|Manual - Group Therapy (2.1 MB)||50 Pages||Available after Purchase|
GREG CROSBY, M.A., LPC, CGP, FAGPA, is a practicing therapist, trainer, teacher and consultant. For over 25 years, he was the clinical regional coordinator of group therapy at Kaiser Permanente in Oregon and Washington and is a Fellow in the Group Psychotherapy Association. Greg serves on the Board of International Certified Group Psychotherapist and also on the Human Science faculty and Art Therapy Graduate Program at Marylhurst University. Since 2004, he has served on the faculty at Portland State University in the Certificate Program of Interpersonal Neurobiology.
He has written with Jim Sabin, MD “A Planning Checklist for Establishing Time limited Groups” in Psychiatric Services and “Integrated Group CBT” with Donald Altman, M.A., LPC in Handbook of Group Psychotherapy. Greg has also published multiple other articles in the mental health field.
A leader in developing group programs, he speaks at conferences and agencies around the country. Greg brings a synthesis of models together in his therapy, training and consulting and is known for entertaining presentations that blend exercises, lectures and videos.
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Why Groups are Necessary and Important
Ten Readiness Checklist Skills to Develop a Successful Group Practice
Four Lessons of Interpersonal Neurobiology and Groups
Group Therapy and Nine Learning Styles: A New Perspective
The Five Stages of Group Development
Entrance and Closing Group Rituals
Five Common Challenges Found in Groups
Co-Leadership and Mentoring
Tips on How to Integrate Skills and Group Process
Ethics and Group Therapy
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