Austin Group Psychotherapy Society

AGPS events are a great way to network with wonderful therapists, gain unique, experiential professional development, and make new friends. You don’t need to be a member to attend most trainings; however, as a member, you can take advantage of pricing discounts and access exclusive members-only events. 

Upcoming events

    • Friday, April 07, 2023
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Lazarus Brewing 4803 Airport Blvd
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    Join us for a fun-filled Happy Hour at Lazarus Brewing Co. on April 7th! Sip on handcrafted beers and enjoy delicious snacks, while getting to know your fellow members, NEW members and scholarship recipients. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to unwind and have a blast with a fantastic group of people. Let's cheers to good times and great company!

    • Friday, April 14, 2023
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Doubletree Hotel 1617 N. IH 35, Austin, TX 78702
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    Where Do My Feelings End and Theirs Begin? Using All of Our Countertransference to Understand and Guide Our Groups

    Dave Kaplowitz, LMFT, CGP

    Event Description

    Countertransference has been named and studied since Freud first identified the phenomenon. Much has been discussed and written about the topic including how group leaders respond to the powerful inductions that can occur. There is a broad range of opinions among group leaders about the importance of the emotions they experience in their work. 

    A willingness to feel is the gateway to metabolizing the difficult emotions that leaders encounter and to use those induced feelings constructively. This workshop will address how to identify emotions in ourselves and toward others, and how to use these emotions as leaders. We will examine how our own thoughts and feelings become entwined with those of our group members. There will be a mix of didactic and experiential learning including a demo group and a large group discussion.

    Workshop Objectives:

    The participant will be able to:

    1. Name the four core emotions.

    2. Explain the difference between emotions inside and those toward others.

    3. Identify common reasons for countertransference resistance.

    4. Describe three ways group leaders can use their emotions in the moment to formulate interventions.

    3 CEUs available for Social Workers, LPCs, LMFTs, and Psychologists

    About the presenter:

    Dave Kaplowitz is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Group Psychotherapist. He has a private practice in Austin where he works with individuals, couples, families, and groups helping people have more fulfilling lives. Dave is a Past-President of the Austin Group Psychotherapy Society and is a regular on the faculty of AGPA Connect. He is passionate about his continuing professional development and has completed the Weekend Training Program at the Center for Group Studies in New York City. He enjoys the relaxed pace of Texas Hill Country living as well as expressing his musical creativity through singing and playing guitar.

    • Friday, April 28, 2023
    • 2:00 PM
    • Saturday, April 29, 2023
    • 4:00 PM
    • Location provided upon registration
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    Registration Opens March 17

    Facilitated by: Kristen Wicke, LPC, CGP and Monrovia Van Hoose, LCSW, CGP

    Event Description:

    If you provide therapy to adolescents, or if you have considered serving this population but felt hesitant, this institute is for you. Teenagers in our community are experiencing a heightened incidence of mental health issues. Many factors contribute to the rise, including the pandemic, adverse effects of social media, backlash to expanding acceptance of diversity in gender and sexuality, proliferation of substance use, and social isolation.  In this institute, we will address the benefits and challenges of providing group therapy to teenagers, along with special concerns of which the clinician should be aware.  This training will have a brief didactic component, but the weekend will be a primarily experiential group process. Using the collective wisdom and experience of participants, we will work through common themes and issues when leading adolescent groups. At the end of the weekend we will debrief and have a question and answer session about the group process.   

    About the Presenters: 

    Monrovia specialized in tweens, teens, and young adults from 2007 – 2022. Through trial, error, and lots of training, she learned how to navigate parents, risky behaviors, and the wild, wonderful changes that facilitate the emergence from childhood into adult independence. She is now branching out into the role of trainer and teacher for therapists who feel called to work with this exhilarating cohort of humans.

    Kristen has been providing group therapy to adolescents since 2016.  She enjoys the blazing world of adolescence with all of its impulsiveness and vehement loving and hating.  She has pieced together an approach to working with teenagers in groups from regular consultation and trainings through the American Group Psychotherapy Association, Austin Group Psychotherapy Society and the Center for Group Studies. Noting the lack of specific training on working with adolescents in ongoing interpersonal process groups, Kristen seeks to fill this gap and inspire more therapists to start their own teen groups.

