Narrative Therapy Workshops
The most powerful therapeutic process I know is to contribute to rich story development.
Michael White, Founder of Narrative Therapy
In conjunction with Columbia University School of Social Work, Writopia Lab offers both Narrative Therapy Workshops and private sessions. This powerful program combines Writopia Lab writing games and exercises with Narrative Therapy practices.
Narrative therapy addresses: social anxiety, depression, phobias, executive functioning, impulse control, and more.
In age-based groups or in one-on-one private sessions, young writers write and rewrite their own stories, see how language has the power to shape their understanding of themselves, and find tools to solve their own problems. If interested, please click here to register or email NarrativeTherapy@writopialab.org for more information.
Learn more about the Narrative Therapy Program.
Danielle Sheeler, LMSW
Director of Camps and Curriculum
Co-New York City Regional Director
Danielle has been part of the Writopia Lab team since 2011. She currently co-directs Writopia Lab's full-day camp. In addition, she develops and implements curriculum in workshops at Writopia Lab, in schools, and in Residential Treatment Facilities.
She received her Masters in Humanities and Social Thought at NYU in January 2010 and her Masters in Social Work from Columbia University in Spring 2019. She has been recognized by the Scholastic Awards "as an outstanding educator whose dedication, commitment, and guidance are represented by student work selected for national honors."