Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society

The Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society (MAGPS) is a regional affiliate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association that serves group therapists in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.

Spring 2022 Virtual Conference / Passing the Torch: Viewing Intergenerational Dynamics in Group

  • 21 May 2022
  • 8:30 AM
  • 22 May 2022
  • 1:30 PM
  • Virtual (Zoom)

Registration

  • For attendees who have been granted a scholarship and want to collect CE. (Please enter registration code below).

    For information on applying to a scholarship, please visit: https://magps.org/scholarships
  • For attendees who have been granted a scholarship and do not need CE. (Please enter registration code below).
  • Price for first-time (paid) attendees who need a CE certificate.
  • Price for first-time (paid) attendees who do NOT need a CE certificate
  • Price for members who need a CE certificate
  • Price for members who do NOT need a CE certificate
  • Price for New Professionals (<2 years since graduation) who do need a CE certificate.
  • Price for New Professionals (<2 years since graduation) who do NOT need a CE certificate.
  • Price for non-members who need a CE certificate
  • Price for non-members who do NOT need a CE certificate
  • Registration for conference presenters and SGLs.
  • Registration for small group leaders who need CEs.
  • Price for students and retirees. Does not include CE certificate.

Registration is closed

REGISTER TODAY!

In recent years there has been a great emphasis placed on the ways society views and talks about their generational differences. The field of psychology is not immune to those generational dynamics, especially as it relates to dynamics within groups. It is time that therapists view how intergenerational dynamics appear in group spaces if we are to help society navigate the cultural changes that are happening today.

Click here to view our Conference webpage and get more information.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

1. Participants will be able to differentiate five different generational categories that may be seen in group dynamics. 

2. Participants will be able to define ageism and compare its bidirectional impact on group members.

3. Participants will be able to identify how intersectionality appears within intergenerational spaces. 

4. Participants will be able to describe three potential intergenerational conflicts that can arise in group dynamics.

5. Participants will be able to identify two intergenerational dynamics within large group spaces. 

6. Participants will be able to assess the impact of intergenerational dynamics within relationships of client-group, co-facilitators, and/or supervisor-supervisee.

REGISTRATION RATES AND INFORMATION

Conference Fees:
MAGPS Member: $295
Non-member: $385
1st Time Attendee: $230
New Professional: $150
Student/Retiree: $100
*CE/CME Processing Fee: $40

Registration Deadline: 
Friday, May 13, 2022

Cancellation Policy:
Full refund less $25 if cancellation made by May 13; 
No refunds after that date.

9.5 CE/CME
(will meet Diversity standards, Pending Approval)

(Co-sponsored by The Washington School of Psychiatry)

For registration assistance, or to register by phone, contact our conference registrar Sonia Kahn at registration@magps.org. For more information, visit our 2022 Spring Conference website, view our Conference Brochureor contact the conference chairs, Liz Marsh, LICSW, CGP, ATR & Karen Eberwein, PsyD, CGP at conferences@magps.org.

*NOTE: Regretfully, CEs for Professional Counselors will not be available for this conference. We hope that the Professional Counselors in our community will still considering joining us without the CE Processing Fee!

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