Working with Resistance in Group: An Intermediate and Student / New Professional Institute
with Jay Erwin-Grotsky, LCSW, CGP, FAGPA
Often in group, members and leaders end up banging their heads against walls of resistance when they want something to change. We can get stuck trying to undo or break down resistances to having certain feelings and experiences without realizing how this can create even more entrenched resistance. By recognizing and studying the resistances that arise, rather than undoing them, we can learn to understand the person, their history, and how the resistances developed as survival skills in early life. This understanding opens up new ways of working with individual and group resistances that can lead to greater freedom from early defenses.
Saturday September 9th 9am-5pm &
Sunday September 10th 9am-12:15pm
Tickets on sale August 1st at 8:01am
Space will be limited to 10 participants, so please mark your calendars for the ticket sale date if you’d like to attend.
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