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 团体关系模式下的小型研究团体顾问培训
 
北京芝加哥大学中心为有兴趣担任团体关系模式小型研究团体顾问者提供学习的机会。这个根基于精神动力学之理解团体和组织的模式,专注于发现和分析整个团体中无意识的过程并且从当下的经历中学习。北京芝加哥大学中心近几年已经成功举办了2次团体关系会议。这次提供的活动是为有兴趣在未来团体关系大会担任顾问者提供培训。
 
主办方:北京芝加哥大学中心
 
赞助方:芝加哥大学Pritzker医学院精神病学系
 
组织者:
中国心理卫生协会团体心理辅导与治疗专业委员会主任委员 樊富珉教授
芝加哥大学精神病学系讲师 Jeffrey Roth医师;美国莱斯社会系统研究所 (AKRI) 特别会员
 
日期:2017年3月24-26日(周五-周天)
 
地点:芝加哥大学北京中心
            北京海淀区中关村大街59号文化大厦20楼
邮编: 100872
 
活动目标:在团体关系大会中为参与者提供小型研究团体顾问培训。
 
学习目的:
参与者将:
——学习团体关系工作的关键概念
——学习团体关系大会的基本要素
——理解团体关系大会中顾问的角色,尤其是小型研究团体中的顾问
——体会团体关系大会顾问所需要的能力
——获得小型研究团体协同顾问的经验
 
参与者应具有的资格:
参与者应至少参与过2次团体关系大会,成员和/或工作人员的角色。有至少一次工作人员经验者优先列入考虑。
 
参与人数不超过14位。
 
培训使用语言:英语
 
培训的组成部分:
简短的演讲和讨论,实际体验,回顾和处理。培训的核心是体验性的。所有参与者都会练习团体顾问角色。
 
培训时间:
周五(下午5:30--晚上9:00)——介绍性的讲座和讨论,小型研究团体体验。
周六(上午9:00--晚上9:00)——协同顾问实践;回顾和处理;讲座和讨论;角色分析。
周日(上午9:00--下午4:00)——协同顾问实践;回顾和处理;讲座和讨论。
费用:3500元(包括星期六午晚餐,星期天午餐,及点心)
 
工作人员:
 
培训主任:Jeanne Woon博士
中密苏里大学咨询中心心理学家;团体培训师及顾问;莱斯社会系统研究所 (AKRI),中西部团体关系中心,和纽约团体、组织、社会系统研究中心会员。Woon博士毕业于哥伦比亚大学教师学院,并且曾于超过20个团体关系模式大会担任工作人员。她持有AKRI颁发的团体关系顾问证书,她是AKRI的培训和认证委员会前主席。Woon博士2014年在芝加哥大学-北京中心担任副主任。
 
培训副主任:许明辉博士
台北私人心理咨询师,组织顾问;国立新竹教育大学&亚洲大学兼任教授;莱斯社会系统研究所(AKRI)及纽约团体,组织和社会系统研究中心成员。许博士毕业于纽约大学,并且曾在纽约、伦敦、香港和北京的团体关系大会中担任顾问。
 
行政组:鲁小华博士
北京交通大学心理咨询中心副教授;中国人民大学商学院博士后;中国心理卫生协会团体心理辅导与治疗专业委员会秘书长。
鲁小华博士参加了两届北京团体关系会议,担任文化翻译及行政副主任的角色。并参加了美国芝加哥团体关系会议。
 
 
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申请截止日期:2016年11月18日。
 
请提交完整的申请表至鲁小华博士:ttzwh2016@126.com
 
我们会通过邮件的方式通知审核通过的申请者,并发送如何付费的说明。费用支付日期:2016年12月18日。如未收到费用,该申请者将被下一个合格的申请者替换。

Consulting to Small Study Groups in the Group Relations Model
– A Training Event
 
The University of Chicago Center in Beijing presents an opportunity for persons who are interested in learning to consult to small study groups in the group relations model. This psychodynamically-rooted model for understanding groups and organizations focuses on discovering and analyzing unconscious process at the group-as-a-whole level and learning from here-and-now experiences. The Center, having hosted two successful group relations conferences in recent years, is offering this event to provide training for those who are interested in learning to consult at such conferences.
 
