Trainings, Workshops, and more

Gain self-awareness and support, and
advance as professionals — together.

Trainings, Workshops, and more

Gain self-awareness and support, and
advance as professionals — together.

Post Graduate Therapist Consultation and Supervision Group

This bimonthly group is for recent graduates from MA, MSW, PhD, and PsyD programs beginning their clinical careers that are looking for an engaging, supportive and practical consultation, supervision and professional development experience. The group helps clinicians define their interests, enhance their skills and develop their own unique approach to the work they do.

What to Expect:

  • We focus on core clinical skills and awareness, the therapeutic relationship and the use of self, tracking themes and progress over time, and overcoming challenges.
  • You will identify and build on professional and personal strengths, and your motivations and goals for short and longer term development.
  • We will discuss effective ways of finding and evaluating resources and collaborating with other professionals.
  • Together, we explore self-care and personal development as it intersects with creating a successful professional identity and career.
  • Incorporated in the group are theories, methods and research from multiple disciplines, case presentations and discussions, shared readings and on-line videos, role plays, and other activities.

The group is forming now and will meet on the second and fourth Fridays of the month from 9am to 10:30 am.
The fee is $75 per group and a three-month commitment is requested.

For more information, please contact Claudia Rosen, LCSW at claudia@connections-health.com

Beyond Affirmative Care:

Effective Psychotherapy with LGBTQIA+ Clients

Beyond affirmative care is a monthly consultation group for clinicians wishing to develop their knowledge, attitudes, skills and comfort level needed to work effectively with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender clients.

Clinicians will learn to approach working with LGBTQIA+ clients through multidimensional models of sexual orientation and gender.

We will address:

  • Stigmatization
  • Intersections of multiple identities
  • Career-related experiences
  • Nontraditional relationship forms
  • Issues relating to spirituality
  • Health disparities impacting communities

Group members will be invited to evaluate their own attitudes and biases that inevitably impact the therapeutic relationship. Led by  members of the LGBTQIA+ community, this group aims to create a non-judgmental space in which to provide relevant resources.

The group is forming now and meets monthly beginning this summer on the first Tuesday of each month from 10:00am-11:30am.
The cost is $60 per group and a three-month commitment is requested.

For more information, please contact Casey Tanner, LPC at casey@connections-health.com or Naomi Rosen, LSW at naomi@connections-health.com

Case Consultation Group Exploring Long-term Therapy

We meet monthly to discuss cases and reflect on the work we do using a variety of theoretical lenses. Deepen your capacity to notice and track what is going on in the therapeutic context. Learn more about how to use yourself and your relationship, as well as problem-solving and other collaborative approaches, to take the change potential of long-term therapy even further.

Incorporated in the group are theories, methods and research from multiple disciplines, experiential knowledge, case discussions, shared readings and on-line videos, and other interactive approaches.

The group is forming now. We meet the first Friday of each month from 10:00am to 11:30am.
The fee is $75 per group and a three-month commitment is requested.

For more information, please contact Claudia Rosen, LCSW at claudia@connections-health.com

Treating Eating Disorders:

Case Consultation Group

Treating eating disorders is often one of the most challenging and, at times, frustrating endeavor. There remains very little consensus in the research literature about what’s effective. We can benefit from case consultation in enhancing our understanding as we explore approaches to the behavioral and psychological issues that emerge during the course of treatment. We will supplement our learning process with shared readings and case discussions.

The group is forming now. We meet the third Friday of each month from 9am to 10:30am.
The fee is $75 per group and a three-month commitment is requested.

For more information, please contact Claudia Rosen, LCSW at claudia@connections-health.com