Practice Development

                    ...because your practice matters!

Each year, the NSGP Practice Development Committee offers ongoing, informal gatherings in order to  educate our community of clinicians and to provide up to date information on all things that affect our practice.  Our short format programs are cost effective and don’t interfere with work or play.  They are a great way to connect with other clinicians and learn from local experts.  Our events are open to NSGP members and non-members.  We encourage all who are interested in growing a healthy and successful practice to attend.  We look forward to seeing you at our next event.

Upcoming Practice Development Events

Please note our January Event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date.

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March 2019: Stealth Self-Care in the Therapeutic Hour with Doug Baker, LICSW

3-5 pm Sunday, March 10

Lexington/Woburn line (location will be sent to paid registrants)

Limited to 15 participants        REGISTER TODAY!

Simple practices drawn from mindfulness and yoga can be leveraged by clinicians as a self-care toolbox on the both the cognitive and somatic levels. This didactic and experiential workshop teaches research based interventions that help build resilience, reduce stress, cultivate well-being and increase relationship satisfaction. The focus is on practices that are simple to learn and invisibly deployed in the therapeutic hour. No previous mindfulness or yoga experience needed.

NSGP Members $45

Non Members $35


COME BACK SOON TO REGISTER FOR UPCOMING EVENTS!

Previous Practice Development Events

October 2018    Update your professional photo!

May 2018           Building a Multicultural and Reflective Practice

March 2018       The Exploding Psychiatric Pharmacopoeia 

 

January 2018    Working Effectively with Transgender and Non-Binary Clients

October 2017    Theory to Practice:  Incorporating Telemental Health into your Practice

January 2017     Understanding and Talking about Evidence-Based Therapy

October 2016    Making Workshops Great Again: Find Your Sentence and Kill Your Darlings




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