GallantPRESENT POSITION
Associate Professor 2011
Clinical Director Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Master of Family Therapy Program
Mercer University School of Medicine
655 First Street
Macon, GA 31201
(478) 301-4078
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LICENSE
Florida: L.M.F.T., L.C.S.W. (Ret.)
Georgia: L.C.S.W.

Ph.D. Florida State University 1988
Tallahassee, Florida
(Marriage and Family Therapy)


M.S.W. Dalhousie University 1975
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
(Social Work)


B.A. Saint Thomas University 1973
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
(Sociology)

 

EMPLOYMENT – ACADEMIC
Associate Professor 2008 - 2010
Department of Family Therapy
Coordinator-Consortium for Narrative Research and Practice
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Nova Southeastern University
Fort Lauderdale, Florida


Associate Professor Associate Professor 2004-2008
Counseling Program
Adrian Dominican School of Education
Barry University
Orlando, Florida

Coordinator – Barry Family Enrichment Center
Adrian Dominican School of Education
Barry University
Orlando, Florida


Assistant Professor Department of Social Work 1999-2000
Valdosta State University
Valdosta, GA


Assistant Professor School of Social Work 1995 - 97
Florida International University
Miami, FL.


Assistant Professor School of Social Work 1991 - 95
The University of Georgia
Athens, GA.


Assistant Professor Department of Social Work 1988 - 91
Lakehead University
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

EMPLOYMENT – CLINICAL and COMMUNITY WORK
Clinical Consultant Orlando Vet Center 2008 - 2010
Melbourne Vet Center


Clinical Director Village of St. Joseph Counseling Services 2003 – 2004
Catholic Social Services
Archdiocese of Atlanta


Clinical Director Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 2001 – 2002
Boys Ranch, FL
(Direct services to youth and families, supervision and training of 5 masters level therapists, participate in program development and agency management team)


Clinical Director Georgia Counseling Network, Inc. 1999 - 2003
(Part-time) Atlanta, GA.
(Co-founded and developed a non-profit agency providing in-home counseling and outdoor therapeutic experiences for youth and families referred by Dekalb County Juvenile Court.
Supervision and training of part-time staff.


Director Datagistics Corporation 2000-2001
Human Resources Atlanta, GA.


Therapist Kaiser Permanente 1998-99
Atlanta, GA.
(Providing therapeutic services to children, adolescents, couples and families).


Therapist Charter Behavioral Health System of Athens 1997-98
Athens, GA.
(Outpatient therapist providing services to children, adults and couples. Inpatient group work with adolescents).


Consultant Intensive Care Learning Academy 1996-97
Pompano Beach, FL
(Assist CEO in developing structured residential program for incarcerated youth)


Provider Metropolitan Counseling Center (MCC) 1992 - 95
CIGNA (Provided part-time therapeutic services to children and families in the Conyers and Lawrenceville area referred by their insurance company)


Consultant Patricia Centre for Children and Youth 1990 - 91
Dyden, Ontario.
(Intern Training - Clinical Interviewing and Treatment Skills 84-hour training program funded by Ontario Skills Development to group of 6 therapists in a northern rural children's mental health service)


Consultant Homestake House 1990 - 91
Kenora, Ontario.
(Providing training in the implementation of the 'Contextual Residential Care' model of treatment - to staff of a residential program for children and youth in northwestern Ontario)


Consultant Dilico Ojibway Child and Family Services 1989 -91
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.
(Providing clinical consultation and supervision to senior staff of a recently developed, native child and family service agency)


Family Therapist Family Services Thunder Bay, 1988 -91
(part-time) Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.
(Providing individual, marital and family therapy to clients of a public family service agency)


Consultant Lakehead Regional Family Centre, 1989 - 90
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.
(Provided group clinical consultation to social workers, psychologists, and psychometrists. Duties included direct supervision and case consultation utilizing one-way mirror and demonstration of cybernetic/constructivist ideas in the practice of family therapy. Additional consultation to staff of a short-term residential home utilizing the 'Contextual Residential Care' model of treatment)


Senior Social Worker Department of Psychiatry, 1980 - 85
Prince County Hospital
Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
(Provided individual, marital and family therapy on both an in-patient and out-patient basis to clients of a 16-bed acute psychiatric unit of a general hospital.


Managing Director Family Enrichment and Counseling Service Inc.,   1978 - 80
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
(Directed and coordinated the services offered by the Moncton office of this provincial family service agency, namely; individual, marital and family therapy, family-life education, supervision of staff and social work students.


