The Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy announces
An Online June 13th NSGP Community Day
9 – 10:30 am: Community Meeting with Pres. Ann Koplow, LICSW, CGP
10:45 am – 12:15 pm: Annual Business Meeting
(includes reports, appreciations, and music)
Join Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84712625337
12:15 – 1 pm: Lunch on your own
1 pm – 5:30 pm: Special Afternoon Event
Free and For NSGP Members Only
From Isolation to Connection:
Making space for ourselves in the 14th week of social distancing
1-1:25 pm – Opening Address by Dr. Jerry Gans MD, DLFAGPA, DLFAPA
Getting the Most Out of Your Group Experience:
Some Personal Reflections
1:30 – 4:30 pm - Seven online mixed-level psychodynamic process groups
Groups run 3 hours and are limited to 8 members
1. “Our Groups and Ourselves in Time-Out: Uncertainty and Opportunity”
Steffen Fuller, Ph.D., CGP.
2. "Reality, Transference and Countertransference in the Time of Covid-19."
Jerry Gans, MD, DLFAGPA, DLFAPA
3. “Love in the Time of Covid”
R. Tracy MacNab, Ph.D., FAGPA
4. “Restoring Hope in a Time of Uncertainty”
Oona Metz, LICSW, CGP, FAGPA
5. “Leading Therapy Groups on Zoom: what are we learning?"
Adam Silk, MD, CGP
6. “Deepening Connection in the Here and Now”
Annie Weiss, LICSW, CGP, FAGPA
7. “Exploring authenticity in times of crisis: a mixed-level psychodynamic process group”
Kurt L. White, MSW, LICSW, LADC, CGP, MAC, FAGPA
4:45 - 5:30 pm - Post-Group Panel Discussion
led by Dr. Scott Rutan Ph.D, DFAGPA
Differences and Similarities: Online VS Personal Group
Registration for the afternoon group event is open now.
Ann Keren Neeman Kantor Psy.D. LICSW firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Glazier LICSW CGP email@example.com
June 13th Ad Hoc Task Force
Afternoon Learning Objectives:
1. Participants will be able to describe significant boundary differences that psychodynamic group therapists ought to observe when providing psychodynamic group therapy online
2. Participants will be able to describe from experience the advantages and disadvantages for psychodynamic group work online as compared to in-person.
3. Participants will be able to recognizance the strengths and limitations of diverse leadership styles for conducting on-line psychodynamic process groups.
4. Participants will be able to describe and discuss how group-process is affected by external reality events such as the Covid-19 pandemic by using varied psychodynamic concepts (including parallel process, counter-transference, resistance, group roles and stages of the grief and loss process).
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