What’s New

New Book

Jan N. DeFehr, Cynthia Loreto Sosa Infante, & Christian Israel Lizama Valladares draw on social construction theory, collaborative-dialogic practices, and the particularity of two master’s degree theses to show how dialogic social inquiry can produce its own unrepeatable process.

New Book

The Sage Handbook of Social Constructionist Practice showcases the latest theory and application of social construction across a range of disciplines, with most contributions from Taos Associates.

Online Workshop

Taos Institute board member Monica Sesma, Ph.D. invite you to an online seminar: Zapatismo, Not One More! and Black Lives Matter: Social movements inspiring new social construction therapeutic practices. March 5/6 (Spanish) & March 12/13 (English).

Dialogue with the Authors

January-June, join authors and editors on a free webinar series to celebrate the launch of The Sage Handbook of Social Constructionist Practice. March 10, 2021 features Section 3: Practices in Therapeutic Practices with Dan Wulff, Ph.D. and Sally St George, Ph.D..


The Taos Institute and Positivity Strategist Podcast joined in a beautiful collaboration to offer Season 5: Social Constructionist Practices as Social Innovation, featuring authors of The Sage Handbook of Social Constructionist Practice.


The February 2021 newsletter is now available, featuring a Brief Encounter with Taos Co-Founder and President Ken J. Gergen, Ph.D.. Also check out our Positive Aging newsletter.


Mark your calendar for the next Taos Conference scheduled for November 11-13, 2021 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Our theme: Co-Constructing the Future – Relational Resources for a Flourishing World.

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