Child/Youth Consultation Group

"I've been in one of Dr. Hartman's child consultation groups for over a year and plan to stay. I learn so much new every time plus reinforcing what's important in the treatment of kids/teens. It's also building my confidence and clarity in the kind of professional practice I'm pursuing. " - JoAnne, Studying for licensing exam

Participants:

  • Interns & Pre-/Post-licensure 

        Psychotherapists

  • Last Tues of the month

     6:30pm - 7:20pm

  • ​​Additional days/times tbd

  • 4-session package, $40/session, paid in full

  • Minimum 8+ participants

  • Attend in person, phone or online (if possible)

 

"Thank you for considering our group - I'm devoted to each and every participant's professional path. I set a strong container, keep it semi-structured... and my top goal is professional and emotional safety. While this is a didactic group, I often invite participants to use the group for a degree of processing in the service of professional development. I'll give lessons, particpants ask questions or share progress and I offer my consultation in response. What you put into the group is what you'll get out of it. Oh... and I assign homework between meetings that inspires you to stretch your comfort zone, lazer-focus on your goals and achieve the professional and career results you're pursuing. I credit my consultation group for helping me get to where I am today! Join us!" - Dr. Julie Hartman

Structure/Format:

 

  • Group leader (volunteer participant) coordinates dates for each participant to present a Professional Identity/Career Development topic that he/she is addressing, such as 'branding', marketing, referrals, financials, solo practice vs. group practice, self-promotion, confidence/vulnerability, laws/ethics

  • Dr. Hartman offers specific coaching/consultation, including recommendations, examples, exercises and modeling to help participants make progress on their goals 

  • Participants ask Dr. Hartman clarifying questions and she'll faciliate the opportunity for participants to engage in 'cross-talk' or offer each other suggestions on topic

 

Sample benefits:

 

  • Learn new ways of treating issues in  youth clients from a AMDCBT perspective (Attachment0based, Mindfulness-oriented, Developmentally-supportive CBT Approach)

  • Become more skillful in authentic presence and using your personality to elicit compliance with youth.
  • Organize your assets i.e. "Make a mind-map of your assets... I'll do it here on the white board to get you started..."

  • Learn and practice calculated risks, i.e. "Let's explore which risks you're ready for, which feel too scary and why, then let's create a hierarchy of what step/risk makes sense to do next."

  • In addition to Dr. Hartman's consultation, the group format offers the opportunity to learn from each other's development as well

 

Contact Dr. Hartman to discuss ways she may be able to support you.

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