Oct
13
to Oct 14

Fall HIGPS MAUI Institute with Jan Morris, PhD, ABPP, FAGPA, CGP

Jan Morris, PhD, ABPP, FAGPA, CGP
presenting
From Preverbal to Verbal: Translating the Language of the Body to Promote Intimacy and Connection in Group

Sat (9-4:30) & Sun (8:30-3:30) • Oct 13 -  14, 2018

HIGPS Annual Institutes with visiting facilitator. 
Visiting facilitators usually present one Institute on Oahu and a second Institute on Maui for two consecutive weekends. 

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Oct
6
to Oct 7

Fall HIGPS OAHU Institute with Jan Morris, PhD, ABPP, FAGPA, CGP

Jan Morris, PhD, ABPP, FAGPA, CGP
presenting
From Preverbal to Verbal: Translating the Language of the Body to Promote Intimacy and Connection in Group

Sat (9-4:15) & Sun (9-4:15) • Oct 6 -  7, 2018

HIGPS Annual Institutes with visiting facilitator. 
Visiting facilitators usually present one Institute on Oahu and a second Institute on Maui for two consecutive weekends. 

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Aug
19
7:00 PM19:00

Online Group based on the book • From the Couch to the Circle: Group Analytic Psychotherapy in Practice by John R. Schlapobersky

  • Sessions facilitated by HIGPS via ZOOM (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

SUNDAY 8/19/18 ONLY, we meet at 7pm (Hawaii time) as we are honored to have John Schlapobersky join us from England. The purpose of this workshop/discussion group is to increase participants’ effectiveness as therapists and group leaders, by increasing the therapeutic quality of their sessions and groups. The format provides an in-depth study of the book From the Couch to the Circle (available at amazon.com) and includes both self-reflective and didactic discussion of group and personal experience. This book has been acclaimed as the next great group psychotherapy text after Yalom’s well known The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy. Author John Schlapobersky has generously offered to join us when possible.

• Group Sessions are a FREE benefit of HIGPS Membership
• 18 sessions, 1 chapter/month

1.5 CEUs/session approved by ADAD ($10/session)

To register or for more information,
email (type:
HIGPS Online in subject line)
or call:

Pamela Menter 808.295.0932
pamelamenter@yahoo.com   

or:
Mitch Berman 808.280.1670
mmb246@gmail.com   

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Jul
20
8:30 AM08:30

Conducting Group Psychotherapy with Military Service Members & Veterans

  • Conducting Group Psychotherapy with Military Service Members & Veterans (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
  • Friday, July 20, 2018
  • 9:00am  5:00pm
    Registration at 8:30am
  • 41-038 Wailea Street
    Waimanalo, HI 96795

For facilitators treating those with issues relating to Substance Use Disorders or other Mental Health impairments.
6.5 ADAD Continuing Education Units

For More information:
Pamela Menter
PamelaMenter@yahoo.com

808.295.0932

Download Registration Form PDF Here

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Apr
15
4:00 PM16:00

Online Group based on the book • From the Couch to the Circle: Group Analytic Psychotherapy in Practice by John R. Schlapobersky

  • Sessions facilitated by HIGPS via ZOOM (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The purpose of this workshop/discussion group is to increase participants’ effectiveness as therapists and group leaders, by increasing the therapeutic quality of their sessions and groups. The format provides an in-depth study of the book From the Couch to the Circle (available at amazon.com) and includes both self-reflective and didactic discussion of group and personal experience. This book has been acclaimed as the next great group psychotherapy text after Yalom’s well known The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy. Author John Schlapobersky has generously offered to join us when possible.

• The first 3 groups are FREE — open to both members AND nonmembers.
• Additional Group Sessions 4-18 are a FREE benefit of HIGPS Membership
• 18 sessions, 1 chapter/month

1.5 CEUs/session approved by ADAD ($10/session)

To register or for more information,
email (type:
HIGPS Online in subject line)
or call:

Pamela Menter 808.295.0932
pamelamenter@yahoo.com   

or:
Mitch Berman 808.280.1670
mmb246@gmail.com   

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Nov
3
8:00 AM08:00

OAHU HIGPS • Experiential Workshop with Bernice Strand, MSW, LCSW, CSAC, CCTP, CGP

  • Ethical Issues in Behavioral Health (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
  • Friday, November 3, 2017
  • 8:00am  4:00pm
  • Fellowship Hall
    45-416 Kamehameha Highway
    Kaneohe, HI 96744

Ethical Issues in Behavioral Health

For facilitators treating those with issues relating to Substance Use Disorders or other Mental Health impairments.
Students and other associated providers also welcome.

6.0 ADAD Continuing Education Units
6.0 NASW-Hawaii CE Approval HI62792017-138

For More information:
Pamela Menter
PamelaMenter@yahoo.com

808.295.0932

Download Registration Form PDF Here

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Oct
14
to Oct 15

Fall HIGPS Maui Institute with Haim Weinberg, Phd, CGP, FAGPA and Martha Gilmore, PhD, CGP, FAGPA

Haim Weinberg, PhD, CGP, FAGPA, and
Martha Gilmore, PhD, CGP, FAGPA
presenting
Experiencing Relational Group Psychotherapy

Sat (9-5) & Sun (9-3) • Oct 14 -  15, 2017

HIGPS Annual Institutes with visiting facilitator. 
Visiting facilitators usually present one Institute on Oahu and a second Institute on Maui for two consecutive weekends. 

