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Case Consultation Group - Peer Group in Franklin
My name is Dr. Mario Baum, I am a Licensed Psychologist. I am currently in the process of setting up a peer consultation group (to provide a forum for mental health professionals to meet informally with colleagues to discuss clinical and practice issues in a supportive and confidential setting). I plan on meeting 1-2 times/month in my practice in Franklin/Cool Springs; if you are interested in participating, please send an email to email@example.com with your contact data and your desired times to meet/availability.
Case Consultation Group for NPI Members ONLY
If you are like me, you work in isolation. No one sees your work, good or bad. You can’t talk about your clients to anyone. The burdens you carry from your therapy relationships weigh you down. A colleague consultation group is a place to share your burdens, laugh at the absurd notion that you can rescue your clients and enjoy a good meal and a good time with your colleagues and perhaps learn a thing or two from others about the art of psychotherapy. You are invited to apply to become part of a semi-weekly case consultation group. Six people will be selected from those who apply. You will be asked to commit to attending for three months. To apply, simply send me an email with your email address, phone number, a brief paragraph about yourself and a response to this question: Why would you be interested in becoming a part of this consultation group?
WHEN: Non-NPI Fridays 11:30 – 1:00
WHERE: 115 28th Avenue North, 37203
COST: Cost of lunch order from Newks
CONTACT: David W. McMillan, PhD at firstname.lastname@example.org
Therapeutic intensive based on “Women Who Run with the Wolves”
Reviving Our Inner Knowing: A therapeutic intensive based on “Women Who Run with the Wolves”
We all have an innate inner knowing; intuition, internal wisdom, a wise inner guide that points us toward the things and the people that are truly life-giving to our souls. Women in particular have a powerful, keen intuition. A deep inner sense that tells us what we need, what will nourish us, what will help us versus what will harm us. It tells us truth.
Meet your inner Wild Woman.
In our culture of perfectionism, “shoulds,” I-need-to-be-more-like-this, and even, I’ve-been-told-I-need-to-be-
And there is a cost.
We’ve internalized these messages and have contorted ourselves in a way that has stifled our inner Wild Woman. We’ve put a muzzle on that wise, inner guide, that soul voice that’s bursting to cry out and remind us of what we’re passionate about, what lights us up, what we feel, what we need in order to live our most joy-filled, authentic, abundantly rich and yummy lives.
It’s time. Time to call bullshit on the “shoulds” and the stifling. Let’s REVIVE our inner Wild Woman.
Join us for our first sequence of intensives (exploring chapters 1-3) based on the book, “Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype” by Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Ph.D, Jungian psychoanalyst.
In this therapeutic book study, we will explore, process, create, play, whirl & twirl, and connect more deeply to ourselves and to other women as we dive into our psychic waters to RETRIEVE and REVIVE our inner Wild Woman.
Wednesday, January 2nd, 6:30-8pm
Wednesday, January 9th, 6:30-8pm
Wednesday, January 16th, 6:30-8pm
Saturday, January 19th, 10am-2pm
4529 Red Bark Court, Antioch TN 37013
Early Bird – $325 (due Monday, December 17th) Promo code: wildwoman
Standard Cost – $350
April Broussard, LCSW April@AprilBroussardLCSW.com
Book – Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype
A journal and pen
Kids' OCD Group
The group follows a cognitive-behavioral framework with an emphasis on helping kids (ages 8-12) support one another as they challenge their symptoms. Topics covered include Helping your Family Understand your Symptoms, Talking Back to your OCD, Developing Creative Exposure Techniques, Telling Others about your OCD, Dealing with OCD at School, and Using Humor to Fight Symptoms. Kids will inspire each other to fight their symptoms while working toward collective goals.
Groups run for eight consecutive weeks and will be held on Wednesday evenings from 5:00-6:30 July 11-August 29.
Each session is $70 for 90 minutes.
If you have a child who is a good fit for the group, contact us at email@example.com.
Advanced Process Group
This is a group for adults who are currently in individual therapy or who have done a significant amount of their own work. Rather than being theme or issue oriented, this group deals with any and all facets of life. The goal is to heal and deepen the relationship with self and others through group process. The style of the group is informed by Modern Analytic Group Psychotherapy, and will be facilitated by Michael Murphy who is a Certified Group Psychotherapist.
