We are thrilled to announce: Re-authoring Teaching, Inc is now a 501(c)3 non-profit organization! As a consortium of narrative practice teachers, practitioners and enthusiasts from around the world, this collaborative venture seeks to promote training, professional development and continuing education in a narrative approach to therapy, organizational, and community work. We offer training opportunities through Vermont Workshops and online resources organized into three learning series: Rich Story DevelopmentWhere the buses don’t run yet and Narrative in Action.  Registrants can also earn APA (American Psychological Association) approved Continuing Education through Union Institute & University.

Our Board of Directors

With deep gratitude to our newly elected, illustrious, Board of Directors:

Our Mission

Peggy Sax,  Executive Director

Peggy Sax,
Executive Director

Re-authoring Teaching, Inc. draws from the best of our teaching experiences and everyday practices as narrative practitioners with a focus on skill-building and application in a range of contexts.  Our Partners, Narrative Online faculty and Workshop Presenters provide professional development and continuing education for many mental health and health care disciplines such as psychologists, clinical mental health counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and psychiatrists. Together we share a commitment to develop training opportunities,  online learning resources and continuing education designed for practice, reflection and replenishment.

  • Our Vermont Workshopsotherwise known as Refreshing the spirit of the work gatherings-  take advantage of our beautiful Vermont location to create rigorous and lively learning experiences where participants can further develop skills in narrative approaches in collaboration with others, while savoring an environment offering panoramic views, good company, and outdoor splendors.
  • Our online platform -as described on our newly renovated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page –  is user friendly, easy to navigate, interactive, self paced  and adaptable to portable devices.
  • Our online courses follow five principles outlined in the book Re-authoring Teaching: Creating a Collaboratory to consult with each other, bring multiple voices into our teaching and learning, and learn about life experiences from people who seek our services.

How can you help?

If you believe in our mission:

As a 501(3)c non-profit organization, we can now accept donations. We guarantee we will put your money to good use  to promote training, professional development and continuing education in a narrative approach to therapy, organizational, and community work. All donations are tax-deductible, and support our continued development of online learning resources.

We also welcome donation by check to: Re-authoring Teaching, Inc, 228 Maple Street, Middlebury, Vermont 05753, USA.

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Any ideas?

We can also now apply for grants. Please contact us if you have any ideas.