Interactive Training Group

Group trainingThe Interactive Training Group is for therapists and group leaders who are currently leading a group or who plan to lead one in the future.

It is a full-fledged Interactive Group that also includes training and supervision on leading Interactive Groups and IFS groups. Click here for a complete description of Interactive Groups.

In addition to the usual Interactive Group work, I teach about leading groups using our group as an example. You have opportunities to ask questions and get supervision on groups that you are leading or starting. The text for the group is my book, Interactive Group Therapy. We discuss the following topics:

  • How to structure a group
  • Developmental stages of a group
  • Group process
  • Facilitating interactions
  • Incorporating IFS in group work
  • Dealing with reactions to the group leader
  • When the leader’s parts get triggered
  • Interviewing new group members
  • Dealing with difficult group members
  • Group roles
  • Group consultations

Second and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
10am – 12 noon pacific time (1-3pm eastern, 6-8pm UK)
Starts Feb. 9

Getting Started

You meet with me for a free pre-group interview to see if the group is a good fit for your professional and personal needs.
Then you can try out the group for a month and then decide whether to continue.

For more information or a free pre-group interview, email me at

Webinar: Introduction to Interactive Groups & Training Groups

This webinar introduces both regular Interactive Groups and the Interactive Training Group. Learn about how Interactive Groups work and how they can help you grow in the way you relate to others. Learn about how the Interactive Training Group operates and how you will learn to be an effective group leader/therapist.

Wednesday, January 26
10-11:30 am pacific time (1-2:30pm eastern, 6-7:30 UK)
Click here to enroll.