at India’s First International Narrative Therapy Conference; A Room Full of Stories (13-18th October 2016).

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Laurie Markham is a fieldwork coordinator for the USC Rossier School of Education and the Medi-Cal program coordinator at Miracle Mile Community Practice. She has published in Family Process and The Journal of Feminist Family Therapy. Her fondness for young people dates to her 10 years as a public school teacher and more recently, her work as a therapist in public mental health. 

David Marsten, LCSW, is director of Miracle Mile Community Practice, www.mmcpla.org and a member of the training staff at Pepperdine University. He has presented internationally and written on various aspects of narrative practice and worked with young people and their families for over 25 years. 

Together Laurie & David co-author, along with David Epston Narrative Therapy in Wonderland: Connecting with Children’s Imaginative Know How (WW Norton, publisher).

We are looking forward to exploring Laurie and David’s work!

If you are interested in learning more about Laurie & David’s work or are curious about narrative ideas and about A Room Full of Stories you can visit our conference website http://www.narrativeconference2016.in

Alternatively you can also contact Ami Damani our conference coordinator at +91993055519 or at ami.damani@ummeed.org.

Stories, Hopes & Dreams,

Mental Health Team,

Ummeed Child Development Center

Mumbai, India.