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2019 Long Beach Island Balint Leadership Training Intensive

Thursday, October 17, 2019 to Sunday, October 20, 2019
Engleside Inn
Engleside Inn
30 Engleside Ave
Beach Haven, NJ  08008

(609) 492-1251
Additional Info:
Jeffrey Sternlieb
Leadership Training Intensives
Registration is required before Friday, September 20, 2019
Payment In Advance Only
Registrants should be clinically active and willing to present cases. To support group development necessary for learning, registrants must attend all scheduled activities. Please do not plan to come late or leave early.

Cancellation Policy
Registrants wishing to cancel their registration must do so in writing by the cancellation deadline of September 17, 2019. For cancellations received by the cancellation date, $100 of the registration fee will be withheld for administrative fees and refunds will be issued after the conference. For cancellations received after September 17, 2019, no refunds will be available.
Registration cancellations will be accepted until Tuesday, September 17, 2019 at 11:45 PM
This training offers practical, experiential learning opportunities for those who are currently leading or hope to lead Balint groups. Small group sessions are led by two faculty members who are credentialed Balint leaders. Each session includes a Balint group followed by debriefing of group process and leader interventions. Participants have the opportunity to practice leading Balint groups and receive feedback on their leadership skills. Each group will record a Balint group and debrief the video. Critical issues of Balint work will be addressed during topic-focused discussions. During this Balint Leadership Training Intensive, a few experienced participants may be co-leading small group sessions as a part of an evaluation process by which they hope to become credentialed Balint group leaders. If we have credentialing candidates, we will ask all members of their small group to complete an assessment of the candidate’s effectiveness during one of the two sessions in which the candidate is acting as a co-leader. We believe this process furthers your learning of Balint leadership skills, in addition to offering the candidate helpful feedback.

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