Creating Promising Futures Through Social Construction
The Peggy Penn WorldShare Books Fund supports the publication of new WorldShare Books on topics related to the work and interests of Peggy Penn, Ph.D.
The fund is in honor of Peggy Penn, MSW, Ph.D., and was established by her family in collaboration with the Taos Institute.
Peggy, who died in 2012, was an internationally recognized family therapist, author, teacher and poet. Peggy was an associate of the Taos Institute, and received her doctorate at Tilburg University. Peggy directed several training programs at The Ackerman Institute for the Family in New York, including a project addressing domestic violence among couples, and a project introducing letter writing into therapy. She introduced “future questions” to family therapy, and is the author of cutting-edge books in family therapy, numerous professional articles and two books of poetry.
Peggy was an outstanding therapist and presenter. Her work was so powerful that after one presentation, the audience was speechless. The conference moderator had to call for a break in order for the members of the audience to recompose themselves before asking questions. Over time, Peggy became a mentor to many and a treasured friend.
Marjorie Roberts, Ph.D. is the coordinator of this new fund, and will help in the selection of the books on family therapy and poetry that will be inscribed with a special acknowledgement to Peggy Penn, Ph.D. and supported by the fund.
Donations in any amount can be made using the form below. Please complete the form, submit it, and then make your donation using a credit card online.
Or, if you wish to mail your donation by check in US dollars, send to:
The Taos Institute
63 Maple Hill Dr.
Chagrin Falls, OH 44022
To contact Marty Roberts with questions or suggestions:
Marjorie Roberts, Ph.D.
Co-Director and Founder of The Salem Center for Therapy, Training and Research
204 Lafayette St.
Your donation is tax deductible in the US. The Taos Institute is a 501c3 non-profit organization.
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