Jamie Moran - Group Training, Consultation for Therapists and Educatiion
     
 
 

 

Calendar

San Francisco

 

Psychotherapy groups for gay men. Groups are ongoing, with initial commitment of four months.

 

 

GROUP SCHEDULE

SAN FRANCISCO | Gay Men's Psychotherapy Groups
Tuesday 5:45-7:15pm 
Tuesday 7:30-9:00pm 
Wednesday 5:45-7:15pm
Wednesday 7:30-9:00pm
Thursday 8:00-9:30am
Thursday 4:30-6:00pm
Thursday 6:15-7:45pm

 

All groups involve a screening interview(s). To learn more about group offerings or to begin the screening process contact Jamie Moran:

Phone: 415.552.9408

Email: jammoran@aol.com

 

 


Offerings for Clinicians

 

Upcoming Trainings:

 




 

Past Trainings:

 

Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, National Harbor, Maryland 


I am pleased to present Year two of the General Process Group Experience (a 2-year continuous group). Please note only registrants who attended last year will be able to attend.

General Process Group Experiences (GPGE): Participants acquire general therapy ‎skills relevant to leading groups by participating in a process-oriented group. These ‎small groups provide participants an environment in which to obtain, expand and ‎retain their ‎skills in conducting group therapy. These sections are conducted by many ‎of the country’s ‎outstanding group therapists. The group psychotherapy skills gained ‎are important in conducting any ‎group, regardless of its theoretical orientation, time ‎parameter or patient population. GPGE sections are ‎essential training and benefit the ‎participants, both personally and professionally. A portion of each ‎GPGE will be ‎didactic.

AGPA Connect is for mental health professionals, clinicians, psychiatric residents, and graduate students in mental health degree programs working with groups or in training who wish to be kept abreast of new developments and expand the scope of their clinical practices. It comprises three major sections: the Special Institute, the Two-Day Institute, and the Conference.



June 15-17, 2023
NASW-FL’s 2023 in-person Social Work Conference
Group Leaders' Countertransference: An Exploration of Commonalities, Struggles, and Self Critique
The Florida Hotel and Conference Center, Orlando, Florida. 


Being a group leader is challenging! This workshop will focus on Countertransference issues common to the group leader through exploration and dialogue, including: 1) self critique; 2) confusion about what occurs in group; 3) struggles with group norms; 4) attacks and criticisms directed towards the leader and the Leader's relationship to conflict; and 5) DEI topics. Attendees will be encouraged to connect with their own interpersonal struggles. Suggestions will be outlined by both the Workshop Leader and participants, what methods have been useful (and not) in working with Countertransference. Exploration will also include positive and poignant instances of Countertransference.



April 29th, 2023 11am-2pm online
Countertransference Issues in Group Leadership, Saturday

Being a group leader is challenging! This workshop will focus on Countertransference issues common to the group leader through exploration and dialogue, including: 1) self critique; 2) confusion about what occurs in group; 3) struggles with group norms; 4) attacks and criticisms directed towards the leader and the leader's relationship to conflict; and 5) DEI topics.

Attendees will be encouraged to connect with their own interpersonal struggles. Suggestions will be outlined by both the workshop leader and participants, what methods have been useful (and not) in working with countertransference. Exploration will also include positive and poignant instances of countertransference.




March 6-11, 2023
American Group Psychotherapy Association Annual Meeting
Group as a Catalyst for Reimagining and Embracing our Future

AGPA Connect is for mental health professionals, clinicians, psychiatric residents, and graduate students in mental health degree  programs working with groups or in training who wish to be kept abreast of new developments and expand the scope of their clinical practices.
The conference offers a variety of formats, including courses, limited registration workshops, open session panels on special topics, and original scientific paper sessions.

I am pleased to present a two-day General Process Group Experience:
Tuesday & Wednesday, March 7 & 8th, 2023
Please note this is a two-year continuous group; registrants are committing to this year and next year.

General Process Group Experiences (GPGE): Participants acquire general therapy ‎skills relevant to leading groups by participating in a process-oriented group. These ‎small groups provide participants an environment in which to obtain, expand and ‎retain their ‎skills in conducting group therapy. These sections are conducted by many ‎of the country’s ‎outstanding group therapists. The group psychotherapy skills gained ‎are important in conducting any ‎group, regardless of its theoretical orientation, time ‎parameter or patient population. GPGE sections are ‎essential training and benefit the ‎participants, both personally and professionally. A portion of each ‎GPGE will be ‎didactic.


 


 

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