Saturday, March 20, 2021 at 8:30 AM EDT
Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 1:30 PM EDT

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Liz Marsh and Shemika Brooks 


Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society
2021 Spring Conference

What's PROCESS Got to Do With It?
 An Exploration of Leadership in Therapy and Training Groups

Guest Presenters: 
Karen Eberwein, PsyD., CGP
Victoria Lee, PhD., CGP
Farooq Mohyuddin, MD, CGP, FAPA, FAGPA
Lorraine Wodiska, PhD., CGP, ABPP, FAGPA 

9 Hours CEU

Thank you for your interest in What's Process Got to Do with It?  An Exploration of Leadership in Therapy and Training Groups, a unique MAGPS conference experience where we invite YOU to lead, teach, and learn. 

Mid Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society (MAGPS) conferences, other group therapy training organizations, internship and residency programs often require mental health professionals to participate in Process Group Experiences (PGEs) for the purpose of learning group techniques and gaining a better understanding of self and group dynamics. 

Opportunities to learn how to and actually lead process groups for training purposes are rare.  As  you complete your registration, we would like to invite YOU to be a Small Group Leader (SGL) during the weekend conference.  In addition to offering didactics related to how to lead a process group for a training experience, YOU (and your colleagues) will have the chance to teach and learn by leading a PGE. 

To be an SGL and lead a 60-minute process group session, check YES on the registration form.  Immediately following your experience, a 15-minute debriefing and feedback session will occur.  Experienced Small Group Consultants will be present to observe, guide group leaders during the PGEs (if needed), and facilitate the feedback session

Learning Objectivies

1.     Discuss the reasons it is important to have training specific to Process Group Experience

2.      List major differences between a Process Group Experience and a therapy group

3.      Discuss key skills when leading a Process Group Experience

4.      Identify challenges to Process Group Experience leadership

5.      Describe unique considerations relevant to a Process Group Experience Leader

6.      Define how identity, intersectionality, and social justice impact your leadership in Process Group