Jeff came to California in 1988, having been an Associate Professor of Psychiatry in a University School of Medicine. He was part of their Pediatric Psychology program, and consulted with the Family Medicine Department about working with couples, families and adults, and provided training to their residents. He also consulted in a rehabilitation center. Coming to California, he was an adjunct faculty member at Stanford hospital.
Jeff has published extensively, given workshops all over the world, and trained countless therapists in Narrative Therapy. He has been a licensed psychologist for over 35 years. His personal approach has been appreciated by many clients. Currently, he is training professionals and students internationally, in combining ideas from brain science with Narrative Therapy.
Originally from the East Coast, Jeff and his wife raised 2 daughters on the Peninsula, before moving to San Francisco. Jeff enjoys live music, movies, camping, cooking, and is a big Giants fan.
Jeff’s new book, Neuro-Narrative Therapy: New Possibilities for Emotion-Filled Conversations will be published in December by Norton