This is a group for therapists who are interested in humanistic/experiential approaches i.e., Person-Centered, Gestalt, Focusing, and especially the empirically-supported integration of these approaches: Emotion-Focused Therapy. Come together in mutual support as you learn, build your careers, and gain confidence in your ability to be truly helpful to your clients.
In two-hour meetings, members will:
- Formulate and present cases, using video whenever possible.
- Observe supervisor demonstration of interventions.
- Work through difficulties, blocks, and anxieties in clinical work.
- Grow personally and professionally in a supportive atmosphere.
Who: Psychotherapists interested in experiential work.
Where: 95 High Street, Portland, ME
When: The Winter session will consists of 8 meetings on Wednesdays from 10:30am to 12:30pm on the following dates:
- January 8, 22
- February 12, 26
- March 11, 25
- April 15, 29
Cost: The total is $320, or $40/meeting for eight 2-hour meetings.
Please note that members pay for all 8 meetings whether they are able to attend all meetings or not. Fall group members have first priority in joining the Winter (January – April) group.
Participants are encouraged to purchase the book Learning Emotion-Focused Therapy.
Minimum of 5, maximum of 7 participants.
For more information, please contact Tom Kubasik, LCPC: (207) 699-4979.
To register, please enter your name and email below. After you have submitted your registration, you will be invoiced via Square for the cost of the supervision. If you need to pay in installments, please make arrangements with the supervisor.