    What Are Group Institutes?

    Institutes are a highly experiential form of small group teaching led by experienced instructors. They are intended to develop therapy skills relevant to leading groups. They often offer a chance to explore a particular theme in greater depth or to experience a different theoretical approach. Institutes are primarily designed for mental health professionals who have clinical psychotherapy experience. While institutes are not therapy, they are process-oriented and it is expected that they may stir feelings spanning the whole range of human experience. Members agree to attend the entire group, to participate actively, and to respect the confidentiality of the other members. The secure environment of these small groups allows for rich cognitive and deep emotional learning about group process and oneself, not to mention a chance for personal and professional renewal.


    Friday April 28th 2:00-5:00 pm

    2:00 Introductions and opening remarks

    3:15 Break

    3:30 Process group

    5:00 End

    Saturday April 29th 9:00 am- 4:00 pm

    9:00 Opening exercise

    10:00 Break

    10:15 Process group

    11:45 Lunch break

    1:15 Process group

    2:45 Break

    3:00 Reflective discussion / Q&A

    3:45 Survey

    4:00 End


    Participants will be able to:

    1. Identify the developmental tasks of adolescence.

    2. Learn techniques for building rapport with teens and bridging between teens in group therapy.

    3. Discuss ways of communicating with parents – when to include them, when to set boundaries with them, how to manage triangulation and induction between parent(s), the client, and the clinician.

    4. Explore common transference and countertransference experiences when working with teens.

    5. Ethics – discuss ways to navigate risky behaviors, especially in regards to involving parents and/or breaking confidentiality.

    8 CEUs available for social workers, LPCs, LMFTs, and psychologists.

    • Friday, May 12, 2023
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • West Austin (Location disclosed to registrants only)
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    Save the Date!

    Friday Night Conversation: Exploring Clinical Retirement: The Good Goodbye

    Hosted by:  Lisa Mersky, LCSW, CGP

    Event Description  A personal account of Lisa Mersky's thoughts about preparing to retire from her clinical practice, and her experiences throughout and after retirement.

    Information about the Presenter Lisa Mersky retired December 2022 from a 37 year private practice of individual, group and couples psychotherapy in Austin, Texas. She was one of the founding members of AGPS. Her retirement goal is to get rid of her unwanted superpower of always knowing what time it is, and to detach from living by the clock. In the meantime, she is pursuing her creative interests of writing poetry and making mixed-media art, and trying to learn how not to be busy!

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Participants will evaluate where they are at in the developmental life span of their clinical practice.

    2. Participants will begin to formulate a framework of how to end a clinical practice.

    In person event. Location given at registration.

    Charge: There is no charge for this event.

