Linda Moxley-Haegert, (clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist) has practiced narrative therapy ideas since 1991 including: for 9 years, work with adolescents expelled from school in a special program designed to keep them in school; for 35 years, work with children and their families in children’s hospitals; and humanitarian work with training of caregivers in narrative ideas in Rwanda, Burundi and Chad. Currently, Linda works with both youth and adults who experienced traumatic events and is developing her private practice called Narrative Journeys (see Psychology today). She has published her narrative ideas in the International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, Journal of Health Psychology and COGNICA. She has presented on Friday afternoons at Dulwich Centre (Hopework – in French and English) and will soon present ‘Leaving a Legacy and Letting that Legacy Live’ (palliative care project in both French and English).  A book chapter (in French), to be published in France, will present the narrative community work she developed with parents of children who died. Having started learning narrative ideas through Michael White workshops, Linda presented‘Recuperating Michael White and Recuriositizing Narrative Practice at the 12th Therapeutic Conversations conference in Vancouver. We are delighted to welcome Linda as a featured guest for The Collab Salon.