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AGPA Teleconference - Difficult Moments in Group Psychotherapy: Looking Through the Lens of Different Theoretical Paradigms
Date: Sunday, June 4, 2017 As part of AGPA's 75th Anniversary celebration, the Distance Learning Task Force is sponsoring a three-part series, pairing seasoned therapists with known theoretical models of group psychotherapy and early career professionals. Katie Steele will serve as the moderator of this series. Invited early career professionals (Misha Bogomaz and Britt Raphling) will present clinical vignettes of difficult moments in their group work to a panel of three group therapists with diverse clinical perspectives. This presentation will feature the Attachment (Philip Flores), Developmental (Morris Nitsun) and Relational (Richard Billow) Conceptual Models.
This teleconference is complimentary for AGPA Members.
Time: 1:00-2:30 pm (Eastern); 12:00-1:30 pm (Central); 11:00 am-12:30 pm (Mountain); 10:00-11:30 am (Pacific)
For details and to register, log in and visit the AGPA Online CE Center. This teleconference will be conducted via Zoom, which allows for both audio and video participation. Due to the format, registration will close Friday, June 2 at 4:00 PM (Eastern). Registration for this teleconference is limited and may close early if maximum capacity is reached.
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Attachment in Group Therapy - Guest Editor, Dr. Cheri Marmarosh
The April 2017 issue of the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy is available online! This is a special issue devoted to Attachment in Group Therapy.
AGPA members receive online access to the Journal as a benefit of their membership, to access log on to the AGPA members only website using your username and password. If you are not a member of AGPA, you can order the Journal directly from Taylor & Francis.
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