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08.07.2021- PGE: Seeing Through Your Lens in Relationships

Saturday and Sunday, August 7 and 8, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM & 3:00 - 6:00 PM (Eastern) *Please be cognizant of applicable time zones <br><br> Process Group Experience: Seeing Through Your Lens in Relationships <br><br> Instructor:<br> Joseph Shay, PhD, CGP, LFAGPA<br><br> 12 CE Credits<br><br> Registrants are required to attend all 12 hours. CE credits will not be awarded to registrants who miss sessions. Registration is limited to the first ten registrants. <br> ONE SPOT LEFT! CONTACT KATARINA COOKE VIA EMAIL katarinacooke@agpa.org OR BY CALLING (212) 477-2677 TO REGISTER!
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For the group therapist, self-awareness is crucial if not indispensable to the deepest group work. In this Process Group Experience, members will have the opportunity to learn more about themselves, to learn about the characteristic lens through which they view others but one which may lay just out of their awareness.

Learning Objectives
The participant will be able to:
  1. Identify the phases of group development and the leader's role in each phase.
  2. Identify one's role in the group and those of others.
  3. Define and apply such concepts as transference, resistance, content versus process and termination.
  4. Describe key process interactions in the group.
  5. Recognize leader behaviors that facilitate the group process.
  6. Identify approaches to addressing termination.
Course References
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  2. Barlow, S., Burlingame, G.M., Greene, L.R., Joyce, A., Kaklauskas, F., Kinley, J., Klein, R.H., Kobos, J.C., Leszcz, M., MacNair-Semands, R., Paquin, J.D., Tasca, G.A., Whittingham, M., & Feirman, D. (2015). Evidence-based practice in group psychotherapy [American Group Psychotherapy Association Science to Service Task Force web document]. Retrieved from http://www.agpa.org/home/practice-resources/evidence-based-practice-in-group-psychotherapy.
  3. Bernard, H., Burlingame, G., Flores, P., Greene, L., Joyce, A., Kobos, J., Leszcz, M., MacNair-Semands, R.R., Piper, W. E., Slocum McEneaney, A. M., & Feirman, D. (2008). Clinical practice guidelines for group psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 58, 455-542.
  4. Bilican, I. F., & McEneaney, A. (2016). Effects of a group psychotherapy principles training on psychotherapists' group process awareness. International Journal of Psychology, 51, 274.
  5. Cone-Uemura, K., & E. S. Bentley (2018). Multicultural/diversity issues in groups. In M. D. Ribeiro, J. Gross, & M. M. Turner (Eds.) The college counselor's guide to group psychotherapy, (pp. 48-64). New York: Routledge Press.
  6. Greene, L. R. (2012). Group therapist as social scientist, with special reference to the psychodynamically oriented psychotherapist. American Psychologist, 67(6), 477.
  7. Grossmark, R. (2015). The edge of chaos: Enactment, disruption, and emergence in group psychotherapy. In R. Grossmark & F. Wright (Eds.), The one and the many: Relational approaches to group psychotherapy, (pp. 57-74]. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
  8. Horwitz, L. (2014). Listening with the fourth ear: Unconscious dynamics in analytic group psychotherapy. London: Karnac Books.
  9. Kleinberg, J. L. (2015). The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of group psychotherapy. New York: Wiley.
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  12. Motherwell, L & Shay, J. (Eds.), (2014). Complex dilemmas in group therapy: Pathways to resolution (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
  13. Stevens, F. L., & Abernethy, A. D. (2017). Neuroscience and racism: The power of groups for overcoming implicit bias. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. https://doi.org/10.1080/00207284.2017.1315583.
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  15. Turner, M. M., & Ribeiro, M. D. (2018). Racial and social justice implications on the practice of group psychotherapy. In M. D. Ribeiro, J. Gross, & M. M. Turner (Eds.) The college counselor's guide to group psychotherapy (pp. 62-82). New York: Routledge Press.
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