Global Calendar

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January 2022

Global Calendar
Saturday, January 8
Time: 11:00am - 6:00pm
Event: January Online Institute: Dissociation and Complex Trauma in Group Members
Description:

Saturdays, January 8 & 15, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM & 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM (Eastern) *Please be cognizant of applicable time zones

Online Institute: Dissociation and Complex Trauma in Group Members and Leaders

Instructor:
Leonardo Leiderman, PsyD, ABPP, FAACP, CGP, FAGPA

Group therapists can overlook the impact of complex trauma and dissociation in their patients and in themselves. This institute enhances more understanding of the long-term impact of complex trauma. Strategies to address dissociative enactments using an interpersonal, relational approach and a resilience model will be provided. (80% experiential learning)

Register in the AGPA Store/CE Center.

Sunday, January 9
Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm
Event: Webinar Series: Core Principles of Group Psychotherapy Part I
Description:

Sundays, January 9, 16, 23, and February 6 & 13, 2022, 11:00AM - 1:00PM (Eastern)*Please be cognizant of applicable time zones

Director:
Misha Bogomaz, PsyD, ABPP, CGP, FAGPA
Presenters:
Week 1: Vincent Dehili, PhD, CGP and Karen Cone-Uemura, PhD, CGP
Week 2: David Songco, PsyD, LP, CGP and Tevya Zukor, PhD, CGP
Week 3: Margaret Postlewaite, PhD, SEP, CGP, FAGPA and Analesa Clarke, PhD, CGP
Week 4: Shala Rae Cole, PsyD, CGP and Annie Weiss, LICSW, CGP, FAGPA
Week 5: Katherine Zwick, MA, LPCC, C-DBT, CGP and Leonardo Leiderman, PsyD, ABPP, CGP, FAGPA

AGPA is pleased to offer the Principles of Group Psychotherapy curriculum in two parts. Part 1, the didactic portion, will be offered through five weekly webinars by experienced AGPA faculty. The webinar series is a prerequisite for Part 2, the experiential portion, which will be offered at Virtual AGPA Connect 2022 as a one-day course.

The completion of both parts fulfills the 15-hour group psychotherapy theory and practice course requirement for the Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP) credential with the International Board for Certification of Group Psychotherapists. The Core Principles of Group Psychotherapy: An Integrated Theory, Research, and Practice Training Manual (2019 version) is required (ISBN 9780367203092). Please note this webinar will be conducted via Zoom, which allows for both audio and video participation.

Register in the AGPA Store/CE Center.

 

Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Location: Zoom
Event: Conversations with the Authors: A Two Part Series Women, Intersectionality, and Power in Group Psychotherapy Leadership Edited by Yoon Kane, Saralyn Masselink, and Annie Weiss
Description:

The Practice Development Committee of NSGP Presents Conversations with the Authors: A Two Part Series Women, Intersectionality, and Power in Group Psychotherapy Leadership Edited by Yoon Kane, Saralyn Masselink, and Annie Weiss

Please join us for a lively, thoughtful panel discussion with the authors of the groundbreaking new book, Women, Intersectionality, and Power in Group Psychotherapy Leadership This ground-breaking book presents multifaceted perspectives to examine assumptions about gender, intersecting identities, and power that impact women’s experience as group psychotherapy leaders, mentors, and educators. Authors will discuss theoretical, cultural and personal paradigms as well as practical and technical applications for all group psychotherapists.

WHEN:

Sunday, December 5th, 4-5:30 pm with Annie Weiss, Yoon Kane, Sasha Watkins, Julie Anderson, &Kavita Avula

Sunday, January 9th, 4-5:30 pm with Yoon Kane, Libby Shapiro, Jan Morris, Jeanne Bunker, and Madeline Stein

Register here: Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy - Practice Development: Women, Intersectionality, and Power in Group Psychotherapy Leadership (wildapricot.org)

You may register for one or both dates. There will be different chapter authors at each event.

FEES: NSGP members for one date, for both dates Non NSGP members for one date, for both dates

A Zoom link with joining details will be sent a few days before the event to all paid registrants. For more information please contact Oona Metz at oonametzlicsw@gmail.com

Below are the chapter titles and their authors:

• Unwelcoming and Group Process, Sasha Watkins

• Training Elastigirl: Developing Strength and Flexibility in Female Group Psychotherapists, Annie Weiss

• From Chrysalis to Butterfly: Women Leading Women from Silence to Power, Elizabeth Shapiro

• Cinderella, The Wicked Queen, and Glinda Walk into a Group: Countertransference Resistance and the Female Group Leader, Janice M. Morris

• Liberating Ambition in Women Group Psychotherapists, Jeanne Bunker

• Women Sharing the Power Seat: Equity and Equanimity in Co-leading Groups, Julie Anderson

• Brown, Barriered, Bold: One Therapist’s Story of Leadership, Kavita Avula

• Courage to Lead: The Shadow of Racism on Women of Color Leading Psychotherapy Groups, Yoon Im Kane

• Vulnerability & Violence: Female Group Leadership, the Social Unconscious, & the #MeToo Movement, Madeline Victore Stein

SPACE IS LIMITED SO REGISTER TODAY!

Sunday, January 16
Time: 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Event: Webinar: Patient Care, Parental Leave, and Parenting
Description:

Sunday, January 16, 2022, 3:00-4:30 PM (Eastern) *Please be cognizant of applicable time zones

Chairs:
Dale C. Godby, PhD and Melissa Black, PhD
Group Analytic Practice of Dallas
Panelists:
Anna Faubion, MD and Matt Faubion, MD (3rd year psychiatry residents. SON 8 MONTHS) USA
Maria Puschbeck-Raetzell (Clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst, and group analyst in training and Lennart Raetzell, business owner and consultant. SONS 6 YEARS AND 6 MONTHS) GERMANY
Melissa Wallace, MD (Psychiatrist in private practice and Brandon Wallace, oil and gas analyst. SON 30 MONTHS) USA

How do group therapists in training or private practice manage the issue of pregnancy, parental leave, and having children while actively providing patient care? How do clinicians in Europe differ from those in the US? This webinar, co-chaired by Dr. Dale Godby and Dr. Melissa Black, will present a panel of three professional couples grappling with the challenges of parenthood, childcare, and professional practice. After a 30-minute conversation among the presenters, we will invite the webinar participants into the conversation.

Register in the AGPA Store/CE Center.


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