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09.24.2021- Online Institute: Group Therapy Consultation

Fridays, September 24, October 8, 22, November 5, 19, December 3 & 17, 2021, January 7 & 21, and February 4, 2022, 4:30-6:00 PM (Eastern) *Please be cognizant of applicable time zones <br><br> Online Institute: Group Therapy Consultation <br><br> Instructor:<br> Michelle Collins-Greene, PhD, ABPP, CGP, FAGPA <br><br> 15 CE Credits<br><br> Registrants are required to attend all 10 sessions. CE credits will not be awarded to registrants who miss sessions. Registration is limited to the first eight registrants. <br>
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This 10-week, 1 ½ hour each, consultation series will provide 15 consultation hours that are CE accredited by AGPA and satisfies 15 of the 75 supervision hours required for the CGP (Certified Group Psychotherapist). It will be a closed group with a limit of eight members. Each will have time to present their group, as well as a follow-up report to discuss effects of the consultation. Participants will be encouraged to develop their own theoretical perspective.

Learning Objectives
The participant will be able to:
  1. Describe an advanced understanding of their group's process.
  2. Identify theoretical underpinnings of their group interventions.
  3. Identify methods and the value of presenting in-vivo group process material for supervision.
  4. Describe their most frequent countertransferential reactions.
  5. Describe the co-construction of the group process.
  6. Identify and recognize parallel processes between them and the consultation group, and them and their own group.
  7. Describe at least one way they have gained confidence in their group leadership skills.
  8. Describe expanding options for their group interventions.
Course References
  1. Ammirati, R., & Kaslow, N. (2017). All supervisors have the potential to be harmful. The Clinical Supervisor, 36(1), 116-123.
  2. Bemak, F., & Chi Ying Chung, R. (2018). Race Dialogues in group psychotherapy: Key issues in training and practice. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy(0), 1-20.
  3. Counselman, E.F. & Abernethy, A. (2011) Supervisory reactions: An important aspect of supervision, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61:2, 196-216, DOI: 10.1521/ijgp.2011.61.2.196
  4. Knott, H. (2016) Countertransference and projective identification revisited and applied to the practice of group analytic supervision, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 66:3, 323-337, DOI: 10.1080/00207284.2016.1149408
  5. Moffett, L.A., Kharrazi, N. & Vaught, A. (2016) Using clinicians' ideal social climate ratings in group therapy training: Staff development, supervision, and teaching, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 66:1, 34-55, DOI: 10.1080/00207284.2015.1089686
  6. Watkins, Jr., C., Hook, J., Owen, J., DeBlaere, C., Davis, D., & Van Tongeren, D. (2019). Multicultural orientation in psychotherapy supervision: Cultural humility, cultural comfort, and cultural opportunities. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 72(2), 38-46.
  7. Weiss, A. & Rutan, J.S. (2016) The benefits of group therapy observation for therapists-in-training, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 66:2, 246-260, DOI: 10.1080/00207284.2015.1111083
  8. Yalom, I. & Leszcz, M. (2020). Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy, Basic Books: New York.
 

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