Stephen Gaddis, Ph.D., LMFT
NTI Director and Co-Founder
Steve has studied, practiced, and taught narrative therapy since 1994. He earned his International Postgraduate Diploma in narrative therapy at the Dulwich Centre in Adelaide, Australia, where he studied with Michael White. Steve also spent a year teaching narrative therapy in the graduate school of counseling at the University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand. He has published and presented on narrative therapy nationally and internationally. Currently, Steve has a full-time narrative therapy and supervision practice in Salem, Mass., and he teaches narrative therapy at William James College and Boston College Graduate School of Social Work as well as independently through NTI. Steve received his doctorate in marriage and family therapy from Syracuse University. Contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suzanne Gazzolo, Ph.D., LCPC
Suzanne has been a practicing licensed clinical counselor for over 20 years. Her early training and dissertation were rooted in relational and feminist ideas. Inspired by hearing Michael White speak about the social justice orientation of Narrative Therapy, Suzanne immersed herself in learning more about post-structural and narrative ideas at the Evanston Family Therapy Center in Evanston, Ill.. There she linked with a group of practitioners that continue to collaborate to this day. Matt Mooney has been part of this group and through him, Suzanne was introduced to the exciting work of the Narrative Therapy Initiative and Steve Gaddis. Suzanne works with individuals and families in her independent counseling practice and also enjoys consulting, mentoring, supervision and presenting on topics related to narrative practice. She is on the faculty of Evanston Family Therapy Center and NTI. Suzanne can be reached at (847) 280-0564 or email@example.com.
Matt Mooney, M.S.W., LICSW
Matt is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with many years of experience working as both a family therapist and clinical supervisor for community-based, in-home therapy programs in Boston. In addition to his work in Boston, Matt has a private therapy practice where he sees children, adolescents, and families in Salem, Mass. In all of his work, he brings his knowledge and extensive training in solution-focused and narrative therapies. Matt enjoys speaking about narrative ideas in any context and has been a frequent guest lecturer at the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. He can be reached at (978) 219-9819 or Matthew.J.Mooney@gmail.com.