"There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about."
Margaret J. Wheatley
Do you remember why you chose this work? While professional development -the stuff that fills our heads- is so very important, it is the attention to our hearts, vision, character and souls that many of us find buried as we begin to log our years in the field. On this inaugural COP night, we'll look at how work in the world of mental health care requires a long, sustaining reach into three critical areas, areas that go beyond technical skills. We'll talk tonight about the vision for the COP, how we hope to grow together, and how we can heed the call to be each others biggest cheerleaders. We'll meet at 41 Erb St E, walk to dinner uptown, and walk back for our discussion.
Do you work with couples? Or, do you need to...but feel a little lost? Couples work revolves around understanding the rules, roles, and systems that couples are in. Therapists must learn how to "create a difference that might make a difference" when they work in dyads. This supervision group will work, over 4 weeks, to increase our skill levels when working with this critical piece of our clients lives. Each participant will bring one case, which we'll look at one by one. Join us in talking out what great couples work looks like, what tends to de-rail the process, and how to get it there. Note: this group is not modality specific.
Dates: April 23, 20, May 7, 14
6 spots available
Facilitator: Raechel Pefanis (CRPO approved)
When: Thursdays, 8:30 am-10:30 am starting April 23