EHI Consultation Group Program

EHI Program Director of Clinical Training and Education and Faculty, Saybrook University: Orah T. Krug, PhD
Co-Author of Existential-Humanistic Therapy and Supervision Essentials for Existential-Humanistic Therapy.

EHI Clinical Director: Troy Piwowarski, PsyD
Co-author of a chapter in Handbook of Humanistic Psychology.

The Existential-Humanistic Institute is excited to offer Bay Area in-person existential-humanistic therapy Consult Groups.

Introduction

The Existential Humanistic Institute is offering in-person consultation groups for licensed professionals in the San Francisco Bay area led by EHI Faculty. Each group is limited to six or seven licensed Masters and/or Ph.D. psychotherapists. Consultation will focus on cases that illustrate the existential-humanistic orientation to therapeutic practice. This group is an opportunity to explore how all therapeutic orientations are enhanced by incorporating existential and humanistic perspectives.

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Consult Group Program Description

The EHI Consult Group Program is intended to give participants hands-on experiential opportunities to gain a deeper understanding of how to work with clients from an e-h perspective. Each group will be facilitated by an EHI faculty member who will serve as the group leader. Leaders will emphasize effective relational and experiential techniques that enable genuine encounters and real therapeutic change. 

    In each group participants will be able to focus on:
  • • Cultivating clients' personal and relational presence
  • • Tracking and reflecting clients' process
  • • Mirroring and resolving clients' problematic protective patterns.
    By role-playing clients we will gain depth to our understanding of:
  • • Their self and world constructs.
  • • How their protective patterns may trigger the therapist.
  • • How to work with the therapist's personal contexts to resolve therapeutic impasses.

Professional, Safe, and Supportive Group Environment

Participants will have opportunities to present cases in a safe and supportive environment. The group leader will assist the group to not only understand the complexities and nuances of the suffering of the client but also the challenges to the therapist to effect change.

Group Length: 5 Months
Five monthly meetings

Location: Bay Area
Office of Group Leader

Group Dates: Groups offered in Fall and Spring
Dates dependent on Group Leader schedule

For Group Availability Contact Us: Email our Admin, Michelle at info[@]ehinstitute.org to let us know you are interested!

Eligibility

The consult program is open to licensed professionals who seek to work experientially on cases and enhance their clinical skills; pending a successful interview with the group leader.

If you have questions about whether you might qualify please write us at info[@]ehinstitute.org.

Program Fees and Registration

Cost of Program1:

  • Fee: $350.00
  • Registration: You will be registered after acceptance into a group and subsequent payment of invoice for group fee.

*Please note: All fees may be subject to change between offerings without notice. Group fees are non-refundable, missed sessions are non-transferrable.

How do I apply to the Consult Group?

  • Contact our Admin, Michelle at info[at]ehinstitute.org- she will connect you with a group leader who can discuss participation in a consult group with you.

Registration process:

Once accepted by a group leader you will be registered for a Group as soon as we receive your payment of the Consult Group invoice. We will invoice you upon acceptance into a group.

What is the deadline for getting into a group?

We will interview potential participants year-round and will communicate group openings to interested accepted participants as they become available. Contact us as soon as possible to secure participation in a group.

Contact Us

We are here to answer any questions you have about the Consult Group program:

Orah T. Krug, PhD
EHI Program Director of Education and Training
Saybrook Faculty

Info[at]ehinstitute.org

Troy Piwowarski, PsyD
EHI Clinical Director
Troy[at]ehinstitute.org

Michelle V.
EHI Admin Assistant
info[at]ehinstitute.org