Past events

Friday, January 13, 2023 AGPS Annual Business Meeting and Small Group Breakouts “Creating your Ideal Practice in an Evolving World"
Saturday, December 10, 2022 2022 Holiday Party!
Friday, December 02, 2022 Anti-racist Clinical Practice and Supervision
Friday, November 04, 2022 2022 Annual Conference: From Sensation to Relation - Applications of Somatic Experiencing in Group Psychotherapy
Friday, October 07, 2022 Fall Workshop: Oedipus in Most of Us: Wounded Parents and the Therapists They Raised
Saturday, September 17, 2022 Consultation smorgasbord: sample three different styles and discover what you want and need in consultation
Friday, August 05, 2022 Friday Night Conversation "Diversity: Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable"
Friday, July 29, 2022 Institute - The Integration of Mind, Body and Skin in Psychotherapy Groups
Sunday, April 24, 2022 What do I say?: Noticing and naming differences in group
Friday, April 08, 2022 Spring Workshop: Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD
Sunday, February 06, 2022 Diversity Dialogue: Women, Intersectionality, and Power in Group Psychotherapy Leadership - A Conversation with the Authors
Friday, January 14, 2022 AGPS Annual Business Meeting and Small Group Breakouts “‘Returning to the Office?: Practical, Ethical, and Emotional Considerations"
Sunday, December 12, 2021 Diversity Dialogue "Ulysses Syndrome: Working with Extreme Migratory Grief"
Saturday, December 04, 2021 2021 Holiday Party!
Friday, November 05, 2021 2021 Annual Conference: The Cultural Mother in Group Psychotherapy- Deepening Our Engagement with Difference in the Lives of Our Patients
Saturday, October 16, 2021 Institute: Co-Facilitation- How to Choose, How to Endure
Friday, September 17, 2021 Fall Workshop: Mind & Matter: Using Social Science to Facilitate Social Justice in Our Social Services
Saturday, September 11, 2021 Institute - Defense Against Intimacy
Saturday, June 26, 2021 Institute - Helping Every Group Client Grow: Working with Common Defense Strategies in Group Therapy (First Year Scholarship)
Friday, June 25, 2021 Friday Night Conversation "The Smallest Group: The couple, you...
Sunday, June 06, 2021 Diversity Dialogue: Gender Magic: Beyond the Binary in Group Therapy
Wednesday, June 02, 2021 Summer Book Club: When Nietzsche Wept: A Novel of Obsession (Virtual)
Saturday, May 29, 2021 Spring Workshop: Radically Open DBT and Disorders of Overcontrol
Friday, May 21, 2021 Friday Night Conversation: Open, Aware, Engaged
Friday, April 30, 2021 Spring Membership Party (Virtual)
Monday, September 14, 2020 Between Times Social Hour

Cancellation/Refund Policy:

Written cancellation notice must be emailed to at least 7 days prior to the event. After the deadline no refunds/credits are provided.

Speaker / topic Suggestions? 

Email our Events Chair.

AGPS General Event Descriptions


Workshops are part lesson and part experiential process. Presenters provide education on a topic and insight into how to use techniques in a group therapy setting. The experiential portion often includes a “fishbowl” where participants volunteer to be part of a demonstration group therapy process led by the presenter and observed by other attendees. Finally, participants have time to ask questions and provide observation of the group session.


The Diversity Dialogues are a conversation series intended to provide a safe space for mental health professionals to discuss critical topics in regards to race, culture, gender, age, ability, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, nationality, and religion in our community and around the world. Participants can heighten their awareness, become comfortable in engaging in intersectional dialogue, and utilize the understanding obtained to expand beyond cultural competency to the action of social justice.


Institutes are a highly experiential form of small group teaching led by an experienced leader intended to develop general therapy skills relevant to leading groups. These process-oriented groups are primarily designed for clinical professionals and often offer a chance to explore a particular theme in greater depth or to experience a different theoretical approach. The secure environment allows for rich cognitive and emotional learning about group process and oneself, as well as a chance for personal and professional renewal.


These evenings were born from a desire to connect in a more personal setting and discuss meaningful issues affecting our professional lives and identities. They are available to members every few months with varied topics and hosts.

