NCGPS Community Meeting

Come and continue the dream we started at our first Community Meeting in November. We invite you to share in the process. We had a fruitful first meeting, where we collectively decided that we would like to continue with an atmosphere that felt creative, productive and contained. Ildiko Ran and Peter Bernhardt will facilitate the meeting.

Our goal is to connect, and together, to help shape our vision of the Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society at this second NCGPS Community Meeting. All are welcome, whether or not you were able to attend the November, 2018 Meeting. Long time members, past leaders, newer members, interested therapists and graduate students are all welcome. Bring your ideas, your energy and food to share.

For many Northern California therapists who care about Group Therapy, NCGPS has been an important community where members can feel nourished and supported while also being a place of personal and professional growth and challenge.

What would you wish for with NCGPS? What do you need to feel connected, stimulated and engaged? How can we continue to evolve as a professional community that meets the diverse needs of our membership?

We invite you to contribute your energy and creativity. Please join us

Time & Location:

Sunday, February 3rd, 2019

10am-1pm

Location: the home of Shira Marin

391 Devon Drive,

San Rafael, CA 94903.

It is a potluck. Please bring a dish to share.

Bring a friend, bring a colleague. We welcome non-NCGPS members as well.

RSVP to Shira at shiramarinphd@gmail.com and put Community Meeting in the Subject Line

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