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Published on Jul 16, 2012
Joe Provisor, M.A, LMFT, holds two Masters Degrees in English and Clinical Psychology, is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist, and has been a public school teacher for over twenty years. He has practiced Council with public school students since 1986, uses the process in his therapeutic practice, and has been a Council Trainer for The Ojai Foundation since 1994, providing trainings for educators, therapists, and business people nationally and internationally. He currently serves as Director of the Ojai Foundation's Council in Schools (CIS) Program and is the Program Expert for Council Practitioners Center (CPC) established in 2006 in the Los Angeles Unified School District's Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and School Support (OCISS). Joe has been responsible for integrating Council practice into more than 40 LAUSD schools in the past three years. Joe is the author of numerous curricular and training materials for language arts instruction and for the Council process, including An Introduction to Council for Educators: Training Manual. He has also designed Council-based curriculum that is in wide use in LAUSD with continuation high school students and students identified as at-risk for dropping out. Joe has trained and supervised teachers (K to post-secondary), administrators, counselors, therapists, and business people to build community and to integrate systemic community building practices into curriculum and institutions.