Events 1992-2021

Apr 17, 2021 Institute Institute: Dual Relationships: Integrating the Personal and Professional John Cooper, MA, LPC, CGP; Kristen Wicke, MA, LPC, CGP
Apr 16, 2021 Friday Night Conversation Body Liberation: Queering Group Therapy + Healing through BDSM Ani Mirasol, LCSW
Mar 21, 2021 Diversity Dialogue Women in Leadership Lavanya Shankar, PhD
Jan 15, 2021 Annual Meeting Vibrant Online Groups and Therapist Fatigue Joseph Acosta, LPC, CGP interviewed by Scott Phillips, LMFT, CGP
Dec 5, 2020 Social Member Virtual Holiday Party Online
Nov 7, 2020 Conference Neuroscience and Racism: The Power of Groups for Overcoming Implicit Bias Alexis D. Abernethy, PhD, CGP, FAGPA
Oct 18, 2020 Diversity Dialogue Taking an Honest Look: Systemic Racism in the Mental Health Fields Stacy Spencer, LCSW, and Stacy Nakell, LCSW, CGP
Oct 9, 2020 Friday Night Conversation Full Cup, Full Practice: How to Stay Fueled and Effective During a Pandemic Alyson Stone, PhD, CGP, and Pierre Choucroun, PhD, LPC-S, CGP
Oct 3, 2020 Institute Institue: The Therapist’s Resistance to Group: You Mean I’m Not the Only One? Anna Graybeal, PhD, CGP, SEP; Rhea Pledger, MA, LPC, CGP
Sep 25, 2020 Workshop Exploring the Hidden Costs of Microaggressions In Group Lavanya Shankar, PhD & Stacy Nakell, LCSW, CGP (With: Stacy Spencer, LCSW-S, Neathery Thurmond, LCSW-S, CGP, & Aaron Bandy, NBCT, LMSW)
Aug 28, 2020 Friday Night Conversation From Fragility to Stability Ani Mirasol, LCSW
Aug 7, 2020 Friday Night Conversation Friday Night Conversation: Rituals through Loss and Death Pam Greenstone, MA, LPC
Jul 11, 2020 Institute Institute - "Vulnerability & The Group Therapist: The Pain of Imperfection" Patricia Florence, MA, LCSW, CGP
Jun 12, 2020 event Silent Memorial: Joining in Grief Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Committee
Apr 25, 2020 Social Virtual Membership Party Online
Apr 19, 2020 Diversity Dialogue Class, Money, and Privilege Aaron Bandy, LMSW
Apr 17, 2020 Social Spring Membership Party Amelia Canally
Apr 3, 2020 Friday Night Conversation What Does It Mean To Be a Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP) and How Do I Get There? Deborah Sharp
Mar 27, 2020 Friday Night Conversation The Therapeutic Frame: Holding It, Breaking It, Loving and Hating It Alyson M Stone, PhD, CGP & Pierre Choucroun, PhD, LPC-S, CGP
Mar 15, 2020 event Discussion Forum: Practicing Psychotherapy Amidst COVID-19 Scott Phillips and Pam Greenstone
Feb 11, 2020 Social New Member and Scholarship Recipient Happy Hour Kristen WIcke
Feb 7, 2020 Workshop Panel: Women Group Leaders and Aggression: Our Stories, Our Challenges, and Our Growth (A Workshop for Everyone on the Gender Continuum and for Anyone Interested in Ethical Considerations) Jan Morris, Ramona Aarsvold, Jeanne Bunker, Barbara E. Davis, Ani Mirasol, Stacy Nakell, Patty Olwell, Lavanya Shankar, Alyson Stone
Jan 19, 2020 Diversity Dialogue The Gender Spectrum in Group Therapy Neathery Thurmond, LCSW-S, CGP
Jan 17, 2020 Annual Meeting How We Talk About the Power and Value of Group Scott Phillips, LMFT, CGP (Moderator) Katie Griffin, FAGPA, CGP, LPC, Jeffrey S. Hudson, M.Ed., LPC, CGP, FAGPA, Randy Frasier, PhD, Tammy Brown, LCSW, CGP
Jan 11, 2020 Institute Sexuality, Hate, Shame and Abandonment: The Family We Wish We Had and the Group We Can Have Jordan Price, LCSW, CGP
Dec 7, 2019 Social Holiday Party Amelia Canally
Nov 15, 2019 Conference The Integrated Group Leader: Mindful Leadership Using Internal Family Systems and Modern Group Therapy Yoon Im Kane, LCSW, CGP
