All groups involve a screening interview(s). To learn more
about group offerings or to begin the screening process contact Jamie
Offerings for Clinicians
(Almost) Everything You Wanted To Know
About Groups But Were Afraid To Ask!
I am pleased to offer a workshop series pertaining to group issues for clinicians. Therapists, social workers, interns, trainees and students are welcome to attend. Each workshop will focus on a particular topic and include a brief educational overview, followed by questions and answers. Continuing education credits are available for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs. In addition to this being a training opportunity it is also a space for clinicians to network and connect with each other. Workshops offered in San Francisco and the South Bay.
Process Group for Clinicians with 0 to 4 years Experience
Date: February 26 & 27th, 2019
Where: Annual American Group Psychotherapy Association Meeting (AGPA),
Los Angeles, CA
For more information on the conference and to register go to: agpa.org
In this seminar participants will acquire general therapy skills relevant to leading groups by attending a process oriented group. Members agree to attend the entire seminar (16 hours on Tuesday & Wednesday), to participate actively by putting thoughts and feelings into words, and to respect privacy and confidentiality. After attending an Institute, participants will be able to identify various aspects of group process, dynamics, and leadership skills. The group provides an important opportunity for experiential learning and growth, and although has therapeutic value, is not considered therapy.
Practical Issues in Forming, Maintaining and Facilitating Groups
Date: Saturday, October 1st, 2016
Location: Noe Valley Ministry, 1021 Sanchez St., San Francisco, CA 94114
Registration: Please RSVP to email@example.com by 9/28. Payment can be submitted via paypal.
Discounts: $80 for students, interns and clinicians licensed under a year.
CEUs: 5.5 CEUs available for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs*
In this seminar we will focus on initial efforts to create a meaningful and viable topic, marketing, effective screening and assessment tools and how to work with clients who are waiting for the initial start date. Additional emphasis on therapist interventions, how to work with group conflict, challenging clients, countertransference issues and effective termination. Format will include didactic presentations, dyads, small and large group discussions, role plays/experiential exercises, a demonstration group (fishbowl) and questions/answers. A primary goal is to give participants a clear and concise list of next steps to have a group up and running, as well as to receive additional input regarding how current groups are functioning.