Many clinicians are eager to get into practice and start seeing clients but find that they want or need to further integrate their clinical skills, understanding and inner attitudes toward being a therapist in order to become effective, compassionate and confident practitioners. This group welcomes clinicians who are finding their way as therapists and want a supportive setting to:
- develop a personal therapeutic identity that accesses and utilizes your unique strengths and inner resources in the therapy session
- practice and embrace helpful inner attitudes or metaskills
- explore specific questions, growth edges or challenging situations
- learn to self-supervise in sessions
In a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, Rami Henrich & Cindy Trawinski provide a learning laboratory for participants to study and collaborate on clinical questions together, learning from one another and clients.
Sessions include both experiential and didactic approaches, using participants’ questions and clinical experiences and drawing on Process Work (process-oriented psychology) concepts and methods, Imago Relationship techniques and mindfulness practices.