Oct 18, 2019 Institute Yes, And: Building Group Therapist Spontaneity, Flexibility and Presence Through Improv Gianna Viola, LCSW-S, CGP, and Amelia Canally, LCSW, CGP
Oct 13, 2019 Diversity Dialogue Resistance to Discussing Issues of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Ani Mirasol, LCSW
Oct 11, 2019 Friday Night Conversation Something Must Be Wrong - My Group Feels Like My Mother! Stacy Watkins, M.Ed, LPC, CGP
Sep 7, 2019 Institute Helping Every Group Client Grow: Working with Common Defense Strategies in Group Pierre Choucroun, PhD, LPC-S, CGP
Aug 25, 2019 Diversity Dialogue Religion Stacy Spencer, LCSW
Jul 13, 2019 Institute Exploring the Multidimensional Aspects of Group: Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Group as a Whole and Co-leader Dynamics in Group Deborah Sharp, LCSW, CGP and Ryan Spencer, LMFT, CGP
Jun 21, 2019 Friday Night Conversation Here There Be Dragons: Internal Barriers to Growing Big Professionally (Second Offerinng) Laura Ebady, PsyD, CGP
Apr 26, 2019 Workshop Our Emotional Resistance to Climate Change Anna Graybeal, PhD, CGP, SEP
Apr 12, 2019 Social Spring Membership Party Amelia Canally
Apr 7, 2019 Diversity Dialogue Intersectionality in Groups: Finding Words for the Deepest Vulnerabilities Lavanya Shankar, Ph.D.
Mar 29, 2019 Friday Night Conversation Here There Be Dragons: Internal Barriers to Growing Big Professionally Laura Ebady, PsyD, CGP
Feb 8, 2019 Workshop Blending Modern Analytic and DBT in Group DeLinda Spain, LCSW, CGP, CEDS
Feb 1, 2019 Institute Early Longing, Emotional Engagement and Sexual Desire Katie Griffin, LPC, CGP, FAGPA and Joseph Acosta, LPC, CGP, FAGPA
Jan 20, 2019 Diversity Dialogue Every BODY in Group: Creating a More Inclusive Space for All Bodies Neathery Thurmond, LCSW, CGP
Jan 18, 2019 Annual Meeting How we got here and where we’re going: A Panel of Presidents Deborah Sharp (Moderator), Sue Marriott, Jev Sikes, Patricia Tollison, Pam Greenstone, and Dave Kaplowitz
Dec 7, 2018 Institute Starting a Group: Developing Your Own Group Contract Dave Kaplowitz, LMFT, CGP and Michelle Bohls, LMFT, CGP
Dec 1, 2018 Social AGPS Member Holiday Party 2018 Amelia Canally
Nov 30, 2018 Friday Night Conversation Make Group Great Again: Politics and Group Therapy Ryan Spencer, LMFT, CGP & Stacy Spencer, LCSW
Nov 9, 2018 Conference Cultivating the Internal Secure Base in Group Psychotherapy Aaron E. Black, Ph.D., CGP
Oct 14, 2018 Diversity Dialogue The Fluidity of Desire in Group Anni Marisol (for Dylan Davies)
Sep 14, 2018 Friday Night Conversation I’d Rather Go Out for Tacos: Our Resistance to Talking about Climate Change Anna Graybeal, PhD, CGP, SEP
Sep 8, 2018 Institute Using Modern Attachment Theory in Groups: Integrating Affective Neuroscience, the Spectrum of Attachment and Developmental Psychology Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP
Aug 19, 2018 Diversity Dialogue Setting Down Roots: Group Therapists Reflect on Immigration Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Committee
Jun 15, 2018 Friday Night Conversation The CGP: Certification as a Group Psychotherapist. Now or Later? Deborah Sharp
Apr 28, 2018 Social Spring Membership Party Deborah Sharp
Apr 22, 2018 Diversity Dialogue Age in Groups: More than Just a Number? Stacy Nakell, LCSW
Apr 20, 2018 Workshop Entering The Early Unknown: Sensing When To Speak And Be Silent As A Group Leader Jordan Price, LCSW, CGP and Angelo A. Ciliberti, LPC, LAC, CGP
Apr 7, 2018 Institute Receiving In Group Charlotte Howard
