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Webinar: How to Start a Group with Jill Lewis, LCSW, CEDS-S, CGP
Webinar: How to Start a Group with Jill Lewis, LCSW, CEDS-S, CGP

Fri, Dec 02


Zoom Webinar

Webinar: How to Start a Group with Jill Lewis, LCSW, CEDS-S, CGP

Come join us for an informal group discussion about the nuts and bolts of starting a therapy in a private practice. This is a FREE event.

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Time & Location

Dec 02, 2022, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST

Zoom Webinar

About the Event

This webinar will be led Lauren Jill Lewis, MA LCSW, CEDS-S, CGP who will be discussing nuts and bolts of starting groups in private pratice, including discussing some of the most common challenges associated with getting groups running in private practice.  This event is open to  both members and nonmembers who are interested in learning more about group work. 

About Jill Lewis, MA, LCSW, CEDS-S, CGP:

Jill  is a Fat Positive, body inclusive focused psychotherapist who believes that everyone can have a healthy relationship with their body. She prioritizes an anti-diet approach and practices weight inclusivity in every individual and group therapy session, challenging the status quo that many women and men grow up believing.

Jill completed her group training in New York City through the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society and continued her group work to earn her CGP (certification in group psychotherapy). Jill is passionate about groups and the interpersonal process. She joined the Atlanta Group Psychotherapy board as the social chair, utilizing two of her strengths, connection with others and group work. She became the SIG (special interest groups) Private Practice Co-chair in the fall of 2019 and loves the collaboration of private practice work and group work.

Jill started her private practice in 2009 and her group practice in 2015, where she oversees other clinicians passionate about mental health and physical wellbeing. She also regularly supervises other clinicians, including those earning their CEDS (certified eating disorder specialist) in either an individual or group environment. Jill currently runs two groups, an eating disorder recovery interpersonal process group and a 40+ group.

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