I posted this at the Carolinas Group Psychotherapy forum:
Seeing Joan Seifert’s email about Group openings, I remember warmly what a super-competent and compassionate therapist and trainer she is. So I’ll join her in reminding folks of an opening in my 3 groups, and of the evidence based effectiveness and efficiency of weekly group psychotherapy.
My 2 late afternoon groups in Raleigh stay pretty full, but when members have been together a good while, a member graduating often brings a few other members to feel ready to say Group Goodbyes.
My Chapel Hill Mondays 5:30-7PM group has an opening, and the groups on Tuesdays and on Thursdays in Raleigh will have an opening in the foreseeable future. The power of an open-ended interpersonal/integrative/proc
The uninterrupted 40 year life of these groups allows me to rely on the positive group norms and values which evolve and continue to support and guide personal change and growth, without having to take months or years slowly and painstakingly to be re-established.
Interested folks can see my site and phone me to consider further the 3 individual-session preparation process that establishes a strong therapeutic bond with this leader, ensures being fully informed about the healing interpersonal factors of group therapy (see Irv Yalom), and minimizes early frustrations and premature drop-outs.
On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 8:45 PM, Joan Seiffert <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hello All,I have openings in a Monday evening interpersonal process group meeting from 5:30 to 7:00pm.