Apr 6, 2018 Friday Night Conversation When To Speak And When To Be Silent As A Group Leader Dave Kaplowitz
Feb 28, 2018 Social Austin Happy Hour at AGPA AGPS Board
Jan 27, 2018 Institute Tuning In to the Language of the Body in Group Therapy Barbara Davis
Jan 21, 2018 Diversity Dialogue Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack: Navigating Systems of Power and Privilege Ani Marisol
Jan 19, 2018 Annual Meeting Beyond the Binary: Exploring Gender and Gender Identity in Groups
Deborah Sharp, LCSW, CGP (Moderator), Pam Greenstone, LPC, Paula Buls, LCSW, Anne Marie Jennings, LCSW, Derek Leighton, LMFT, LPC, CGP
Dec 2, 2017 Social AGPS Member Holiday Party Gianna Viola
Nov 11, 2017 Institute Dependency and Counter-Dependency in Group Jev Sikes, PhD
Nov 10, 2017 Friday Night Conversation Sex in Group: How to Have More of It Patty Olwell, LPC with Scott Phillips LFMT
Oct 22, 2017 event Clinical Consultation with Molyn Leszcz MD, FRCPC,CGP, DFAGPA Molyn Leszcz MD, FRCPC,CGP, DFAGPA
Oct 20, 2017 Conference Developing and Sustaining Successful Group Leadership Practices Molyn Leszcz MD, FRCPC,CGP, DFAGPA
Sep 29, 2017 Friday Night Conversation Boundaries: Know when to hold 'em, when to fold 'em Monrovia Van Hoose
Sep 24, 2017 Diversity Dialogue Viewing of the movie "13th" & Discussion Group Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Committee
Sep 9, 2017 Institute Working with Resistance in Group (Intermediate and New Professionals) Jay Erwin-Grotsky, LCSW, CGP, FAGPA
Jun 23, 2017 Friday Night Conversation White Privilege, Reaching Out, Diversity, & AGPS John Cooper
May 19, 2017 Workshop Finding Words for Our Neurobiological Responses: Establishing the Foundations of Emotional Connection in Group Joseph Acosta
Apr 1, 2017 Fundraiser Mardi Gras Casino Night - Scholarship Fundraiser AGPS Development Committee
Mar 8, 2017 Social Austin Happy Hour at AGPA AGPS Board
Feb 18, 2017 Institute On The Fringe: Working With Feelings of Being an Outsider in Group (Intermediate) Patricia Florence LCSW, CGP
Feb 11, 2017 Social Spring Membership Party Gianna Viola
Jan 20, 2017 Annual Meeting Boundaries, Distance, & Connection: The Impact of Technology on Group AGPS members Dave Kaplowitz, LMFT, CGP (moderator), Blake Davis, LCSW, Jan Morris, PhD, CGP, Stacy Nakell, LCSW, CGP, and Amiel Romain, LPC
Dec 2, 2016 Institute Starting a Group: Putting the Pieces Together (Student and New Professional) Dave Kaplowitz, LMFT, CGP & Michelle Bohls, LMFT, CGP
Nov 6, 2016 event Sunday Consultation with Christine Schmidt and Rudy Lucas (Fall Conference) Christine Schmidt and Rudy Lucas
Nov 5, 2016 Conference The Relational and Ethical Dilemma of Race: VISIBLE to one and invisible to the other Christine Schmidt and Rudy Lucas
Oct 7, 2016 Workshop Invasion of the Body-Snatchers: When Your Group Members Take Over Your Psyche Jeanne Bunker and DeLinda Spain
Sep 30, 2016 Friday Night Conversation Considering Our Evolving Social Class: Reflections on the Impact of Income and Power on the Subtleties of How We Practice Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP and Patricia Florence LCSW, CGP
Jul 23, 2016 Institute Moving into Relationship: Rediscovering Body Sense (Intermediate) Patricia Tollison, PhD
May 20, 2016 Workshop Manifestations of Preverbal Trauma in Group Kathleen Adams, PhD
May 7, 2016 Institute Exploring the Erotic in Group (Advanced) Nancy Kelly, PhD
Apr 10, 2016 event Sunday Consultation: Three Key Ways Groups Connect Greg MacColl, LCSW, CGP, FAGPA
Apr 9, 2016 Conference Three Key Ways Groups Connect Greg MacColl, LCSW, CGP, FAGPA
