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The American Balint Society is 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to improving the therapeutic relationships between healing professionals and their clients/patients.
   
The American Balint
Society is a member
 

 

  Leadership Intensive
  Long Beach Island, NJ
  November 3-6.

  2nd National Meeting
  Oak Brook, IL
  July 21-24, 2016

The American Balint Society

is a member society of the 

International Balint Federation.

The American Balint Society

is a member society of the 

International Balint Federation.

The American Balint Society

is a member society of the 

International Balint Federation.

The American Balint Society strives to


 Develop & Support
 professionals who lead or are members of Balint groups

Promote & Encourage
increased participation in Balint group work

Teach & Study
the nature, use and effectiveness of Balint groups

Read more....

At the spring 2014 Leadership Intensive the faculty discussed the question
"What are Balint groups?"

 

2nd National ABS Meeting - Chicago, IL

 
July 21- 24, 2016
The theme of the meeting is: 
Best Practices & New Directions
 
 
 
Keynote Speaker: John Salinsky
Join us for:
the CE and CME - four half days, national and international scholars
the latest in Training - credentialing, fellowship
the Research - new approaches to Balint group research
the Colleagues - reconnect, reacquaint, networking 
the Groups - classic Balint groups, intensive format, credentialed leaders
the Essay winners - Enid Balint Essay Prize winners.

 

Leadership Training Intensive - Long Beach Island

 
November 3-6, 2016
 
Join us in this beautiful natural setting for great training with excellent colleagues.
More Info          Register Now
 

Save the Dates - Seattle Leadership Training Intensive

March 30 - April 2, 2017
Yes! Your favorite excuse for visiting the Pacific Northwest. Watch here for details. 

A NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR LEADERSHIP TRAINING


The ABS has created a Balint Group Leader Education Fellowship.  The goals of the fellowship year include providing education and a beginning level of leadership skill at lower cost and lesser time commitment than full leader credentialing, while encouraging those interested in going on to credentialed status to do so.

 

To learn more about this new program and how to secure a place in the first class of fellows (limited to 16 per year), please contact Albert Lichtenstein PhD, Fellowship Director, Lichtenstein_Albert@guthrie.org.

 

Fellowship Brochure        Download Application

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