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Stressed? Too Hard Pressed?
Avoid Professional Burnout And Earn 9 Contact Hours

Day: Saturday                         Time: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

In response to the request of participants of the Eliot Group Institute's Workshops, we are pleased to announce the formation of a Modern Psychodynamic supervision group. The group will be both experiential and didactic. With a focus on the issues arising out of members case material.

Topics such as working with a difficult patient, treatment destructive resistance, premature termination, the treatment contract implied and stated, and any additional issues arising out of members practices will be addressed. 

The group will begin on February 3rd, 2018  for a total of six one and one half hour sessions. Members will receive 9 contact hours for their participation.

Who Should Attend
Any professional interested in developing new skills and enhancing old ones for more effective ways of interacting with people of all ages in the treatment setting. Applies to mental health, case managers,education and medical fields.

Dates: February 3rd                                   
           March 3rd                        
           April 7th       
           May 5th
           June 2nd
           July 7th                               

Time: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Refreshments will be served

Location: 14 Eventide Cove Lane, Eliot Maine 03903

Fee: $45.00

Refreshments will be served
Note: Individual supervision available upon request

Group Supervision

To register for this program, complete and submit both this form and your fee of $45 per session.

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● Saturday November 18th 2017
Fostering Effective Leadership Skills and Techniques

● Saturday December 2nd 2017
Why Group?
Understanding Modern Psychodynamic Group Process 

● Saturday January 20th 2018
Couples as a Group

● Saturday February 24th 2018
Formulating Effective Interventions Based on Emotional Age

● Saturday March 24th 2018
The Language of Flowers: Issues in Foster Care