Apr 2, 2016 Institute What Are We Doing In There? A Modern Analytic Approach to Therapy
(Students and New Professionals)
Jordan Price, LCSW, CGP
Jan 29, 2016 Annual Meeting What Makes Group Work? Three Theoretical Orientations (Modern, DBT, and SCT) Michelle Bohls (Moderator), DeLinda Spain, Amy Brent, and Rick Campos
Oct 24 - 25, 2015 Institute The Power of “Yes”: Welcoming the Full Emotional Range Alyson Stone
Nov 13, 2015 Workshop Greed, Vulnerability, Deprivation, Shame & Envy: Let’s talk about Money in Group Dave Kaplowitz, LMFT, CGP & Michelle Bohls, LMFT, CGP
Nov 7, 2015 Social Fall Party
Oct 17, 2015 Conference Challenging Topics in Group Psychotherapy: Money and Difficult Patients Jerome Gans, MD
Sep 18, 2015 Friday Night Conversation The Use of Self as the Group Leader Tammy Brown
2015 Conference Men and Women Who Fall: The Management of Shame in Groups Paul Kaye
2015 Workshop O Brother Where Art Thou Lois Graham
2015 Institute Mind Moment: Integrating Mindful Awareness into the Work of the Group Gaea Logan
2015 Friday Night Conversation The Use of Self as the Group Leader Tammy Brown
2014 Conference Lacanian Desire in Group Scott Conkright
2014 Conference Sexual in Group Douglas Braun-Harvey
2014 Workshop Preverbal to Verbal: Body Language & Attachment Jan Morris
2014 Workshop Creativity and the Depression Group Tammy Brown
2014 Institute Identifying & Embracing Unlovable Affect States Glenn Olds, Zach Bryant
2014 Institute Competition in Groups: Envy-Intimacy Laura Ebady, Allen Lambert
2014 Friday Night Conversation Help Them Stay or Help Them Leave? Gerry Lowe
2014 Friday Night Conversation Diversity Lisa Means
2013 Conference Belonging as a Healing Factor in Group Scott Rutan
2013 Conference Working with Resistance, Refusal, and Rebellion Richard Billow
2013 Workshop Strategies for Self Regulation Gaea Logan, Patricia Tollison
2013 Workshop Addiction as Attach Disorder Phil Flores
2013 Institute DBT and Modern Analytic in Group DeLinda Spain
2013 Friday Night Conversation Resistance, Rebellion, Refusal Lisa Means
2013 Friday Night Conversation Website Dave Kaplowitz, Allen Lambert
2012 Conference Therapist Role in Containing Aggression in Group Lena Furgeri
2012 Conference Jungian Analytic Approaches to Group Justin Hecht
2012 Workshop Attachment in Group Candyce Ossefort-Russell
2012 Workshop Body Oriented Approaches in Group Barbara Davis- Kelly Inselman
2012 Institute Intimacy & Immediacy in the Modern Analytic Group, Jan Morris
2012 Institute Embracing Experience in Group: Our Patients, Ourselves, Phyllis & Roy Clymer
2012 Friday Night Conversation Real & Transferential Rships in the Evolution Group Tori Olds, Glenn Olds
2011 Conference Group Process, Leader, & Group: Intersubjectivity Sara Emerson
2011 Conference Coming Alive in Group Mary Susillo
2011 Workshop Nonverbal Comm in Group Stacy Nakell
2011 Workshop How Religion & R Trauma Affects Th. & Ct. Alyson Stone
2011 Institute Interpersonal Group Process Jev Sikes
2011 Friday Night Conversation Bearing Witness & Healing Trauma Gaea Logan
2010 Conference When Love Fails for LGBT Clients Joel Frost
2010 Conference Using Whole Self as a Group Therapist Jerome Gans
2010 Workshop Bisexual Identity Development in Group Katie Griffin
2010 Workshop Humor in Group: A Laughing Matter? Jay Erwin-Grotsky
2010 Workshop Emotional Communication in Group Joseph Acosta
2010 Institute Expanding Emotional Range in Group: Leader Receptivity Jeff Hudson
2008 Conference The Evocative Object: Imagination, Play, Creativity in Group Lise Motherwell