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Oct
7
to Oct 8

Fall HIGPS Oahu Institute with Haim Weinberg, Phd, CGP, FAGPA and Martha Gilmore, PhD, CGP, FAGPA

Haim Weinberg, PhD, CGP, FAGPA, and
Martha Gilmore, PhD, CGP, FAGPA
presenting
Experiencing Relational Group Psychotherapy

Sat (9-5) & Sun (9-3) • Oct 7 -  8, 2017

HIGPS Annual Institutes with visiting facilitator. 
Visiting facilitators usually present one Institute on Oahu and a second Institute on Maui for two consecutive weekends. 

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May
27
8:00 AM08:00

Maui Experiential Workshop with Bernice Strand, MSW, LCSW, CSAC, CCTP, CGP

  • Saturday, May 27, 2017
  • 8:00am  4:00pm
  • University of Hawaii, Maui Campus
    310 W. Ka'ahumanu Avenue
    KaLama 104A, Kahului, HI 96732 

Ethical Issues in Behavioral Health

For facilitators treating those with issues relating to Substance Use Disorders or other Mental Health impairments.
Students and other associated providers also welcome.

6.0 ADAD Continuing Education Units
6.0 NASW-Hawaii CE Approval HI62792017-132

For More information:
Mitch Berman, MA, LMFT, CGP
808.280.1670

Download Registration Form PDF Here

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Nov
19
to Nov 20

Fall HIGPS Oahu Institute with Suzanne B. Phillips Psy.D., ABPP, CGP, FAGPA

November 19-20, 2016 • OAHU 

Oahu Institute with
Suzanne B. Phillips Psy.D., ABPP, CGP, FAGPA
presenting
Trauma As an Integral Part of Life:
The Use of Groups as a Context for Understanding, Connection and Recovery

Sat (9-4) & Sunday (9-1:30) 

HIGPS Annual Institutes with visiting facilitator. 
Visiting facilitators usually present one Institute on Maui for the first weekend and a second Institute on Oahu for the second weekend. 

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Nov
12
to Nov 13

Fall HIGPS Maui Institute with Suzanne Phillips, PsyD, ABPP, CGP, FAGPA

November 12-13, 2016 • MAUI

Maui Institute with
Suzanne B. Phillips Psy.D., ABPP, CGP, FAGPA
presenting
Trauma As an Integral Part of Life:
The Use of Groups as a Context for Understanding, Connection and Recovery

Sat (9-5) & Sunday (9-2) 

HIGPS Annual Institutes with visiting facilitator. 
Visiting facilitators usually present one Institute on Maui for the first weekend and a second Institute on Oahu for the second weekend. 

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Nov
11
6:00 PM18:00

Suzanne B. Phillips Psy.D., ABPP, CGP, FAGPA: The Road from Trauma and Loss to Unexpected Resilience and Hope

Hawaiian Islands Group Psychotherapy Society (HIGPS)
and Mental Health America present

Suzanne B. Phillips Psy.D., ABPP, CGP, FAGPA

A FRIDAY NIGHT TALK ON:
The Road from Trauma and Loss to Unexpected Resilience and Hope

Friday, November 11, 2016•  6 - 8:30 pm

Cameron Center Auditorium • Maui
sponsored in conjunction with
Mental Health America

FREE attendance •  2.5 ADAD CEU’s ($20)
Refreshments

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Jun
24
8:00 AM08:00

Kauai Experiential Workshop with Bernice Strand, MSW, LCSW, CSAC, CCTP

Ethical Issues in Behavioral Health

For facilitators treating those with issues relating to Substance Use Disorders or other Mental Health impairments.
Students and other associated providers also welcome.

For More information:
Maile Murray, CSAC, SAP
mmurray@cfs-hawaii.org   •   808.245.5914

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Apr
29
6:00 PM18:00

HIGPS presents Caroline Sakai, PhD | Overcoming Adversity and Stress with Thought Field Therapy

6-7pm Oahu Aloha Hui Meet and Greet | Potluck

7 - 7:30 pm Caroline Sakai, PhD Presentation & ZOOM Online Event*

Learn about using a meridian-based energy tapping method that is an evidence-based practice (SAMHSA and NREPP) for trauma, stressor-related disorders and symptoms, self-regulation, resilience, anxiety, depression, panic, phobias

*For More information & to register for zoom presentation:  

Pamela Menter, MA, ATR
808.295.0932
pamelamenter@yahoo.com
OR pmenter@queens.org

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Feb
22
to Feb 27

AGPA Annual Meeting

American Group Psychotherapy Association • AGPA
Annual Meeting

Transformation in Group: From Isolation to Connection

American Group Psychotherapy Association Annual Meeting
February 22-27, 2016

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel -- New York, New York

The Annual Meeting is designed for clinicians, as well as mental health workers, psychiatric residents and graduate students in mental health degree programs. It is composed of two major sections: the Institute and the Conference.

The Institute is held on Tuesday & Wednesday, February 23 & 24 (with Special Institute Presentations scheduled for Monday, February 22). The two-day Institute is devoted to small group teaching primarily in the experiential mode. The Conference is held on Thursday-Saturday, February 25-27 and offers a variety of formats, including courses, limited registration workshops as well as open session panels on special topics and original scientific paper sessions.

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