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Wednesday, March 16, 2022 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM PDT
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Tessa Fowler 
VOA Al Forthan Scholarship 

March 16th trainings with Dan Harold, LCSW 

Please join us for the upcoming trainings on Wednesday, March 16th for Narrative Therapy in Counseling and Substance/Behavioral Treatment with Dan Harold, LCSW.

All proceeds go towards the Al Forthan Scholarship. 

Cost: $60 for half day of trainings (3 CEUs)

Narrative Therapy in Counseling and Substance/Behavioral Treatment

Featuring: Dan Harold, LCSW

When:  8:30am-12:00pm       


The purpose of this training is to offer a foundational training on Narrative Therapy and then to be able to apply these skills in an “addictions” setting. Narrative Therapy is a world view, a way of seeing things, and a way to talk about things with our clients. Narrative work privileges the words and ideas of the client. In this relational way of talking new stories, new ways of seeing one’s self, and new options are illuminated for clients in ways that Western Medicine does not teach. After this training, trainees will have tools to assist them in expanding client conversations past the limits of Western Medicine and into a way of talking that provides freedom and empowerment to clients.

Dan Harold, LCSW

Dan is a LCSW in Portland, OR. Currently Dan is focusing on his clients in his private practice and teaching as an Adjunct Professor at Portland State University in the School of Social Work. In the past Dan has worked in Harm Reduction work, needle exchange, substance use treatment centers, and more recently Dan worked for 3 years at a Pain Management center. His theoretical focus is on Narrative Therapy. 

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If you have any questions please contact Tessa Fowler at or 503-802-0299