Parkway Psychotherapy and Wellness loves to join with others to learn, grow, and support each other. We love to offer workshops or talks on topics near and dear to their heart and to inspire and enrich others.
- Working with Resistant Clients Workshop with Clerissa Cooper, LPC, NCC, CCH. Next workshop Sept 8, 2018. Workshop includes how to utilize chain analysis, use self disclosure, and practice the six levels of validation to improve therapeutic alliance, diffuse client resistance, and increase client motivation. Includes tools of DBT, CBT, MI, exposure, and interpersonal psychology. Contact Clerissa Cooper for more information or to register at 404.408.2950 or www.northatlantadbt.com
- 2-day Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills for Every Client with Clerissa Cooper, LPC, NCC, CCH. Next workshop Aug 24-25, 2018 from 9:30am-4pm. DBT’s four skills modules (mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness) will be taught and how to apply skills for your practice setting. The DBT therapy assumptions will be discussed as well as when formal DBT skills group or program is most appropriate. Contact Clerissa Cooper for more information or to register at 404.408.2950 or www.northatlantadbt.com
- Interracial Relationships: A Deeper Conversation Workshop Series with Drs. Amanda Foster and Mahlet Endale. These women of color psychologists have a passion for social justice, integrating research and practice, and having the hard conversations about racism. This multi-part workshop series about the challenges and strengths of interracial relationships will begin in the Fall/Winter when 5-10 interested participants commit. Workshops will take place once a month for 6 months on Saturdays from 1-3:30pm. $100 per family per session or $450 per family for all the sessions. Contact Drs. Amanda Foster and Mahlet Endale for questions or to register.
We bring who we are to each relationship and life situation. Interestingly, we play out many of the same roles and dynamics in group that we play out in real life. In that sense, group therapy can help us gain insight, offer connections we may need, gain advice from multiple sources at one time, provide direction and support from others, and help us heal. Healing can take place especially in groups because we feel the groups’ support and impact that normally we could downplay if it solely had been from one person.
Would you like an excellent opportunity for practicing new skills, ideas, and behaviors in a small, supporting group environment? We regularly offer the following groups at Parkway Psychotherapy and Wellness:
- Boundaries & Assertiveness
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) with Clerissa Cooper
- Partners or Family Members of BPDs (Borderline Personality Disorder)
- Meditation and Mindfulness Groups
- Trauma Survivors
- Young Adults Group with Jennifer Fennell
- Women’s, Men’s, or Co-Ed Adult Groups
- Adolescent Group with Jennifer Fennell