Events Open for Registration
July 22 at 12:00 to 1:30 PM
Managing Suicide Risk for Group Therapists
Dr. Tony Sheppard , presenting
FREE for Members
$10 for Non-Members
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and Stay Tuned!
June -- Darryl Pure -- Using interpersonal techniques to deepen attachment and cohesion in the group.
September 9 -- Molyn Leszcz -- Support groups for health care workers in a pandemic or otherwise in crisis.
Our 2022 Fall Workshop: October 15-16 (Sat. & Sun.) at the Andrews Center on WakeMed Hospital campus, Raleigh, NC. Topic and presenter to be determined.
An Article by One of Our Board Members!
Interested in what CGPS has to offer?
Interview with Richard Schwartz,
Presenter for our 2016 Fall Workshop
"Internal Family Systems in Group Psychotherapy:
Your Parts, My Parts and the Self"
Here's What's Happening at CGPS!
What Others Are Saying
“I have found it to be rare for people in professional spaces to get into these types of conversations about group, personal, and professional growth. This is the only conference where you are invited to bring your whole self to the group process. The ability to engage and talk about what you’re learning in the moment – what is coming up for you and how it relates to others…it’s fantastic.”
- Agustina Vidal | Student and Returning workshop Attendee
“You get to learn on two levels. You have the more intellectual level in the academic, structured discussions. The speakers and training have been really good both times I have attended. And then you also participate in the unstructured process groups and experience the way those kinds of process groups work, which is really rich. I saw all the group dynamics going on in myself and in other people in the group. I had a group facilitator who made the small groups reflect the larger discussions, and that grew in me more of a gut level, internal awareness of group work. The people are incredibly warm and inviting, which really embodies the focus on group work. Inviting people into community is an important skill of facilitating group process, and it really shows at CGPS in the way people I have met have treated me.”