Family Counselor Addiction Foundation of Prince Edward Island, 1976 - 78
Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
(Provided individual, marital, family and group therapy to clients and families of an alcoholism treatment program)


Intake Supervisor Department of Social Services, O'Leary, 1975 - 76
Prince Edward Island, Canada.
(Provided general counseling, supervision of caseworkers, caseload assignments, and court services for this provincial government child welfare agency)

Gallant, P. (2013). “No worry allowed. Get out!”: A case study tribute to the life and work of Michael White. Contemporary Family Therapy. vol. 35, (1). Pp. 29-40. DOI 10.1007/s10591-012-9225-3.

Hibel, J.; Gallant, P.; Polanco, M.; Manley, M.; Scholtz, C.; & Schlapfer, O. (2010). Keeping faith with keeping faith: Conversations about a conversation with Michael White. Journal of Systemic Therapies, vol. 29, No. 3, pp.1-22.

Gallant, J. P. (2008). In Memoriam: Michael White-Therapist,Teacher, Innovator. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. 34 (4), 427-428.

Vodde, R. & Gallant, J.P. (2002). Bridging the gap between micro and macro practice: Large scale change and a unified model of narrative-deconstructive practice. Journal of Social Work Education. 38 (3), 439-458.

Vodde, R.; Randall, E. & Gallant, J.P. (2002). Pragmatic Postmodern Treatment and Short Term Hospitalization: A brief therapy of hope and dignity. Journal of Brief Therapy. 1(2), 101-111.

Rothschild, P.; Brownlee, K.; & Gallant, J.P. (2000). Narrative Interventions for Working with Persons with Aids: A case study. Journal of Family Psychotherapy. 1-13.

Gallant, J.P.; Brownlee, K. & Vodde, R. (1995). "Not with me you don't!": A story of narrative practice and dissociative identity disorder. Journal of Contemporary Family Therapy. 17(1), 143-157.

Moran, A.; Brownlee, K.; Gallant, J.P.; Myers, L.; Farmer, F. & Taylor, S. (1995). The effectiveness of reflecting team supervision: A client's experience of receiving feedback from a distance. Family Therapy. 22(1), 31-47.

Vodde, R. & Gallant, J.P. (1995). Skill training as a facet of self-exploration: A qualitative study of teaching social work methods from a postmodern perspective. Journal of Teaching in Social Work. 11(1/2), 119-138.

Gallant, J.P.; Colosetti, S. & Holland, T.P. (1994). Measuring Student Learning of a Constructivist Approach to Social Work Practice. Arete'. 18, (2), 45-60.

Gallant, J. P. (1993). New Ideas for the School Social Worker in the Counseling of Children and Families. Social Work in Education. 6(2), 119-128.

Carrillo, D.F.; Gallant, J.P. & Thyer, B.A. (1993). Training M.S.W. Students in Clinical Interviewing Skills: An Empirical Assessment. Arete'.18 (1), 12-18.

Brownlee, K.; Caban, H. & Gallant, J.P. (1991). "Habits" - The Diagnosis of Hope: Dealing with unrecognized change in a family. Family Therapy Case Studies. 6(2), 41-51.

Gallant, J.P., Thyer, B.A. & Bailey, J.S. (1991). Using Bug-in-the-Ear Feedback in Clinical Supervision: Preliminary Evaluations. Research on Social Work Practice. 1(2), 175-187.

Gallant, J. P., & Thyer, B.A. (1989). The bug-in-the-ear in clinical supervision: A Review. The Clinical Supervisor. 7(2/3), 43-58.

Book Chapters
Gallant, P. (2011). Narrative analysis: The effects on student learning from experiencing a practicum in marriage and family therapy. In Munhall, P. Nursing research: A qualitative perspective. Boston: Jones and Bartlett.

Gallant, P. & Strauss, I. (2011). Narrative therapy with couples. In Carson, D. and Casado-Kehoe, M. Case Studies in Couples Therapy: Theory-Based Approaches. New York: Routledge.

Gallant, J. P.; & Thyer, B.A. (1999). A critique of systems theory. In Greene, R. (Ed.). Human Behavior Theory: A Diversity Framework. New York: Aldine DeGruyter. 2nd.edtion.

Gallant, J. P. (1996). Should personal psychotherapy be required of clinical social workers? No! In: Thyer, B.A. (Ed.). Controversial Issues in Social Work Practice. New York: Allyn & Bacon.

