Center for the Study of Group Psychotherapy (CSGP) presents a new workshop:
Learn about Yourself and Learn about EBT Group Therapy
Live Demonstration Training group to learn key concepts of leading successful EBT psychotherapy groups.
Saturday Feb 22, 2020 3 CE credits for psychologists, MFT’s, LPCCs
$40 donation to CSGP, a non-profit organization
$25 pre-licensed/supervised intern rate
Training Certificates available for all attendees.
Mountain View, CA
Eight spaces available.
For licensed and supervised mental health professionals only
Workshop presenter: Nancy Wesson, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist, Certified Group Psychotherapist. Fellow of the American Group Psychotherapy Association with 30 years of group psychotherapy training by Irvin Yalom, M.D. and advanced members of the American Group Psychotherapy (AGPA) and 30 years experience leading psychotherapy groups.
Click here to see the workshop syllabus
CSGP Mission Statement:
The Center for the Study of Group Psychotherapy (CSGP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting group psychotherapy and providing group psychotherapy training for mental health professionals.
Who We Are:
CSGP is dedicated to promoting group therapy and offering educational activities for mental health professionals for CE credits. We are also a nonprofit organization which offers support to group therapists. CSGP promotes group therapy by reaching out to all mental health professionals through our website, our events, and our educational activities.
What We Offer:
CSGP offers CE-eligible (BBS/BOP) training on developing and increasing leadership skills in therapy groups, as well as providing training/education on handling challenging clinical dilemmas in group therapy. Our trainings are applicable to many different types of groups, including psychoeducational, process, and professionally led support groups and to a multitude of settings including private practice, agency, medical settings, and other organizations. Our educational activities allow professionals to learn techniques and methods essential to running effective groups.