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FREE RfG PRACTICE AND SUPPORT GROUP

OPEN TO ALL ACTION THERAPY PRACTITIONERS

 

Upcoming Dates:

Saturday, April 23rd 2022, 2-4 pm EST
Saturday, May 21st 2022, 2-4 pm EST
Saturday, June 25th 2022, 2-4 pm EST

How often do we ask ourselves…

How am I doing? What am I missing?
How do I get started on applying action methods to my therapy practice?
Which RfG exercise or game might best work in this situation/with this population?
Are others getting good results with this game?
How do I keep on if I’m not having fun, or seeing my progress?
I’d love to see someone else demonstrate that exercise!

It can get perplexing, discouraging, and even lonely to be completely on one’s own when working with new therapy techniques. Learning and improving one’s practice of Action Methods in Psychotherapy, such as Rehearsals! for Growth (RfG), is helped considerably by having professional AND social contact with other practitioners who are also working to develop their competence and confidence… and it’s FUN!

PLEASE JOIN US!

ANY Mental Health grad student/practitioner with some prior training or exposure to RfG, or ANY OTHER ACTION THERAPY, including current and former students of CCSU’s course MFT-557 (Action Methods in Family Therapy), is welcome.

RfG Practice and Support Groups provide learning experiences, not designed to replace any instructional workshops.


Following three+ years of our successful live meetings, we at RfG are continuing our
FREE RfG Practice and Support Groups
Now being hosted VIA ZOOM video conferencing.


 

If you’re interested, we ask everyone to text or email Dan Wiener 48 hrs in advance via text message or email to [email protected] The ZOOM meeting invite will be sent at least 3 hrs in advance.

Each two-hour RfG Practice and Support Group session will convene once per month.
The Leaders will offer warmups, invite questions, arrange demonstrations and facilitate sharing.
There is no charge for this group.

This group is led by:
DANIEL WIENER, PhD, RDT-BCT, the Founder of Rehearsals! for Growth
ODALYS PADRON, LMFT, a graduate of CCSU’s MFT program and a RfG Certified Practitioner