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Balint Online Group Led by Lichtenstein/Buck

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 to Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Additional Info:
Albert B Lichtenstein
Special Projects
Registration is required before Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at 12:00 AM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Cancellation Policy:
If canceled by the ABS or hosts for lack of signup, those registered will receive their money back. Otherwise, no return of fees is possible, including in the event of registrant’s partial attendance or inability to complete the sequence of sessions.

Credentialed Leaders facilitating the group:

Albert Lichtenstein, PhD & Lisa Buck, MD

Time: 7:oopm - 8:00pm Eastern Time

Number of meetings and Dates:

Ten (10) monthly meetings on the following Tuesdays: February 9, 2021; March 9, 2021; April 13, 2021; May 11, 2021; June 8, 2021; July 13, 2021; August 10, 2021; September 14, 2021; October 12, 2021; and November 9, 2021.

1.) Identify aspects of challenging practitioner/client
relationships which impact their practices;
2.) Define what experiences for the practitioner can be
improved through the use of a Balint group;
3.) Differentiate between reactivity and authentic
responsiveness in the practitioner/patient relationship;
4.) Formulate different options for handling challenging
patient encounters.
5.) Describe the usefulness of the group process for
members as well as case presenters.
6.) Identify language that minimizes or detracts from the
individuality of the “other”.
7.) Define the relational impact of the work of identifying
with a patient.
8.) Compare Balint group work with conventional case

 "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