Treating Mind and Spirit as One

SAVE THE DATE for our upcoming PSI Fall 2017 Conference

Keynote Speaker

Gail Noppe-Brandon, presenting:

Mindful Listening: Culling and Shifting Client Narratives    

Saturday, November 11th, 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
7 W 55th St, New York, NY 10019

4.0 CECs available

We welcome Gail Noppe-Brandon, LCSW, MPA, MA as our keynote speaker this fall.  Gail has over 25 years of experience in narratology. Her method has been used by universities, social service organizations, and individuals to bring authenticity, empathy, and clarity to dialogue…with self, and with others.

Gail served as Assistant Dean of Arts & Science at NYU and holds an MA in Writing, an MPA in Organizational Development, and an LMSW in clinical social work. A graduate of LaGuardia HS for the Arts, Gail is a published playwright and was the first ever recipient of the Drama League’s Grant for new Works. She is the author of three books, several chapters and many articles on voicing and revising self-narratives, and is a featured Communication Coach on PBS and a documentary film about her work received the Chris Award at the Columbus International Film Festival in 2008.  She was in clinical practice at the JBFCS Manhattan Greenberg Center from 2010-2105, and currently provides therapy, coaching and training to individuals and groups privately.

Additional information on this conference will be coming soon – sign up for notifications via our email list.  

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