Eric Wolf is a licensed, clinical, social worker. He enjoys conversations with people about their lived, storied experience. Using a form of therapy called Narrative Therapy, these conversations help folks examine their lives, make new discoveries, and remember their ethical guideposts. Eric is enthusiastic about hearing people remember truths about themselves, the world, and their discoveries.
Working with children since the age of sixteen, Eric has over three decades’ experience working with young people. He brings a unique view of their experience to his therapy consultations. In addition, Eric knows how to connect with children, enabling hem to hear what he offers.
Educational honors include a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Cincinnati and a Master’s of Science degree in Education from Lesley University. He has over twenty year’s experience teaching environmental education to children and young adults.
Eric Wolf with his family in 2003.
Narrative Therapy is a method of therapy that separates the person from the problem and encourages people to rely on their own skill sets to lessen the problems that exist in their everyday lives.
Eric completed a one-year course in narrative therapy, taught by Jill Freedman and Gene Combs, and has completed many narrative therapy workshops. He attended the International Narrative Therapy Conference, in Vancouver, in 2012 and 2017, and has lectured or taught at:
- African-American Folk Festival at the Smithsonian in Washington DC
- American Museum of Natural History in New York
- Barnard College
- Cincinnati Private Practice Group in Ohio
- Columbia University
- Montgomery County Children’s Services
- NASW-NC State Wide Conference
- The University of Cincinnati in Ohio
- Wright State University in Ohio
- private consulting groups
Licensed by the North Carolina Social Work Certification and Licensure Board (license number C010521), Eric Wolf is professionally insured and a member of National Association of Social Workers. He is the host of the Art of Storytelling Podcast with 123 hours of online content. He is the winner of the 2009 National Oracle Award for Service from the National Storytelling Association.
Eric and his wife Marybeth.