Sunday, May 17, 2020 at 10:30 AM EDT
Sunday, June 7, 2020 at 11:30 AM EDT

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This is an online event. 

ACAP and BGSPNJ online for all our programs, courses, and services! We were ready to transition from onsite to online in a matter of hours!    www.acapnj.org and nj.bgsp.edu


Lori Feigenbaum 


What participants said about Session I:

Thank you for helping foster my growth and development both as an analyst and
as a person. I wouldn’t miss next group.

It’s tough transitioning to Telehealth, listening to everyone’s fears and anxieties at the same time. Looking forward to next group!

So good to be with you and sharing with the group. Felt paradoxically close while Zooming in from all over the country.

Just being together matters. We also take away so much to use in practice.

I am using Zoom now with more confidence, with clients for assessments and reaching out to patients in crisis. The resources you’re sharing can only improve the work you’re already inspiring.

"Getting Comfortable Doing Teletherapy:  
  The Therapist's Perspective"

Patricia Harte Bratt, PhD  and Mary Massaro, PsyaD


We will continue opening sections as needed during COVID19.




Sunday, May 17, 24, and June 7, 2020*
from 10:30 – 11:30am



*Note new dates.

                     ZOOM FATIGUE......come zoom with us

CE certificates are available for the full series (3 CE hours) upon request, for $30 admin fee. Please indicate request when registering.

Looking for a bright spot in days of uncertainty and stress? Those who work or live with individuals experiencing overwhelming life situations or traumatic events, simply by listening can have a positive impact. But who is to care for the listeners?

ACAP, in Livingston, NJ is ready to help during times of crisis. As part of our commitment to community service ACAP/BGSP-NJ offers no-cost online, video support groups for the community and professions via ZOOM. Learn more about us at www.acapnj.org and nj.bgsp.edu

Different issues will be discussed at each meeting, reviews of challenging teletherapy cases, and much group interaction.                                                                                                       

The three themes addressed:

  1. The mechanics, art, and legalities of Teletherapy,
  2. Clinical issues arising in conducting Teletherapy.
  3.  The impact on clinicians working in this modality.

Register for the support groups through this email.
You can also call Lori at 973-629-1002 or email events@acapnj.org.

Let friends know our sliding scale, mental health center, NJCC, is available for telehealth services during COVID19. Call 973-629-1004 or email events@acapnj.org to arrange an online consultation.