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Balint Online Groups
Balint Online: Decreasing isolation through peer consultation
Balint Online groups are led by ABS Credentialed Leaders and are open to members as well as non-members both nationally and internationally. As live, face-to-face activities, they may offer Category 1 CME through AAFP and APA-approved CE for psychologists.

Kathy Knowlton, PhD and David M. Schneider, MD, will be leading a group on Tuesdays from 5:30 - 6:30PM Pacific beginning October 6th. More Info

Short-term Online Balint Groups

Given the restrictions and heightened emotions from the COVID- 19 pandemic the American Balint Society is offering free short-term online Balint groups. These groups will meet every other week for four sessions, and will be structured to have a check-in at the beginning, classic Balint, and a check-in at the end. In that way the group can facilitate connection, support, and use the Balint method.

Kathy Knowlton, PhD, and Goldie Alfasi, PhD, will be leading a group on Tuesdays from 7:30-9pm Eastern beginning September 15th. More Info

Jeff Sternlieb, PhD, and Albert Lichtenstein, PhD, will be leading a group on Saturdays at noon Eastern beginning September 26th. More Info 

Leadership Training Intensives

Leadership Training Intensive: Boston
November 12 - 15, 2020

The course will be held at the Executive Conference Center on the campus of Babson College in suburban Wellesley, MA, 20 minutes from downtown Boston.


 "Restoring the Core of Clinical Practice: What is a Balint group and how does it help?" by Laurel Milberg, PhD and Katherine Knowlton, PhD. Available in paperback or ebook Order Now

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