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Oct
25
9:00 AM09:00

Listening to the Group Process through a Developmentally Based Lens with Paul Kaye, PhD, CGP

Registration 8:30-9:00, Workshop 9-4:30

6 CE hours

Our psychotherapy models can emphasize intrapsychic, interpersonal, or group-as-a-whole perspectives. After reviewing these models, Dr. Kaye will lead us in exploring an integrated model of working with groups informed by developmental theory. We will deepen our understanding of the stages of group, member development and the group leader’s use of self, identifying processes and behaviors of individual members and the group as a whole that inform the group’s developmental process. 

Together we will gather clinical material through a demonstration group, video vignettes of a process group, and participants’ interactions, and apply the integrated/developmental model to this clinical material. Through these explorations, we will learn to more fully listen to and understand our groups from an integrated developmental group process perspective.   

Appropriate for individual and group therapists

Learning Objectives:

Participants will be able to:

1. Apply group developmental stage theory in understanding and facilitating group process

2. Define the salient features of an integrated model of group psychotherapy

3. Identify the decision-making aspects of using intrapsychic, interpersonal, and group-as-a- whole interventions within a developmentally informed model  

Paul is a licensed clinical psychologist in Michigan, and has been in private practice for over three decades. He worked extensively with inpatient, day hospital, and outpatient groups at Sinai Hospital of Detroit for seven years, and has been on the teaching faculties at the University of Detroit’s Clinical Psychology PhD program, Wayne State University-School of Medicine-Psychiatric Residency program, and the American Group Psychotherapy Association. Paul has presented nationally and internationally on understanding group process, the effects of gender composition in groups; and the therapeutic management of shame. Paul has been married for 45 years and has two daughters and three granddaughters. He enjoys traveling, tennis, raising Japanese Koi, amateur astronomy, and most importantly, modeling silliness with his granddaughters.

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The Bishop Jones Center – 111 Torcido Dr SATX 78209

 

 

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Feb
25
to Mar 2

AGPA Connect 2019

Building Bridges of Connection Through Group

American Group Psychotherapy Association Meeting
February 25-March 2, 2019

Westin Bonaventure Hotel, Los Angeles, California

https://www.agpa.org/home/continuing-ed-meetings-events-training/agpa-connect-2019

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Oct
20
9:00 AM09:00

The Gender Spectrum Breaks Out of the Closet: Implications for Mental Health Professionals in Individual and Group Practice with Erica Anderson, PhD

Registration 8:30-9:00, Workshop 9-1

3 Diversity CEUs

This presentation will address issues of gender identity and expression, their relationship to sexual identity and sexual orientation, and the challenges of trans and nonbinary identities. Issues for group and individual practice, including individual developmental pathways, generational and cohort issues, and common challenges for those who are trans/nonbinary as well as their loved ones. Together we will explore  our own bias related to gender issues in experiential small group format.

The presenter, herself a clinical psychologist and transgender woman, will weave into this event her own journey as it parallels the proliferation of non-binary identities. She will review the maturing standards of care for trans and gender non-conforming persons. Cultural and professional challenges in gender issues will be confronted as relates to individual, couples, and group psychotherapy.

Learning Objectives:

Participants will be able to:

 1.  Identify the key components in the scientific understanding of transgender and gender creative identities.

2)  Recognize the emerging body of professional standards and best practices for health care/mental health care for transgender and gender creative persons

3) List the important changes in culture/society which make meeting the expectations and needs of this population within our existing paradigms more challenging in our group and individual work.               

4) Describe any bias that we may bring to work with this population, especially as relates to individual and group psychotherapy. 

Erica Anderson, PhD

3 Diversity CEUs

 

 

Erica Anderson, Ph.D. is an accomplished clinical psychologist, academic administrator, healthcare executive, professor, and consultant. She serves on the faculty and medical staff of UCSF Benioff in behavioral pediatrics. She provides consultation and clinical services focused on sexual and gender diversity and inclusion in her private practice. She is widely recognized for her advocacy and example as a transgender woman and professional.

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The Bishop Jones Center – 111 Torcido Dr SATX 78209

 

 

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Sep
14
5:30 PM17:30

Annual Fall Social Friday, Sep 14, 5:30-8:30

 

Please Join Us for the

San Antonio Group Psychotherapy Society Fall Social!

Friday, September 14, 2018

5:30-8:30 PM

534 Country Lane, San Antonio, 78209*

Our annual fall social is a time to enjoy great food and drinks, greet old friends and meet new friends.  This year we are honoring our departing Membership Chair, Virginia Cruise for her contributions to our society.  We are so sorry to see her go.

We will also have a brief presentation on an exciting program in our community for young girls, Girls on the Run.  The mission of Girls on the Run is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.

*Please RSVP to sagps.sa@gmail.com or register below!

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Thank you - we are looking forward to seeing you!

 

 

Home of Susan Mengden 534 Country Lane, San Antonio, 78209*

 

 

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Oct
3
to Oct 4

Principles of Group Psychotherapy - Date

The AGPA Principles of Group Psychotherapy Course is designed as a stand alone 12-hour program. This course is designed to provide basic understanding of the theory, principles, and application of group psychotherapy. This didactic and experiential presentation will cover group process and dynamics, foundations of group psychotherapy, the role of the group leader, the change process in group and some short-term structured and thematic group approaches. The AGPA-sponsored course meets the educational requirement for the Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP) credential conferred by the International Board for the Certification of Group Psychotherapists. For more information about becoming  a Certified Group Psychotherapist, see here  http://www.agpa.org/cgp-certification

Details coming soon!

 

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