Workshops for clients focus on increasing the effectiveness of their therapy either at Group by Design or with other therapists. Offerings include:
When to Stop Talking and How – a lively guide for couples seeking how to disengage from destructive arguing and re-engage in constructive conflict.
Borderline Moments: DBT Skills for Everyone – applies Linehan’s Mindfulness skills to everyday living for ordinary people.
Mindful Membership – helps existing group members to increase the effectiveness of their group therapy and helps new members prepare for group.
The Colloquium Series for colleagues provides a unique seminar venue for therapists, counselors, and educators to pursue continuing education credits. Offerings include:
Religion Reconsidered – a forum for exploring what National Public Radio has called the “neglected dimension of diversity”
When to Stop Talking and How – this therapists’ version combines the couples orientation of John Gottman with Linehan’s DBT Skils to help therapists help couples.
Code of Ethics: Mission or Mismatch? – a provocative exploration of the relationship between the clinical and political orientations of psychotherapists.
Justice for All? – focuses on mass incarceration though the work of Michelle Alexander
“Rehumanizing” the Other and the Self: Reflection on the Election – January 6, 2017 1 seat left
Consult the News section of our Website for upcoming events.