Process group for Therapist 
Starting January 2023

A process group helps therapists learn with and from others about relationships. Learn about the gaps between how you see yourself and the way you are being seen and understood by others. The group invites you to develop awareness, curiosity, and insight about how these gaps form. Most importantly, we provide you with the structure to talk about these patterns while staying emotionally connected to each other. Members will work towards becoming emotionally open therapists and strengthen their ability to communicate with their clients and become more reflective, connected, and mindful of their emotional impact.

Our approach is relational, which assumes that humans become who they are through past and ongoing relationships.  The group becomes a safe place to learn about the roles you take, obtain valuable feedback about the emotional impact you have on others, and experiment with new ways of being and relating. We hope that these would lead to an improved ability to connect to others meaningfully and deepen your connection with yourself.

This group is designed for therapists. We invite therapists who are curious to understand their intersubjective impact on others and learn to identify what triggers them and what soothes them in relationships. We wish to create a supportive community of therapists that learns & grows together. This will allow each of you to grow your skill and confidence in supporting clients with complex emotions and relationships.

Therapy Session

The Small Print:

 

When

Tuesdays 11:00-12:30 via Zoom.

Starting January 3rd, 2023. Meetings are ongoing weekly.

Who and how many

Group is limited to 8 participants who are therapists. 

Fees

$75 for 90 min sessions 

$150 for an initial personal interview.

Reduced fees are available for those in disadvantaged countries and circumstances. Please contact us for details.

Structure

1.5-hour weekly sessions; Slow to open ongoing group. Commitment to 6 months with an invitation to continue and attend longer.

 

The next steps - Interested to learn more? 

 

Fill details below and we will call you to have an initial conversation.

 

Following this conversation, we will schedule an interview for candidates to evaluate for suitability before entering the group.

About the facilitators:

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Dafna Chen, LMHC, SUDP, CST, NCC, worked in the mental health, substance use, Trauma, and sexuality fields as a Clinician, Supervisor, Researcher and Instructor. Dafna facilitated Domestic violence survivors’ groups and co-occurring (mental health and substance use disorders) groups.

• LMHC (Licensed Mental Health Counselor) #LH60461038

• SUDP (Substance Use Disorders Professional) #CP60428256.

•• Sex therapist certified by AASECT (American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists)

For more information contact: DafnaC@PivotalCenter.com  / (425) 443 7900

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Miri Arie, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist since 2008 (PY.60967834). She works with children and adults. Her expertise includes supporting individuals in improving their relations with others, coping with anxiety, improving emotional regulation skills, and reducing rigid thinking patterns and behaviors. Dr. Arie has extensive training in supporting clients with Trauma histories and she has a special passion to support adults in their parenting journey. Dr. Arie integrates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques with Attachment-based intervention and uses Internal Family System (IFS) intervention approach in her work. 

For more information contact: Miri@craftpnw.com / 585-857-9394

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