Beth Prullage, M.S.W. '01, LICSW
Beth Prullage works at the University of Massachusetts Amherst at the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health as a psychiatric social worker and co-coordinator of the Groups Program. She is also part of the faculty of Re-Authoring Teaching, an online consultation group on narrative therapy, and has served as a bereavement group counselor with the LGBT Aging Project.
Prullage earned her M.S.W. at the Smith College School for Social Work in 2001. She has served as a practicum faculty adviser and has taught multiple courses, including: Family Therapy: Narrative Approaches to Social Work, Group Theory and Practice, Social Work Practice for Individuals and Families, Family Theory, Dialogic, Feminist and Narrative Family Therapy and Couples Therapy.