THE NATIONAL GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY INSTITUTE
Announces next two-year cycle, 2017-2019
Molly Donovan, PhD, Chair
Robert Schulte, MSW, Dean
All conference sessions take place on a Friday and Saturday
9AM–6:30PM. 12 CE/CME credits are awarded for attendance at each weekend.
October 6 – 7, 2017
January 26 – 27, 2018
April 27 – 28, 2018
September 28 – 29, 2018
January 25 – 26, 2019
April 26 – 27, 2019
Weekend Topics Will Be Announced Shortly
The Institute offers a two-year program of six intensive group weekends, focusing on contemporary approaches to dynamic group psychotherapy. Difficult issues in group therapy are highlighted. Each weekend offers multiple opportunities within the faculty/member community for didactic and experiential learning.
Participation in the Institute is open to mental health practitioners, clinicians-in-training and professionals in related fields. There are two levels of participation. Full participants attend the entire cycle of six conferences and belong to the same small group throughout. Weekend participants attend on a per conference basis, are assigned to a small group formed only for that weekend, and may return for future conferences.
Eligibility and Selection
The Program is open to psychiatrists, medical residents, psychologists, doctoral psychology students, social workers, social work students, nurses, counselors and other licensed mental health professionals.
Please apply. Applicants are invited to submit a CV and application. An interview with the Program Chair, Dean or a member of the Selection Committee will be conducted prior to acceptance into the One-year Program.
The deadline for applications is September 1.
For Further Information
Contact the Chair or Dean with any additional questions:
Molly Donovan, Chair, 202-822-8070,
Robert Schulte, Dean, 703-838-1633,
72 CE/CME credits for the 2 year cycle..
$2000 total, $1000 due each year.
The Sy Rubenfeld Scholarship Fund provides financial support for tuition for clinicians-in-training and early career professionals based on available funds. Contact the Dean for more information. Scholarship application.
Molly Donovan, PhD, CGP, FAGPA (Chair)
Robert Schulte, MSW, CGP (Dean)
Maryetta Andrews-Sachs, MA, CGP, FAGPA
Kavita Avula, PsyD
Mary Dluhy, MSW, CGP, FAGPA
Mary Ann Dubner, PhD, CGP (sabbatical)
Stacey Jackson-Lampley, PhD
Beatrice Liebenberg, MSW, CGP, DFAGPA
Hallie Lovett, PhD, CGP
Farooq Mohyuddin, MD
Reginald Nettles, PhD, CGP
Leon Paparella, MSW, CGP
Rosemary Segalla, PhD, CGP
Jonathan Stillerman, PhD, CGP
Harriet Swankin, MSW, CGP (sabbatical)
Steve Van Wagoner, PhD, CGP, FAGPA (sabbatical)
Ayana Watkins-Northern, PhD, CGP
Barry Wepman, PhD, CGP, FAGPA
WSP has very limited scholarship funds. However we will try to help students with a payment plan and scholarship where possible.