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Supportive Interpersonal Psychotherapy Process Group

Group Facilitator: 
Ann Steiner, Ph.D., MFT, CGP, FAGPA
Contact Phone: 
(925) 962-0060
Contact Email: 
Group Type: 
Mixed-Gender Group
City: 
Lafayette
Meeting Day(s) and Time(s): 
Wednesday 5:00-6:30pm

Want More Meaningful Relationships?

If so, this co-ed, process group may be what you are looking for.

Are you interested in understanding what is getting in your way of having more satisfying personal and professional relationships? If so, this warm long-term, co-ed group of psychologically curious and aware men and women may be a good place to look more deeply at how you relate to others in your life.

Members are dealing with trust, intimacy and relationship issues in their personal and professional lives.

I use a collaborative approach in screening potential members and with member’s individual therapists. You can find more details about my group work and screening process online by following this link:
http://www.drsteiner.com/therapygrps_about.html

Group Leader Bio: 
Ann Steiner, Ph.D., M.F.T., CGP,* FAGPA* has been leading psychotherapy groups, for 30 years, supervises, trains and provides consultation to therapists. She is a Fellow* and recently elected Board Member of the American Group Psychotherapy Society*, was president of Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society, and served as an Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of California Medical School, S.F. for over 14 years. Dr. Steiner has been training and consulting to therapists for 26 years, and is on the faculty of The Psychotherapy Institute's Group Therapy Training Program. She is the author of the newly released “Starting and Sustaining Groups that Thrive: Workbook and Planning Guide.”