Blundo, R.; Greene, R. & Gallant, P. (1994). A Constructionist Approach with Diverse Populations. In: Greene, R. (Ed.). Human Behavior Theory: A Diversity Framework. New York: Aldine DeGruyter.

Book
Brownlee, K.; Gallant, J.P. & Carpenter, D. (Eds.). (1994). Constructivism and Family Therapy: Theory, Technique and Critique. Published by the Department of Social Work, Lakehead University. Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Published Description of Teaching
Hardcastle, Joan. (1993). The Student as Consumer. Co-published simultaneously in: Journal of Teaching in Social Work. 8(1/2). 183-196 and: Revisioning Social Work Education: A Social Constructionist Approach (ed: Joan Laird) The Haworth Press, Inc., 1993, 183-196.

Member:
Board of Advisory Editors (1989-95)
Family Therapy Case Studies - (Sydney, Australia)

Book Review:
Review of the manuscript: Northern Social Work Practice. (1995)
Brownlee, K. & Delaney, R. (Eds.). Reviewed for Lakehead Centre for Northern Studies.
Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Approved Supervisor – American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy 2007

Outstanding Graduate Teacher of the Year 1992
School of Social Work
The University of Georgia


Honors Day - The University of Georgia. 1994
Honored for superior teaching


Faculty/Staff Awards - Florida International University School of Social Work 1996
Nominee for Outstanding Educator Award


National Welfare Fellowship - Department of National Health and Welfare 1985 - 88
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

International

2013   J. P. Gallant. “Narrative Therapy”. Invited presentation in the Intensive Family Therapy Certificate program of the International Family Therapy Associations World Congress. Orlando, Florida. February 23.
     
2009   J.P. Gallant. “Imagination and Metaphor in Narrative Practice with Children and Young Adults”. Universidade Central, Bogota, Colombia. August 1.
    J.P. Gallant. “Imagination and Metaphor in Narrative Practice with Children and Young Adults”. International Narrative Therapy Symposium. Playa del Carman, Mexico. (February 20).
     
2007   J.P Gallant. “Imagination and Metaphor in Narrative Practice with Children and Young Adults”. Therapeutic Conversations 8 Conference, Toronto, Canada. (May 19).
    J.P. Gallant. “The Voices of Children”. International Narrative Therapy and Cuban Social Programs Conference, Havana, Cuba. (January 16).
     
2006   J.P. Gallant. “The Practice of Narrative Therapy: Unique Skills for Healing and Problem Solving”. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. (April 21-22).
    J.P. Gallant. “Working with Challenging Children and Adolescents: New Narrative Ideas and Practices in Action. Hincks-Dellcrest Centre, Toronto, Canada. (March 21-22).
     
2005   J.P. Gallant. “The Metaphor of ‘Strength’: Ideas for Developing Meaningful Conversations with Children and Adolescents”. Catching the Winds of Change Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. (June 9).
     
2004   J.P. Gallant & J. Rudes. “Listening for the Extraordinary in the Everyday Descriptions of People’s Lives”. Therapeutic Conversations 5, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (May).

National

2012    J.P. Gallant. “Strength-Based Narrative Therapy with and Emphasis on Trauma”. Methodist Home for Children and Youth. Macon., Georgia. December 18th. 
    J.P. Gallant. “Help with Very Challenging Problems: Unlocking New Potential with Narrative Therapy. The Narrative Therapy Center. Silver Springs, Maryland. October 19.
    J.P. Gallant & M. Duffy. “Narrative Therapy with Couples: Integrating Ideas from Interpersonal Neurobiology and Narrative Therapy while Addressing High Conflict in the Room.” Florida Annual AAMFT Conference. Orlando. June 22-23.
     
2011   J.P. Gallant & S. Livingston. “Working with Children and Adolescents at Risk: A Systemic Perspective”. Tallahassee AMFT. November 11.
    J.P. Gallant. “Narrative Therapy: Neuroscience, Principles and Practices”. One-day workshop as part of the 5-Day Narrative Therapy Intensive with Walter Bera and David Epston. Kenwood Center, Minneapolis. October 14.
    J.P. Gallant. “Narrative Psychiatry”. Sponsored by the Mid-Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Macon. July 8.
    J.P. Gallant. “The Skills of Narrative Therapy”. Sponsored by the Narrative Therapy Institute. Macon, Georgia. June 20.
     