2008 Workshop Exploring Artistic & Creative Energy in Group Albin, Davis, Graham, Mersky, Morris, Murphy, Shea
2008 Workshop The Over-Functioning Therapists: Narcissistic Injury to Sustainable Self Care Delinda Fox & Jeanne Bunker
2007 Conference Object Relations, Spiral Groups & Other Strange Things Cecil Rice
2007 Workshop Co-Leading Groups Jeanne Bunker, Jay Erwin-Grotsky
2007 Workshop Preserving Emotional Health of the Leader Jan Morris
2006 Conference Self-Psychological Intersubjective Approach Marty Livingston
2006 Conference Group Therapy as Awareness Practice Robert Unger
2006 Workshop Countertransference in the Body Barbara Davis
2005 Conference Integrating Interpersonal & Existential Approaches Molyn Leszcz
2005 Conference Managing Love & Hate in Groups Ronnie Levine
2005 Workshop Nonverbal Interaction in Groups
2005 Workshop Leader's Need to be Liked Jeff Hudson, Andrea Pully
2004 Conference Exploring Unspoken Desires Douglas Braun-Harvey
2004 Conference Women in Group and Women's Groups Lucy Holmes
2004 Institute Ethical Considerations Lisa Mersky, Melba Vasquez
2004 Friday Night Conversation The Therapist's Not so Secret Life Kimberly Judd
2003 Workshop Deconstructing the Difficult Group: Transference
2003 Workshop Intimacy & Sexuality in the Life of the Group
2002 Conference Passion & Love in Group, Allan Elfant
2002 Conference Addiction as an Attachment Disorder Phillip Flores
2002 Workshop Ethical Cosiderations in Group
Oct 13, 2001 Conference Do you Know Where Your Group is? Whole Group Dynamics Mark Ettin
Apr 28, 2001 Conference Working within the Immediacy of the Group Elliot Zeisel
Nov 2, 2001 Workshop Ethical Considerations in Group Lisa Mersky, David Cramer, Melba Vasquez
2001 Workshop Money Matters in Group: Ethics, Envy, & Aggression
2001 event Mindfulness and Immediacy: A Psycho-Spiritual Retreat Gaea Logan
Mar 23, 2001 Friday Night Conversation Issues of Loneliness for the Group Leader Bob Murphy
May 11, 2001 Friday Night Conversation Immediacy in Group Therapy Mac Hruska
Jan 19, 2001 Annual Meeting Annual Meeting
Nov 11, 2000 Conference Unconcious Communication in Group David Altfeld
Mar 25, 2000 Conference Fostering Regression: Leader Takes Charge Stewart Aledort
Oct 21, 2000 Social Annual Party Gaea Logan
Oct 27, 2000 Friday Night Conversation Hosted by Patricia Tollison Patricia Tollison
Nov 3, 2000 Workshop Core Concepts of Modern Analytic Group Psychotherapy Jan Morris
Apr 28, 2000 Friday Night Conversation Hosted by Lois Graham Lois Graham
Aug 25, 2000 Friday Night Conversation Hosted by Jeff Hudson Jeff Hudson
1999 Conference Shame: The Hidden Emotion in Groups Samuel James
1998 Conference Love & Hate in Groups Anne Alonso
1997 Conference Couples Groups: What Works Judith Coche
1997 Conference Healing & Destructive Forces in Group Scott Rutan
1997 Friday Night Conversation The New Group Patti Cox
1997 Friday Night Conversation Dealing w/Destructive Forces in Group Jeff Hudson
1996 Conference Using Object Realtions in Group & Working w/Anger Bonnie Buchele
1995 Conference Managing Multiple Views: An Integrative Approach David Hawkins
1995 Conference Working with the Difficult Patient in Group Bennett Roth
1994 Conference Defense Mechanisms & Their Resolution Louis Ormont
1994 Conference Dilemmas in Group Marsha Vanicelli
1993 Conference Anger & Hostility in Group & Money Issues Jerome Gans
1993 Conference Dynamic Context of Inpatient Group Therapy Howard Kibel
1992 Conference Countertransference Revisited Scott Rutan

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