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PACIFIC REGION:

  • Arizona (AZ)
  • California (CA)
  • Hawaii (HI)
  • Nevada (NV)

Regional Chair: Daphyne Brown ddkbm@aol.com

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                 December 13 - AAPC WEBINAR (Please note change of date)

                  GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY IN PASTORAL COUNSELING


A new Webinar in the series, produced by the Pacific Region of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, featuring leading practitioners in fields that are germane to our practices.

This Webinar will focus on four questions:

WHAT IS GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY?

HOW DOES GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY WORK?

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY?

HOW CAN WE INTEGRATE GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY IN OUR PASTORAL COUNSELING or PASTORAL CARE?

Groups are ideally suited to people who are struggling with relationship issues like intimacy, trust, self-esteem. The group interactions help the participants to identify, get feedback, and change the patterns that are sabotaging the relations. The great advantage of group psychotherapy is working on these patterns in the "here and now" - in a group situation more similar to reality and close to the interpersonal events.

Presenter

The speaker is Dr. Haim Weinberg, Ph.D. Dr. Weinberg is a clinical psychologist, Group Analyst and a Certified Group Psychotherapist, who has been providing group psychotherapy for the past thirty years, as well as supervising interns and teaching. He is past-president of the Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society (NCGPS) of the Israeli Association of Group Psychotherapy. He teaches at Wright Institute, and at the Alliant International University. He is on the faculty of group facilitators training program in Tel-Aviv University. He is Fellow of The American Group Psychotherapy Association (AGPA), Fellow of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy (IAGP), Distinguished Fellow of the Israeli Association of Group therapy and member of the Group Analytic Society (GAS).

As one who has enjoyed Haim's wisdom for years, he is really worth hearing. His presentation at the 2013 Pacific Region Conference drew rave reviews.

Time, Date and Registration

This webinar will take place on Saturday, December 13, 2014, at 12:30pm, Pacific Standard Time (We'll be "falling back" before then). The registration is only $25 to cover our costs. CEU's for those who want them will be an additional $10. You will need a computer with a cable or DSL connection. Everyone registered will also receive the authorization to watch the recorded video of the webinar. This will work for review or if that time/date will not work for you.

To register, please send an email to me, David Pittle. The address is Facilitator@aapc-pacreg.org. Included your name, address and preferred email address. Then pay the registration. There are two ways to pay.

1.        Paypal will receive your payment sent to Facilitator@aapc-pacreg.org. This is probably the easiest

2.        You can send a check payable to David M. Pittle, 369B Third St. #408, San Rafael, CA 94901 for the total amount.  Please mark the check "Webinar" and be sure that it has your email address on it somewhere. (Since the webinar company sends the link to your email, I also use it to track everyone's status.)

We have have had some excellent webinars and already have more lined up for next year.


 


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