2010   J.P. Gallant; Hibel, J. & Polanco, M. “Narrative Therapy at Nova Southeastern University” Sponsored by the Consortium for Narrative Research and Practice, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, NSU. Fort Lauderdale, Florida. November 19, 2010.
    J.P. Gallant. “Practicing Narrative Ideas with Children and Adolescents” Memorial Healthcare System at Esther Grossman Center, Hollywood, Florida. November 1.
    J.P. Gallant. “ Postmodern Practice: Applying the Skills of Narrative Therapy in Work with Children, Adolescents and Young Adults.” The Eleventh Annual Armour Family Therapy Lecture Series. Mercer University School of Medicine. Macon, Georgia. April 13-14.
    J.P. Gallant. “Inviting Kids to Change”. Presentation to Boys Town, West Palm Beach, Florida. March 3.
     
2009   J.P. Gallant. “Narrative Therapy Across the Spectrum”. One-day day workshop sponsored by the Tallahassee Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Tallahassee, Florida.
    J.P. Gallant. “Imagination and Metaphor in Narrative Practice with Children and Young Adults”. Family Institute of Cambridge. Boston. (January 16).
     
2008   J.P. Gallant. The Metaphor of “Strength”: Applying the Skills of Narrative Therapy in Work with Children and Young Adults. NE FL AAMFT (Presentation to monthly chapter meeting. (September 20).
    J.P. Gallant. “Narrative Therapy meets Neuroscience: A Natural Alliance.” Annual Meeting of the Florida Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. (May)
    J.P. Gallant. “Narrative Supervision”. Department of Family Sciences, University of Maryland. (October).
    J.P. Gallant. The Metaphor of “Strength”: Applying the Skills of Narrative Therapy in Work with Children and Young Adults. Broward Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. (February22).
     
2007   J.P. Gallant. “The Practice of Narrative Therapy: Skills for Healing and Problem Solving in Work with the Effects of Trauma with Children and Young Adults. South Brevard Women’s Center. (August 12).
    J.P. Gallant. “Imagination and Metaphor in Narrative Practice with Children and Young Adults”. Florida Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida. (May 20).
     
2006   J.P. Gallant. “The Practice of Narrative Therapy: Unique Skills for Healing and Problem Solving”. Barry University, Orlando. (November 14).
    J.P. Gallant. “The Practice of Narrative Therapy: Skills for Healing and Problem Solving in Work with Couples and Children”. Florida Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference. Palm Beach Gardens. (May 28).
     
2005   J.P. Gallant. “Welcoming the Unexpected: Practical Application of Narrative Therapy Skills.” The Hanley Center, West Palm Beach, Florida. (November 18-19).
    J.P. Gallant. “Welcoming the Unexpected: Practical Application of Narrative Therapy Skills”. Orlando, Florida. (October 14).
    J.P. Gallant. “Inviting Kids to Change”. Presentation to teachers and school counselors. Archdiocese of Orlando. (September 12).
    J.P. Gallant. “Inviting Kids to Change”. Presentation to teachers and school counselors. Orange County Public Schools. (September 2).
    J.P. Gallant. “Inviting Kids to Change”. Presentation to teachers and school counselors. Brevard Public School Wellness Conference. Sattelite Beach, Fl. August 29th.
    J.P. Gallant. “The Metaphor of ‘Strength’: Ideas for Developing Meaningful Conversations with Children and Adolescents”. Barry University-Orlando (March).
    J.P. Gallant. “Inviting Kids to Change: Using the Metaphor of ‘Strength’ to Embolden Young People Against Problems”. Barry University Annual Alumni Education Conference. (February).
    J.P. Gallant. “Ideas from the Narrative Approach for Working with Families. CFAMFT monthly meeting. (January).
     
2004   J.P. Gallant & J. Rudes. “Working with Couples: Ideas and Practices for Negotiating Relationships”, Presented at Barry University – Orlando. (December).
    J.P. Gallant & Rudes, J. “Listening for the Extraordinary in the Everyday Descriptions of People’s Lives”. Presentation at Barry University, Orlando. (March).
     
2003   J.P. Gallant. “Working with Young People, Adults and Families: Ideas from the Narrative Therapy Approach”. Presentation to clinical staff, Jewish Family and Career Services, Atlanta. (October).
    J.P. Gallant. “De-Escalating Aggressive Behavior: Crisis Intervention Techniques for Working with Out-of-Control Behavior of Young People”. Workshop to Georgia Association of Home and Services to Children. Savannah. (October).
    J.P. Gallant. & Poole, B. “Implementing Strength-Based Practices in Counseling with Young People”. Presentation to Catholic Schools counselors, Archdiocese of Atlanta. (September).
    J.P. Gallant. “Narrative Therapy Ideas for Working with Families”. Presentation to Metro Atlanta Chapter of AAMFT. (March).
    J.P. Gallant. “Impacting the Adolescent Mind: Integrating Strength-Based Practices in Work with Youth and Families”. Workshop sponsored by Georgia Association for Homes and Services to Children. (February).
     
