THE ETHICS OF MANAGING SUICIDAL CLIENTS FOR GROUP THERAPISTS
In this virtual workshop, Dr. Tony Sheppard will explore the ethical implication of working with suicidal clients in group settings, as well as present different models of addressing suicidal members. Participants will learn the basics of ethical suicide prevention. 3 Ethics CE credits available.
ROLL FOR WELLNESS 101: USING ROLE-PLAYING GAMES ACROSS GROUP THERAPY SETTINGS
In this virtual workshop, Dr. Jacob Glickman will highlight the ways that group therapists can take their clinical knowledge and apply it to the world of role-playing, as well as share about the therapeutic potential that such games can offer clients in all settings. 3.75 CE credits are available.
THE ETHICAL DUTY OF CARE AND THE UNTHINKABLE: PREPARING FOR RUPTURES IN YOUR PRACTICE DUE TO IMPAIRMENT OR DEATH
In this virtual workshop, Sylvia Brown, LCSW, JD presents critical information about ethically preparing your practice for both the unexpected and the inevitable. She will cover the topic of professional wills, as well as other necessary strategies to consider. 3 Ethics CE credits are available.
CONTEMPORARY GROUP THERAPY IN A (HOPEFULLY) POST PANDEMIC WORLD
The American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Pennsylvania Chapter (APNA-PA) and the Philadelphia Area Group Psychotherapy Society (PAGPS) invite the group psychotherapy community for a joint conference scheduled for April 30, 2022 - May 1, 2022 at Widener University.
IN-PERSON HOLIDAY EVENT: CONDUCTING ONLINE GROUPS WITH ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS DURING THE PANDEMIC
We are finally able to come together as a professional community again in person. Please join us for an afternoon of socializing, networking, and sharing food and refreshments at the home of our gracious board member Tom Hurster in his heated, outdoor space. 1 CE credit is available.
MINDFUL FACILITATION SKILLS FOR ETHICALLY ENGAGING RACE & OTHER MARGINALIZED IDENTITIES
This workshop will bridge the gap between mere cultural awareness and cross-cultural engagement skills. Participants will gain a skill set to apply the ethical principles which call for us to bridge barriers in exploring experiences of marginalized identities. 3 Ethics CE credits are available.
A Circle of Minds: Mentalization-Based Group Psychotherapy
PRESENTERS: VIRGINIA BRABENDER, PHD AND APRIL FALLON, PHD
Finding Each Other in a Crowded Room: Using Internal Family Systems (IFS) in Group Psychotherapy
This workshop will illustrate how the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model helps to facilitate deeply authentic healing connections in group.
Using the Voice for Embodied Healing
This workshop will combine group experientials, music therapy theory, and case examples to provide participants with an embodied glimpse into their own voice, and creative interventions that can be used in therapeutic settings.
Online Group Psychotherapy: Ethical and Legal Issues
The omnipresence of technology has made group psychotherapists vulnerable to inadvertent boundary crossings, ethical breaches, and legal quandaries. We will discuss the issues we need to be aware of, as well as ways to address these concerns.
In the 'Doing', You Get To Know 'How': Race, Racism, & Racial Themes in Individual & Group Psychotherapy
This racial literacy consultation workshop will facilitate dialogue about race and racism among clinicians, and strengthen their capacities to understand and respond to racial dynamics in group settings.
PUTTING YOUR SKIN IN THE GAME: BRAVE CONVERSATIONS ABOUT RACE AND INTERNALIZED RACISM - 5CEs
This full-day racial literacy workshop will facilitate intergenerational dialogue about race and racism among educators and practitioners and strengthen their capacity to understand and respond to racial dynamics in their professional settings. 5 CE credits are available.