SIGs are Special Interest Groups established by HGPS for mental health professionals who share a common interest in a specific area of group psychotherapy. SIGs allow like-minded group psychotherapists to share ideas and strengthen their knowledge through interaction with their colleagues. SIGs vary in size, structure and activity level, but each is open to all interested members.
For more information about joining or creating a SIG, please contact:
Brittany Burch, LCSW-S, LCDC, CGP
Erika Sosa, LMSW, LCDC
The types of SIGs available include the following:
JUNGIAN SIG: Delves into the art and craft of Jungian psychology and its contribution to group therapy. Programs and discussions include Jung’s history and writings, Jungian techniques, and the practice of expressive therapies. Every level of experience is welcome. Meetings held monthly. For more information contact Tom Carter at email@example.com or 713-628-2942.
EXPRESSIVE ARTS THERAPIES SIG: Explores the use of expressive arts therapy techniques, such as writing, drama, dance, movement, painting, and/or music, in the group setting. Includes didactic and experiential presentations. Attendees do not need to have artistic ability to enjoy and learn from this group. Meetings held monthly. For more information contact Mara Gittess at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-822-0860.
CHILD AND ADOLESCENT SIG: Explores the use of group interventions in the treatment of children and adolescents. The SIG is a forum for clinicians of varying knowledge and experience to learn from each other and provide support in this exciting, but challenging work. Meetings held monthly. For more information, contact Aaron H. Fink, MD, CGP, FAGPA at email@example.com or 713-622-5480.