Fri, Oct 21|
The Relational-Cultural Model of Group Psychotherapy: From Anti-Racist to Liberatory Practices (CE Workshop)
This one-day process-oriented training will be presented by Dr. Michele D. Ribeiro, Ed.D., CGP, FAGPA. Using didactic and experiential learning, we will explore how to incorporate anti-racist and liberatory practices within your groups. Appropriate for all training levels in the mental health field!
Time & Location
Oct 21, 2022, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
In- Person, Lakeside Office Park, Building B, 5775 Glenridge Dr, Atlanta, GA 30328, USA
About the Event
Join us for this one-day training featuring Dr. Michelle Ribeiro, ED., CGP, FAGPA. Using both didactic and experiential learning, this process-oriented workshop will highlight the value of relationships through a relational-cultural model of group psychotherapy. We will also examine how various social identities can create connection and disconnection, and practice authentically naming processes of dominance and oppression to advance health equity and move toward mutual growth. The experiential learning portion will involve a "demo group" with 6 to 8 volunteers to witness these interventions firsthand. This workshop is appropriate for all levels of training and experience!
Continuing Education Credits: 6 Continuing Education Hours
*6 Core CEUs approved by LPCA of GA
*6 Core CEUs for psychologists approved by GPA
*6 Core CEUs approved from GAMFT
*6 Ethics CEUs approved from GSCSW
About the Presenter:
Michele D. Ribeiro completed her doctorate degree in counseling psychology in 2005 from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, with an emphasis in multicultural counseling and education. As a result, she has had a strong commitment to social and racial justice work, including examining dominance and dismantling systems of oppression. She is a licensed psychologist and group psychotherapist at Oregon State University’s Counseling Center, has a small private practice, and is an adjunct instructor at George Fox University, where she teaches a group psychotherapy course for their PsyD program. She also previously was a national trainer for PESI, Inc., a continuing education company for mental health trainings, where she presented on utilizing mindfulness and yoga within clinical practice. She is board certified in psychology, a fellow with AGPA, past board member for AGPA and currently serves on the boards for APA (specifically Div 49-Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy and Div 52-International Psychology). She has published two (co)edited books entitled: The College Counselor’s Guide to Group Psychotherapy (2018) and Examining Social Identities and Diversity Issues in Group Therapy: Knocking at the Boundaries (2020) through Routledge Press.
- Name the different stages that a group therapist can move through in being less and more anti-racist in their practices.
- Identify the relationship between liberation psychology and social action.
- Describe what the central relational paradox entails.
- Explain how vulnerability can enhance connection versus disconnection.
- Discuss how social identities can influence connection and disconnection.
- Name and apply one microintervention when a microaggression occurs.
Refunds will be granted in the form of credit towards a future AGPS workshop! Please reach out to us with any questions, concerns, or assistance needed regarding a need for a refund.
Packaged & Student/New Prof.
*Event is included in the Packed Membership, Student Membership, and New Professional Membership.$0.00
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