Cost: $60.00 per session
Location: 205 Powell Place, Brentwood, TN 37027
Michael Murphy: (615) 370-3701
Interpersonal Process Group (Beginning in September)
We are currently screening clients, age 23 and older, for an interpersonal process group with an anticipated start date in September. The group will meet on Monday evenings from 7-8:30 P.M. in the Nashville Midtown area. Cost per session will be $50, and clients may also be able to use their Aetna or United Healthcare coverage.
WHEN: We will meet Mondays starting in September from 7:00-8:30 pm
WHERE: Nashville Midtown Area
CONTACT: Please send inquiries/referrals to David Sacks at firstname.lastname@example.org or (615) 492-1519.
Exploring the Divine Feminine Goddess Circle
Email email@example.com for a flyer with more information. Join other women seeking spiritual community that values the Divine Feminine in a safe and sacred space. I have had a few requests for a therapist/healer’s circle with a special focus on self-care and spiritual nourishment. I’d be happy to add another monthly women’s circle for therapists if there is enough interest.
WHEN: We will meet monthly starting November 8th, 5:30-7:00
WHERE: at my office building and moving to Art & Soul in December.
CONTACT: Please email questions and referrals to firstname.lastname@example.org
A Women's Group
This group is for women who are interested in self-development and a greater sense of empowerment in daily life. We will explore our relationship with ourselves and how this impacts the way we see the world and experience life. Through inquiry, dialogue, and guided practices, our aim is to know ourselves more deeply and experience a greater sense of well being, alongside other women in a shared, confidential space. Group will typically begin with a brief talk by Andrea, a moment of reflection/journaling, or some other simple experiential exercise. Each group session will include time for sharing and processing experiences with one another. Themes: Inner guidance, Core beliefs, Self care, Self-expression, Habitual thought patterns, Solitude, Clarity & discernment, Self-acceptance, Desire, Authenticity in relationships, Navigating intense emotions, Making sense of your life story. We also will be referencing the seasons and the natural world throughout the year, just as we experience our own internal cycles of growth & change, ebb & flow.
If you are interested in learning more about this group, please contact Andrea at email@example.com or 615.300.0207 for a free phone consultation to see if the group is a good fit for you. Start date and meeting time is to be determined, though I am aiming for Fall/Winter 2018. Spaces are limited. www.andreabarretttherapy.com
Group Supervision Opportunity
Cynthia Ezell, LMFT, and Jamie Kyne, PHD have been offering a twice-monthly group supervision experience for two years and are now offering an addition second group which currently has two openings
The group supervision includes didactic reflections on case presentations with special emphasis given to: (a) technique, or what to say and when to say it, (b) the use of transference and countertransference, (c) a pragmatic approach to the use of theory and concepts, and (d) practice management concerns.
This group has been designed for experienced therapists who are or want to be curious about psychotherapy, be personally and intellectually challenged, and keep improving their skills and useful knowledge base in providing psychotherapy. The group is limited to only six members so that all participants have ample opportunity to utilize feedback and discussions during group meetings. The fee per group meeting is $120 payable monthly. There will be no charge for meetings that are cancelled due to holidays. Meetings will be held on alternate Monday mornings from 9:15-10:45 at 1901 Acklen Avenue, in Hillsboro Village. It’s possible the group could meet at another time if it was more convenient to all.
About the leaders;
For thirty years Cynthia Ezell has been providing individual, couples, and family therapy in a private practice setting in Nashville as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is a Clinical Member of the American Academy of Marriage and Family Therapists. She is a member and former Chairperson of the Nashville Psychotherapy Institute. She is also a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist and is a Founding Member and former Board member of the Eating Disorder Coalition of Tennessee. Cynthia is a 2009 graduate of the New Directions in Writing program at the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis and is currently a candidate for the MFA in Writing at Spalding University. Cynthia speaks and writes frequently about family issues as well as leading consultation groups for therapists seeking to increase their proficiency in treating couples.
