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  • Sun, October 01, 2017 3:52 PM | Gail Kaplan

    Three six-week sessions beginning in October 2017. An introduction to psychoanalytic thinking for both early career clinicians and those in the field who are interested in learning more about psychoanalysis. Class size is limited to 12.

    Presented by South Bay Community for Psychoanalytic Study & Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California

    Kali Hess, MFT <kalihess2122@gmail.com> 


  • Mon, June 26, 2017 4:53 PM | Karla Brown

    I'm planning an exciting 8 week group for Black women in the Silicon Valley. With so few Black people around, life can sometimes feel isolating. My partner, Anim Aweh, and I are here to help heal pain while promoting financial, spiritual and relationship growthClick for more information: http://bit.ly/GroupForBlackWomen

  • Tue, June 20, 2017 8:35 AM | Bridget Bertrand

    Process Works
    Are you open to finding more about how group therapy could work for you? We run a therapy group that has two openings as of June 2017. This group is limited to 7 adults of any gender, 25 and older. We ask that you commit to 6 months. This commitment keeps the group safe and insures you have the time to work more deeply on yourself.  

    We will meet Tuesday evenings from 7:00-8:30 pm in San Mateo, CA.

    What might you experience?  You will find social connections & carve out the time to work on becoming your best self. You can decrease depression and anxiety. Group therapy is a proven way to gain therapeutic benefits. It's a good bit less expensive than one on one sessions and you get two therapists each week focusing on you.

    Find yourself curious? Please call, email, or check out our online presence for more info about us. 
    This group is led by:
    Ari-Asha Castalia, MA, LMFT, ATR,
    Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist 82973 and Registered Art Therapist

    and 

    Bridget Bertrand, MA, LMFT,
    Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist 83020 

    Call 650-539-4325 today for a free 20 minute opportunity to connect with us and find out more.  Or email bridget@bridgetbertrand.com 

  • Mon, June 12, 2017 5:23 PM | Arlene Ticoulet
    DivaDiversity, a non-profit company is providing an Experiential Workshop to assist you with working with diversity issues with clients.  
    On: Saturday, June 17th from 10am-12pm 
    Where: The Process Therapy Institute - 595 Millich Drive, Suite 102, Campbell, 95008.  
    Fees: $25
    RSVP as space is limited! to:  divadiversity@gmail.com
    We ask that you arrive no later than 15min prior to the event start time.  Please note that CEUs will be provided for an additional cost of $25.  

    To learn more about our events please go to: http://www.divadiversity.com/better-business-through-diversity/events/

  • Mon, May 29, 2017 5:49 AM | Susan Borkin

    In exchange for your participation in a supervised doctoral study, you will receive 8 hours of continuing education at no charge. This is a great opportunity to take part in a fun & engaging course. Please go to www.WritingFromtheInsightOut.com for more information, or call Susan Borkin at (408) 973-7877 or e-mail at SBorkin@Saybrook.edu.


  • Wed, May 24, 2017 10:35 PM | Karla Brown

    Join us as we learn the basics of eating disorders:

    • Observable and non-observable signs
    • Connection to trauma
    • Cultural considerations
    • How to approach clients in a non-judgmental way

    Aileen B. Cho, MA, RDT, LMFT is a lead psychotherapist and a registered drama therapist at Cielo House (a residential and PHP for treating eating disorders).

    http://ptitraining.processes.org/for-licensed-professionals/events

  • Thu, May 18, 2017 4:02 PM | Karla Brown

    In this group training experience you will have the opportunity to strengthen your group leadership skills by 1) participating in a live group experience (10 max); 2) receiving group therapy training; 3) discussing the live experience.

    Register at CSGP.org

  • Wed, May 10, 2017 5:35 PM | Marialena Malejan-Roussere

    "Knowing Me, Loving Me" - is a women's process group located in San Mateo.  The group meets on Wednesday mornings.  It will appeal to women who... 

    • Long for more intimacy and happiness in their lives
    • Know what they want and seek the support to move into bold action
    • Respect the process of how personal dynamics may be creating or blocking what is desired
    • Get that tuning into self is a valuable resource for finding one's own voice and the natural solutions that reside within
    Marialena Malejan-Roussere is a licensed MFT and certified group psychotherapist.  She has been running groups for over ten years.  Please contact for more information 408.702.7429 or www.relationshipharmony.com



  • Wed, May 03, 2017 2:36 PM | Whitney van Nouhuys

    Please join the Sanville Institute for our spring convocation on Saturday, June 24, 2017 from 10am-5pm at The Hillside Club in Berkeley. $99 includes lunch and 5 CE Credits for LCSWS, MFTs, and Psychologists. Discounted rate of $50 for students. More information and registration at www.sanville.edu/spring2017

    Two Dissertation Presentations by Graduating Sanville Students
    Terri Rubinstein, MFT - The Intersection of Empathy and Compassion in the Therapeutic Stance with Dual and Nondual Experience

    Lynn Rosenfield, LCSW - Unraveling Cultural Countertransference: The Experience of Western-Trained Caucasian Therapists Working With Asian-American Adults

    Revisiting the Dissertation of a Sanville Faculty Member
    Susan Spiegel, PhD, LCSW- Growing up Biracial

  • Tue, April 25, 2017 11:18 AM | Deborah Runyeon

    Group in Redwood City (potential supplement to other therapy):

    Making the Most out of Midlife:  A weekly ongoing group for women in transition.  Collaboration with individual therapist as appropriate.

    Wednesdays 6:30 – 8 PM   Group is closed once filled.

    Contact:  Deborah Dowse Runyeon, MFT, CGP (Certified Group Psychotherapist)

    650-363-0249 x111   deborahmft@myastound.net


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