Online Meeting and Get Together 13 January 2023
The Practice of Bonding Psychotherapy - Sharing Group Methods
The Energizing Task Force has scheduled an initial meeting and get together for all members of the International Society to begin sharing the ways that providers in different parts of the world practice Bonding Psychotherapy in their groups. As we all know, we utilize the same theory but each group has its own flavor. There has been an interest in learning how others run their groups. This will be an opportunity to meet each other and to share our experiences.
In the initial meeting, Lorenzo Brocchini, TF of Italy will discuss his way of conducting BP groups. We have set aside a 3 hour time period in order to allow enough time for good discussion and sharing.
Again, the date is 13 January 2023 and the meeting times are:
- 1100 to 1400 Eastern US
- 1300 to 1600 Argentina
- 1600 to 1900 Portugal
- 1700 to 2000 Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Slovenia
Join us for a good start to the new year!
If you have any questions, please contact Daniele Furlan at firstname.lastname@example.org
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