Develop a deeper understanding of the group processes in social work while helping the UofL Kent School Alumni Council raise funds for the I Am the Change Scholarship Endowment, dedicated to funding the educational endeavors of BSW and MSSW students who demonstrate a commitment to social justice.
This seminar will provide an overview of the foundations in group psychotherapy as a medium of engaging clients to process issues relevant to their overall health and well-being. This presentation will focus on understanding group dynamics, contracting for group therapy, and expectations of group members and the facilitator. The target audience is professional social workers, marriage and family therapists, and other clinical facilitators who are interested in deepening their understanding of the fundamentals of group therapy practice. The seminar is divided into a didactic presentation, virtual group demonstration, and Q&A with the presenter.
At the conclusion of this workshop participants will gain a fundamental knowledge of contracting individuals for group therapy processes and as well as develop a working understanding of group dynamics to better help facilitate an empathic experience in group process.
Registration is $30
This registration page will direct you to the Kent School Alumni page to complete payment.
Kentucky Board of Social Work
This workshop is appropriate for all levels of practice.