An interpersonal process group is an interesting and effective way to deepen your clinical work and develop professionally. Members have the opportunity to:
- Receive and provide feedback regarding your communication style
- Explore multiple transferences
- Learn Conflict Resolution
- Access your vulnerability
- Deepen intimacy with others
- Experience camaraderie through the group process
- Learn to work in the “here and now”
- Reduce the isolation you may experience being a therapist
- Build emotional muscle
- Develop relationships across gender and race
Therapists are experiencing burnout at higher rates during these challenging times. And those of us working in solo practices may find we never have the opportunity to access collegial support. A process group can provide an anchor and sense of support.
This group is open to all therapists, national and international, including students of therapy and new graduates as well as seasoned clinicians.
About the Leaders:
Reggie Murph and Teresa Solomita both have extensive group leadership experience and training. They come together as co-facilitators to provide the group with a mixed gendered / mixed race leadership to create a group of member therapists from differing backgrounds. They are dedicated to guiding therapists to develop cultural and gender sensitivity through relationship.
Reggie Murph, LCSW-R, CASAC, is a black-identified psychotherapist who has been running modern psychoanalytic groups for over 29 years. He has a very long history working with diverse populations and groups, including psychiatric social work at HIP Mental Health Services and in his role as a psychotherapist at the 5th Avenue Counseling Center for Psychotherapy. He also studied directly for over 15 years with Lou Ormont, PhD. He is in private practice in NYC for over 25 years where he works with individuals, couples and groups. Reggie is a member of the Committee for Anti-Racism at Center for Group Studies and has been doing anti-racist work for many years with his clients and in the community.
Teresa Solomita, LCSW-R, is a white-identified graduate of the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies and The Center for Group Studies. She has trained at The Couples Institute in the attachment/ developmental model of couple therapy. Teresa has been in private practice for over 15 years, specializing in working with people who are struggling in their relationships and have a desire to change. Her practice is in Brooklyn where she works with individuals, couples and groups. She believes that in relationship we prosper and grow and her anti-racist work has been fueled through her relationships with BIPOC folks.
When: Online (Zoom) and weekly on Thursdays from 2:00 – 3:15 ET beginning early March 2022. This is an ongoing group.
Interview: Potential members will have 1-3 consultation interviews prior to entering the group.
Group Fee: White identified $90, black identified $70, POC $80 Our differentiated fees reflect our commitment to address historical racial inequity for services.