2002   J.P. Gallant. “Impacting the Adolescent Mind: Integrating Strength-Based Practices in Work with Youth and Families”. Workshop sponsored by Georgia Counseling Network, Inc. Atlanta. (March).
     
2001   J.P. Gallant. “Working with Resistance in Families”. Presentation to Annual Family Social Workers Meeting. Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch. (November).
     
2000   J.P. Gallant. “Applying Narrative Principles to Family Therapy”. Presentation to South Georgia Chapter, Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Valdosta. (April).
    J.P. Gallant. “Working with Issues of Death, Grief and Loss with Caregivers”. Presentation to 2nd. Annual Caregivers Conference, sponsored by the Rosalyn Carter Institute and the Division of Social Work, Valdosta State University. Valdosta. (April).
    J.P. Gallant. “Narrative Therapy”. Presentation to NASW-Valdosta/South Georgia Chapter. (January).
     
1999   J.P. Gallant. “Building Self-Esteem, Building Values in Children”. Presentation to 9th. District School Social Worker's Association of Georgia. Monroe, GA. (October).
    Vodde, R. & Gallant, J.P. “Bridging the gap between micro and macro practice: Large scale change and the work of Michael White and David Epston”. Presentation to the Clinical Practice Symposium for the APM Conference. San Francisco (March).
     
1998   J.P. Gallant. “A Narrative Approach to Working with Children and Families”. One-day workshop sponsored by Children’s Haven, Jacksonville, FL. (April).
    J.P. Gallant. “Ideas for Dealing with Violence in Schools”. Get-acquainted breakfast presentation. Charter Behavioral Health System of Athens (January).
     
1997   J.P. Gallant. “Narrative Therapy”. Half-day presentation to Ph.D. students, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (December).
    Winslade, J. & Gallant, J.P. “Renewing Ourselves for Our Work”. One-day workshop presented at the Ridgeview Institute. Atlanta. (November).
     
    Gallant, J.P. & Rudes, J. “The Undermining of Colonizing Practices in Formal Educational Settings: Developing Alternative Ways of ‘Being’ an Authority in the Classroom and Other Settings”. Presentation at the 5th. Annual International Narrative Ideas and Therapeutic Practice Conference. Vancouver, B.C. (March).
    Gallant, J.P. & Rudes, J. “Collaborative Group Therapy: Applying Narrative Ideas to Group Work”. Florida Chapter of the Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups. Barry University. (January).
    Gallant, J. “An Introduction to Narrative Ideas for Working with Children and Families”. Staff training to the Childrens Home Society. Fort Lauderdale. (January).
     
1996   Gallant, J.P. & Greene, R. “Family Involvement in Care for Older Adults: Shifting the Paradigm.” NASW’s Meeting of the Profession in Cleveland, Ohio (November).
    J.P. Gallant. “Assessment and Utilization of Family Strengths”. Three-part, nine-hour workshop sponsored by the professional Development Centre, Florida International University. Holiday Inn, West Palm Beach.
    J.P. Gallant. “Assessment and Utilization of Family Strengths”. Summer Series #1. Four-hour workshop sponsored by the professional Development Centre, Florida International University. FIU Convention Centre.
    J.P. Gallant. “Strength-based Interventions for Serious Family Conflict-Part 1”. Summer Series #2. Four-hour workshop sponsored by the Professional Development Centre, Florida International University. FIU Convention Centre.
    J.P. Gallant. “Strength-based Interventions for Serious Family Conflict-Part 2”. Summer Series #3. Four-hour workshop sponsored by the Professional Development Centre, Florida International University. FIU Convention Centre.
     
1995   J.P. Gallant. “Social Work Practice From Narrative Theory”. Half-day workshop presented at VA Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia.
    J.P. Gallant. “Old Wine in New Bottles: Practicing from Narrative Theory”. Two-day workshop. Family Service Windsor. Windsor, Ontario.
    J.P. Gallant. “The Roots and Work of Michael White”. One-day workshop. The Link Counseling Center. Atlanta, Georgia.
    J.P. Gallant. Facilitator. Two-day Annual Retreat of the Board of Governors and Staff of The Georgia Association for Pastoral Care. Atlanta, Georgia.
     
