Clinical Consultation Groups for Therapists

“The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.”

— CG Jung

 

Many of us find therapeutic counseling very rewarding and motivating because of the much-needed good it can do in the world. Our life relationships do more than nurture positive change for our clients. Good professional relationships can powerfully enhance our own well-being and effectiveness.

Connection with trusted colleagues is key to processing our interactions with clients, and what is going on within us — which we all need to do, all the time.

Our clinical consultation groups provide many benefits, including:

  • Helping inform us about important therapeutic tools and techniques
  • Providing a basis for wonderful and fulfilling collegial relationships
  • Preventing burnout
  • Helping us recognize our best strengths, and how to develop them
  • Giving us highly cost-effective, regular access to the expertise of each member

Each member’s clinical experience gives us a wealth of understanding to share in support of each other. Group clinical consultation is a safe place to talk about complexities of a case, the kind of practice you want to build, or to explore and develop what you bring to your work. What a wonderful gift to your clients! We are here for you and invite you to join this empowering group.

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Quick Facts

Meeting Time:

The first Wednesday of each month from 10:00AM to 11:30AM for a set number of sessions per cycle

Meeting Location:

300 N. Washington St., Suite #305
Alexandria, VA 22314

Group Size:

  • 5 members (maximum)
  • 1 leader (Robyn E. Brickel, M.A., LMFT)

Skills and Training that may be Discussed or Used:

  • Trauma informed care
  • Strengths-based approach
  • Ego State Psychotherapy
  • Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
  • Addiction treatment models
  • Various models of couples therapy

How to Join:

New groups form regularly. The first step is to contact me, Robyn Brickel, at Robyn@robynbrickel.com 
or 703-518-8883. Our conversation will answer all your questions, and make sure we both understand how we can best support your needs.

Group clinical consultations are an invaluable part of professional self-care that enables you to do your best work. I look forward to talking with you.