Participants are asked to bring cases to the group for supervision/consultation. In addition to exploring participants’ cases, some sessions may be devoted to clinical and ethical issues necessary for competent and ethical management of a counseling, psychotherapy or psychodrama practice. Topics may include: informed consent, suicide assessment, procedures for handling psychiatric emergencies, duty to warn, evaluating client outcomes, and best practices in documentation and others.
OVERVIEW: Join a small community of individuals interested in psychodrama as we explore the topic of change, one that is important for psychotherapists, counselors, coaches, spiritual facilitators and others who support people in making changes to live healthier and more fulfilled lives. We explore contemporary findings from social psychology and neuroscience, along with concepts from ancient wisdom traditions to understand some of the complexities of change.
OVERVIEW: This supervision and consultation group is intended for mental health professionals at any level looking for support and guidance in their clinical practice. Whatever their stage of professional development, participants can benefit from examining challenging clinical and/or ethical issues arising in their current practice.
NEW FORMAT! ONLINE TRAINING [STAY INSIDE, FLATTEN THE CURVE.]
Led by: Catherine D. Nugent, LCPC, TEP
Sunday, April 19, 9:45 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
OVERVIEW: Early caregiving has a lasting impact on psychological development, ability to learn, capacity to regulate emotions, and ability to form satisfying relationships (Siegel 2012). Secure, nurturing environments and stimulating, engaging experiences help build the actual architecture of the brain. Conversely, the absence of caring, stable relationships, especially in early childhood, can lead to host of life-long problems that psychotherapists see in their clinical practices, such as: intractable shame, chronic depression, acting-out behaviors and self-harming, personality disorders, and inability to form close adult relationships.
Promoting Resilience & Posttraumatic Growth
Let’s Do Psychodrama—You Direct! (with Guest Co-Trainer, TBD)
Introduction to Psychodrama & LPTI Meet & Greet
Multicultural Awareness and Inclusion (with Guest Co-Trainer, Kimberly Dailley)
Somatic Psychology with Heart: Turning to the Body with Mindfulness & Self-Compassion, with co-leader, Jackie Fowler
Sunday, April 26 – 10:00 a.m. –1:00 p.m.
ONLINE IN THE “LPTI ZOOM ROOM”
Please register by April 10
OVERVIEW: This workshop is the second in a series of five
Psychodrama Life Skills Workshops for Women in 2020.
In view of the current public health crisis, we will meet online on April 26 to explore the journey from trauma to posttraumatic growth.
Catherine D. Nugent
6636 Park Hall Drive
Laurel, MD 20707
Resilience & Stress-Hardiness in Tough Times: An Online Gathering for Helpers, Healers, Teachers & LeadersJune 14 @ 12:45 pm - 4:30 pm
June 28 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
July 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
August 15 @ 8:00 am - August 16 @ 5:00 pm