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  • Tue, December 12, 2017 10:25 AM | Matt Ahrens
    I'm in this group as an intern, it's very helpful for my work with couples. Posting for Gal, the leader. Contact him directly for further info. 

    Hello everyone, 

    Are you currently working or planning to work with couples? Couples therapy sessions can be challenging and discouraging. You can easily feel like you're lost or stuck and sometimes even consider giving up on it... That's why getting support around it can be crucial!  

    I have openings in a consultation group dedicated to couples therapy.The focus of the group is working experientially with couples, from a unified attachment and  differentiation perspective. My approach emphasizes in the moment (body-mind) processing and integrates Hakomi, EFT (Emotionally focused couples therapy),  PACT (the work of Stan Tatkin) and other somatic modalities. 

    There are openings in two groups: East bay group (El Cerrito - Monday mornings 10am-1200pm), and San Francisco group (Wednesday 12-2 in downtown). The group is limited to 6 participants and the cost is $60 per meeting for an intern or $70 for a licensed therapist. Priority will be given for people joining weekly but there's a possibility to join once every other week. Once you register you’re responsible to pay for your spot. 

    Every meeting includes about two short consultations and one longer in depth consultation in which a participant can choose if to work on a case, show video tape of a session, role play and work in real time or work on their own reaction to a client. Participants are encouraged to videotape their sessions and bring it to the group (but it’s not required). 

    Here are some of the topics that will probably come up

    — Recognizing the couple’s negative cycle

    — Using experiential exercises to get out of content 

    — Attachment and differentiation based interventions

    — An integrative model for understanding couples dynamics

    — Accessing and transforming underlying individual wounds that affect the relationship

    ---Tracking and using somatic cues and awareness to deepen the sessions   

    — Dealing with couple’s escalation and volatility. 

    More about me: I'm a licensed psychotherapist and founder of The Couples Center. I teach couples therapy at CIIS university and at times at JFK university. I am also a teacher in the Hakomi somatic psychotherapy method. You can find out more about me here 

    If you’re interested or if you have any questions, please email me at and let me know more about your background and goals for this group. 





    March 10-11/18: Love Made Simple: Weekend couples retreat and premarital workshop 

    Date Night for couples: Sign up to get updates on our upcoming events

    Join our Facebook page 

    Gal A. Szekely, MA, MFT 

    Couples Counseling & Psychotherapy

    Co-Founder and Director of The Couples Center 

    870 Market St. #907, San Francisco, CA 94102

    Tel: (415) 938-6636 

  • Tue, November 21, 2017 3:51 PM | Constance (Connie) Habash

    Since my Sacred Journey group on every other Monday at 3:15pm has been wait-listed for several months, I have decided to add a second Sacred Journey group from 11:15am-12:45pm!  It is a wonderful adjunct to individual counseling for your spiritually-oriented clients.  I have a range of ages, and encourage diversity in all ways, especially in spiritual beliefs.  This group is for women who have done some work on themselves and want to go deeper.

    A place to call your sanctuary

    A group of women who deeply support you on your spiritual path and nurture your personal growth, healing, and transformation.

    Sunrise photo

    • Find your authenticity
    • Develop trust – in yourself, others, and the Divine
    • Learn to communicate confidently and honestly
    • Transform your relationships
    • Work through challenging emotions
    • Experience potent awareness and aliveness in the present moment
    • Discover your true, empowered Self

    Spiritual topics each session lead us to explore meaningful areas of our lives.  Meditation and other spiritual practices deepen the experience.

    This is a place to bring it all, knowing you’re accepted and embraced in your unique spiritual and personal path.  This is a Sacred Journey.

    Every other Monday in Menlo Park, 3:15-4:45pm (WAITLISTED)

    NEW – 2nd group beginning in January 2018 – every other Monday around lunchtime (TBA - likely 11:15am-12:45pm)

    $65 per session, minimum 4 month commitment
    Limited to 6 participants

    For information and to schedule your initial meeting, contact Rev. Connie: or call 650-996-2649

    Rev. Connie L. Habash, MA, LMFT, has over 20 years of experience as a holistic and spiritually-oriented psychotherapist, leading groups and working with individuals and couples.  She teaches yoga and meditation and serves on the faculty of three yoga teacher trainings in the bay area.  Ordained as an Interfaith Minister, Connie’s classes, groups, workshops, and retreats are filled with yoga philosophy and spiritual inspiration.

    Menlo Park, CA

  • Fri, November 17, 2017 4:50 PM | Marialena Malejan-Roussere

    "Knowing Me, Loving Me"

    Join a supportive circle of women and learn to create more of what you want in life through therapeutic dialog and supportive relationship. 

    Friday mornings - 9-10:30am

  • Wed, October 25, 2017 6:59 PM | Nancy Orr (Administrator)

    My group for mid to high functioning adults has room for two new members.; a man and woman. If you or a client of yours would like to be part of an ongoing supportive group of adults, aged 45 to 65 years, working on improving their capacity for relationships and learning more about themselves, please contact me at 650-961-3482.

    Alice Sklar, MFT, CGP

  • Wed, October 25, 2017 3:52 PM | Deborah Licurse

    Peace-It-Together Counseling Agency provides co and parallel parenting in our New Skills and Choices (NSC) program. Groups are available for parents who are in the process of separation and divorce.  The program helps parents build new skills in communication and parenting and to make constructive choices for their family. Parents learn new skills in using a structured parenting plan. Parents will learn how and when to communicate specific information about their child in a way that is safe for the whole family.  

    Please call 408-774-1009 to register for our New Skills and Choices Parenting Classes. More information about NSC is available at

  • Sun, October 01, 2017 3:52 PM | Deleted user

    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 <> 

  • Sun, August 27, 2017 3:05 PM | Laurie Weiss

    Two groups for Teens, ages 13-17, who struggle with Generalized Anxiety and Social Anxiety. Groups are CBT based with an exposure component.

    Laurie R. Weiss PhD

     Flyer is attached.

  • Tue, August 22, 2017 4:21 PM | Whitney van Nouhuys

    Saturday, October 7, 10am-5pm

    La Quinta Inn Continental Room: 920 University Ave Berkeley, CA 94710

    5 CE credits for LCSWs, MFTs & Psychologists

    Lunch & CE Certificate included. Standard $99, Students $50

    Click HERE to register:   

    Critical Discourse for Healers: Implications of Exposure to Complex Trauma for the Clinician with Dr. Theopia Jackson 

    Overview of Trauma and Somatic Therapy Intervention with Dr. Susan Spiegel and Rebeca Farca, MA, MFTI

  • Tue, July 25, 2017 7:09 PM | Deborah Runyeon


    MAKING THE MOST OUT OF MIDLIFE:  Process group for women.

    Purpose:  To foster more meaningful relationships with themselves and others.  Members explore the effectiveness of present behavior and experiment with new ways to interact.

    Redwood City.  Wednesdays 6:30 – 8 PM. 

    Contact Deborah Dowse Runyeon, MFT, CGP at 650-363-0249 x111.

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