1994   J.P. Gallant. Half-day workshop: “Strength-based home visits”. Action, Inc.Athens, Ga.
    J.P. Gallant. One-day workshop: “Narrative Ideas for Practice with Families and Groups”. Georgia Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups. Atlanta.
    J.P. Gallant. Keynote address to the Annual Meeting of the Northern Ontario Association of Professional Social Workers, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
    J.P. Gallant. One day workshop: “Narrative Ideas and Social Work Practice”. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
     
1993   Gallant, J.P.; Aderman, J.; Lindsey, B.; Kurtz, D. (1993). “Constructivist Approaches to Supervision of Marriage and Family Therapy”. Conference on Qualitative Research in Education (QUIG). The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.
     
1992   J.P. Gallant. “Therapeutic Letter Writing”. Public presentation sponsored by Charter Winds Hospital. Athens, Georgia.
     
1990   J.P. Gallant. “The Therapeutic Engagement of Men Who Are Violent and Abusive”. One-day workshop presented to the 3rd. Annual Training Workshop of Northern Ontario Native Child and Family Service Agencies.
    J.P. Gallant. Family Therapy Workshop. Two-day workshop and demonstration of cybernetic family therapy presented to clinical staff, South Cochrane Child and Youth Service, Timmins, Ontario. (May).
    Gallant, J.P., Thyer, B.A., & Bailey, J.S. “Using bug-in-the-ear feedback in clinical supervision: Preliminary evaluations”. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, Tn. May.
    Gallant, J.P. & Leslie, D.R. “Objectifying the Problem/Respecting the Person”. Workshop presented to the Annual Meeting of Hospital Social Workers, Ontario Hospital Association, Northwest Region, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
    J.P. Gallant. “Contextual Residential Care”. One-day workshop presented to child care workers in the short-term residential care program at Lakehead Regional Family Centre, Thunder Bay, Ontario. (February).
     
1989   J.P. Gallant. “Cybernetic Family Therapy”. One-day workshop presented to Clinical Staff, Dilico Ojibway Child and Family Services, Thunder Bay, Ontario. (December).
    J.P. Gallant. “Externalizing Problems”. Half-day workshop presented to the 2nd. Annual Training Workshop of Northern Ontario Native Child and Family Service Agencies, Thunder Bay, Ontario. (October).
    J.P. Gallant. “The Therapist's Use of Self.” Presentation to the social work staff, Lakehead Regional Family Centre, Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Gallant, J.P. (2006). Founded and Director of The Narrative Therapy Institute, Maitland Florida. (www.narrativetherapyinstitute.com). The purpose is to promote clinical work from the narrative therapy perspective by offering workshops, supervision and training to the Central Florida community.

Gallant, J. P. (2002/03). Family therapy supervision to two supervisees pursuing Florida MFT licensure/3 supervisees pursuing Georgia LCSW licensure.

Gallant, J. P. (1999). Monthly family therapy training and supervision group. Watkinsville, Georgia.

Gallant, J. P. (1995). 6-hour Narrative Therapy training to staff of The Clayton Community Mental Health Center, Riverdale, Georgia.

Gallant, J. P. (1995-96). 20-hour Narrative Therapy training group. Atlanta, Georgia.

Gallant, J. P. (1994-95). 30-hour Narrative Therapy training group. Lawrenceville, Georgia.

Gallant, J. P.; Horne, A. & Gale, J. (Sept. 1992 & April & Sept., 1993). Nine hour license-preparation workshop for therapists writing licensure examination in marriage and family therapy (L.M.F.T.). Atlanta and Athens, Georgia. Sponsored by Continuing Education, The Georgia Center, The University of Georgia.

Gallant, J. P. & Aderman, J. (1992-93). Family therapy training and licensure supervision program. Group supervision and training conducted at Peachtree Pavilion, Atlanta, Georgia. (6 hours monthly).

Gallant, J. P. (1988 - 89) - 40 hours. Training and Consultation: Intern program in marriage and family therapy. Joint program with staff of Family Services Thunder Bay and Catholic Family Development Center, Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Gallant, J. P. (1988 - 89) - 30 hours. Training and Consultation: Intern staff-training program in marriage and family therapy, Lakehead Regional Family Centre, Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Gallant, J. P. (1991) - 30 hours. Supervision Through a Constructivist Lens: Training to supervisors of Family and Children's Services, District of Thunder Bay, Ontario.

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