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February 2019

Global Calendar
Sunday, February 3
Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm
Event: Principles of Group Psychotherapy, Part 1, Week 4
Description:

Principles of Group Psychotherapy, Part 1, Week 4

Directors: Misha Bogomaz, PsyD, ABPP, CGPJennifer Martin, PhD, CGP

AGPA is pleased to offer the Principlesof Group Psychotherapy curriculum intwo parts. Part 1, the didactic portion,will be offered through five weeklywebinars by experienced AGPA faculty.The webinar series is a prerequisite for Part 2, the experiential portion, which willbe offered at AGPA Connect 2019 as a one-day course on Thursday, February 28.

Registration will open at the AGPA e-Learning Library approximately one month prior to the event. 

 

Sunday, February 10
Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm
Event: Principles of Group Psychotherapy, Part 1, Week 5
Description:

Principles of Group Psychotherapy, Part 1, Week 5

Directors: Misha Bogomaz, PsyD, ABPP, CGPJennifer Martin, PhD, CGP

AGPA is pleased to offer the Principlesof Group Psychotherapy curriculum intwo parts. Part 1, the didactic portion,will be offered through five weeklywebinars by experienced AGPA faculty.The webinar series is a prerequisite for Part 2, the experiential portion, which willbe offered at AGPA Connect 2019 as a one-day course on Thursday, February 28.

Registration will open at the AGPA e-Learning Library approximately one month prior to the event. 

 

Monday, February 25
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Event: AGPA Connect: Special Institute
Description:

AGPA Connect: Special Institute

To kick off the start of AGPA Connect, AGPA offers two full-day special institute presentations on Monday, February 25, 2019 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.  
Attendees have the choice to attend either "Clinical Applications of Attachment and Interpersonal Theories to Group Psychotherapy: Two Sides of the Same Coin," with Cheri Marmarosh, PhD & Martyn Whittingham, PhD, CGP, FAGPA, or "Group and Couples Approaches to Addressing Polarization in our Intimate and Civic Lives," with William Doherty, PhD.

Continuing Education for Special Institute Presentations: 6.0 credits/.6 units  

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Tuesday, February 26
Time: 9:30am - 5:45pm
Event: AGPA Connect: Two-Day Institute (Day 1)
Description:

AGPA Connect: Two-Day Institute (Day 1)

The Institute is primarily designed for clinical professionals who meet the requirements of at least a Master’s degree in a mental health profession and who have clinical psychotherapy experience. Many sections of the Institute welcome psychiatric residents, graduate students in mental health degree programs as well as mental health workers who work in a range of human service settings. Please register for a section consistent with your experience.

 

 

 

The Institute is scheduled over two full days: Tuesday, February 26, 9:30 A.M. – 5:45 P.M. and Wednesday, February 27, 8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Registration will only be accepted for the full two-days and registrants will be expected to attend both days, including the Institute Opening Plenary SessionContinuing Education credit will not be awarded for partial attendance. Devoted to small group experiential teaching, these two-day groups are led by carefully selected experienced instructors. The secure environment of these small groups allows for rich cognitive and emotional learning about group processes and oneself as well as an opportunity for personal and professional renewal.

There are two types of Institutes: Process Group Experiences (PGE) and Specific Interest Sections. The PGE participants acquire general therapy skills relevant to leading groups by participating in a process-oriented group. Specific Interest Sections offer participants a chance to explore a particular theme in greater depth or to learn a new theoretical approach. For Specific Interest Sections, previous participation in a PGE is recommended but not required. Members agree to attend the entire group, to participate actively, and to respect the privacy of the other members. After attending an Institute, participants will be able to identify various aspects of group process and dynamics. These groups provide an important opportunity for experiential learning and growth.

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Wednesday, February 27
Time: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Event: AGPA Connect: Two-Day Institute (Day 2)
Description:

AGPA Connect: Two-Day Institute (Day 2)

The Institute is primarily designed for clinical professionals who meet the requirements of at least a Master’s degree in a mental health profession and who have clinical psychotherapy experience. Many sections of the Institute welcome psychiatric residents, graduate students in mental health degree programs as well as mental health workers who work in a range of human service settings. Please register for a section consistent with your experience.

 

 

 

The Institute is scheduled over two full days: Tuesday, February 26, 9:30 A.M. – 5:45 P.M. and Wednesday, February 27, 8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Registration will only be accepted for the full two-days and registrants will be expected to attend both days, including the Institute Opening Plenary SessionContinuing Education credit will not be awarded for partial attendance. Devoted to small group experiential teaching, these two-day groups are led by carefully selected experienced instructors. The secure environment of these small groups allows for rich cognitive and emotional learning about group processes and oneself as well as an opportunity for personal and professional renewal.

There are two types of Institutes: Process Group Experiences (PGE) and Specific Interest Sections. The PGE participants acquire general therapy skills relevant to leading groups by participating in a process-oriented group. Specific Interest Sections offer participants a chance to explore a particular theme in greater depth or to learn a new theoretical approach. For Specific Interest Sections, previous participation in a PGE is recommended but not required. Members agree to attend the entire group, to participate actively, and to respect the privacy of the other members. After attending an Institute, participants will be able to identify various aspects of group process and dynamics. These groups provide an important opportunity for experiential learning and growth.

Register Here

 

Thursday, February 28
Time: 7:15am - 5:00pm
Event: AGPA Connect: Three-Day Conference (Day 1)
Description:

AGPA Connect: Three-Day Conference (Day 1)

The Mitchell Hochberg Memorial Public Education Event on Wednesday evening is the kick-off event for the Conference which is held on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, February 28-March 2; the Conference is composed of several formats, including courses, open sessions, limited registration workshops and special presentations on a variety of topics.

Special Plenary Presentations

Wednesday evening, February 27, 6:30-7:45 pm: Mitchell Hochberg Memorial Public Education Event: Marco Iacoboni, MD, PhD will discuss, "Like a Thought That is Also a Feeling: The Betweenness of Empathy."

Thursday morning, February 28, 8:30-9:45 am:  Conference Opening Plenary Address: Allan Schore, PhD will deliver the Conference Opening Address, "Forging Connections in Group Psychotherapy Through Right Brain to Right Emotional Communications."

Friday morning, March 1, 8:30-9:45 am:  Anne and Ramon Alonso Plenary Address: Joyce Slochower, PhD, ABPP will deliver her address, "Trying Not to Look Ahead"

Saturday morning, March 2, 9:00-11:30am: Louis R. Ormont Lecture: Karen Maroda, PhD, ABPP will speak about, "Reparative Countertransference: The Therapist's Need to Repeat the Past."

Courses: These courses are designed to cover a variety of topics in-depth. One-day courses meet in two sections for one full day. Participants must attend all sessions in order to receive continuing education credits. 
Continuing Education: One-day: 5 credits/.5 units 


Open Sessions (300 series): These meetings will be presented in a variety of formats, including panels, papers and demonstrations. Audience participation and exchange with the presenters is encouraged. 
Continuing Education: 2.5 credits/.25 units


Early Morning Open Sessions (200 Series): 
These events will be presented on specialized areas of interest for the group therapist. 
Continuing Education: 1 credit/.1 unit


Workshops (1-100 Series): 
All-day and half-day meetings provide a context in which participants exchange information among themselves and with the chairperson. These meetings are designed for varying levels of experience including master workshops for senior clinicians. 
Continuing Education: All-day: 5 credits/.5 units; Half-day: 2.5 credits/.25 units


90-Minute Events: 
These sessions are presented as open sessions and workshops and are scheduled on Friday afternoon of the Conference.
Continuing Education: 1.5 credits/.15 units

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