Cynthia’s thinking about the work of psychotherapy has been influenced first by systems theorists like Murray Bowen and Salvador Minuchin and later by John Bowlby, Donald Winnicott, and Heinz Kohut. Her work is significantly informed by the research and writing of John Gottman and Daniel Wile on the treatment of couples in psychotherapy as well as training provided by The Imago Institute and Drs. Ellyn Bader and Peter Pearson.
Jamie Kyne, Ph.D., is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. For thirty years he has been involved in providing mental health treatment to individuals, couples, families, and groups in a variety of settings including inpatient hospitals, jails, schools, and private practice. He has also consulted to businesses on matters related to communication, conflict, morale, and leadership in both the not-for-profit and for-profit sectors. He began working with people in the Los Angeles area and moved to Nashville in 1993 and has been in full-time private practice here since 1996. Jamie is a member of the Appalachian Psychoanalytic Association, the American Psychological Association, the Division for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy of the American Psychological Association (Div. 39), and the Nashville Psychotherapy Institute. Jamie has served on the Board of the Nashville Psychotherapy Institute including as the Board Chairperson. He has provided supervision and consultation to therapists for the past ten years or so and enjoys speaking on topics related to psychotherapy to a variety of audiences.
Jamie’s thinking about psychotherapy has been influenced by a variety of well-known writers on the topic including: Winnicott, Mitchell, Rogers, Kohut, Stark, and Wachtel (individual therapy); Wile, Schnarch, and Bader (couples therapy); and Friedman (families and organizations). He’s deeply indebted to his long time supervisors Winston Gooden and Karin Ahbel-Rappe.
Please contact either Cynthia or Jamie if you are interested in learning more about this group.
Cynthia Ezell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-386-0201
Jamie Kyne at email@example.com or 615-383-8844
HSP (Highly Sensitive Persons) Group
July 8, 15, 22, & 29
HSP (Highly Sensitive Persons) Group
Sunday afternoons from 1:30-3:00pm
$50/group = $200 total
A combination of psychoeducation, support group, and interpersonal process, the HSP Group is designed to benefit both therapists and non-therapists who identify as having Highly Sensitive Personality. Each session I give a brief didactic piece about HSP and then we open the group to sharing and interpersonal process. Because this is a small group (5-6), participants must commit to attending all four sessions. Cost is $50/group. We’ll meet from 1:30-3:00pm at my (Laura Kreiselmaier’s) Berry Hill office. For more information, please visit http://kreiselmaiertherapy.com/hsp-group/.
If you believe you are an HSP and would like to join the group, or if you have a client to refer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interpersonal Process Group
I would like to announce the opening of an interpersonal process group, which will take place on Wednesday mornings at 8:15 am and will last 75 minutes. The cost will be $90 per person. Group membership shall not be limited by diagnoses, yet suitable referrals shall include individuals whose difficulties center on interpersonal issues, including but not limited to conflict avoidance, difficulty with social/emotional vulnerability, or difficulty demonstrating empathy. If not in weekly individual therapy, group members should be followed by a mental health professional. Please contact me at to discuss potential referrals to the group.
Licensure Exam Study & Support Online Groups
NCMHCE Tennessee Study & Support Group
NCE Tennessee Study & Support Group
Tennessee LPC-MHSP Jurisprudence Study & Support Group
CPCE Tennessee Study & Support Group
Tennessee LPC-MHSP Licensure Support Group
Carla Archuletta Consulting page for support
Life on Life's Terms
This is a weekly, 75-minute group for people in their first two years of recovery from addiction(s). Mid-day and early evening sections are available. This meeting does not take the place of 12-Step Groups.
Cost: $55.00 per session
Location: 205 Powell Place, Brentwood, TN 37027
Michael Murphy: (615) 370-3701
Social Skills Group for Teens on the Autism Spectrum
James Goodlad, Ph.D. and Danielle Mizell, Psy.D. of Southeast Psych Nashville will be running a spring PEERS social skills group for teens (13-17) on the autism spectrum and their parents. PEERS is a 14-week evidenced-based intervention using didactics, modeling, and role-play to teach a variety of practical social skills like maintaining two-way conversations, handling disagreements, using humor appropriately, and addressing teasing and bullying. For more information please contact Ellen Verhaagen (Office Manager and Intake Coordinator) at 615-373-9955 or email@example.com.