Host: University of Chicago Center in Beijing
 
Sponsor:University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry 
 
Organizers:
Professor Fumin Fan, Division of Group Counseling and Group Therapy, China Association for Mental Health
Jeffrey Roth, MD, Lecturer, University of Chicago Department of Psychiatry;
Fellow, A. K. Rice Institute
 
Dates: March 24-26, 2017 (Friday – Sunday)
Location: University of Chicago Center in Beijing
20th Floor, Cultural Plaza
No. 59 A Zhongguancun Street
Haidan District Beijing 100872
People’s Republic of China
 
Goal of Event: To provide participants with training in consultation to small study groups in group relations conferences.
 
Learning Objectives:
Participants will:
      -     Learn key concepts underlying group relations work
      -     Learn the essential elements of a group relations conference (GRC)
      -     Understand the role of the consultant at a GRC, particularly that of a consultant to a small study group
      -     Appreciate the competencies required of a group relations consultant
      -     Gain experience in co-consulting to a small study group
 
Participants/Eligibility: Participants must have had at least two group relations conference experiences, in the roles of member and/or staff, with preference for those who have had at least one staff role.
 
Working Language: English
Training Components: Training will include brief lectures and discussion, practical experience, review and processing. The core of the training will be experiential as all participants will practice consulting to the group.
 
Schedule of Training:
Friday (5:30-9pm) – Introductory lecture and discussion, small study group experience
Saturday (9am-9pm) – Co-consultation practice; review and process; lecture and discussion; role analysis
Sunday (9am-4pm) – Co-consultation practice; review and process; lecture and discussion
 
Space is limited to a maximum of 14 participants.
 
Fee: 3500 RMB (includes lunch and dinner on Saturday, lunch on Sunday, and refreshments during breaks)
 
Staff:
Jeanne Woon, Ph.D., Director of Training
 
Psychologist, Counseling Center, University of Central Missouri; Trainer and Consultant on group and organizational process. Associate of the AK Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems (AKRI), Midwest Center for Group Relations, and New York Center for the Study of Groups, Organizations & Social Systems. Dr. Woon was trained at Teachers College, Columbia University, and has been on the staff of over twenty conferences in the group relations model. She is certified by AKRI as a group relations consultant and is past-chair of AKRI’s Training & Certification Committee. Dr. Woon served as Associate Director of the first GRC at the U of Chicago-Beijing Center in 2014.
 
Ming-Hui Daniel Hsu, Ph.D., Associate Director of Training
 
Counseling Psychologist and Organizational Consultant in private practice, Taipei; Adjunct professor, National Hsinchu University of Education, Hsinchu & Asia University, Taichung; Associate of the AK Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems (AKRI); Member of the New York Center for the Study of Groups, Organizations & Social Systems. Dr. Hsu was trained at New York University, and has served as a consultant in group relations conferences in New York, London, Hong Kong, and Beijing.
 
Lu Xiaohua, Ph.D., Administrator
 
Associate Professor, Counselling Center of Beijing Jiaotong University;
Postdoctor of Department of Organization and Human Resources, School of Business,Renmin University of China; Secretary General of The Division of  Group Counseling and Group Therapy,Chinese Association for Mental Health. Dr. Lu has served on the staff of both Beijing group relations conferences in the roles of cultural interpreter and administrator,and she also wenti to Chicago to participate in the group relations conferences.
 
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Application deadline: November 18, 2016
 
Please submit completed application via email to Lu Xiaohua at: ttzwh2016@126.com
 
After acceptance to the training, applicants will be notified and will receive instructions via email on how and where to pay the fee. Fees should be paid by December 18, 2016. If fees are not received, the place will be released to the next qualified applicant.
 
 
Recommended Readings:

Eisold, K. (2010).  What you don’t know you know.  Our hidden motives in life,

business, and everything else.  New York:  Other Press.  

 

Gillette, Jonathan, &McCollom, Marion (1995).

Groups in context: A new perspective on group dynamics.  Lanham, MD: University Press of America.  Includes chapters such as:

Berg, David N. & Smith, Kenwyn K.  Paradox and groups.

Leach, Mark.  The process of authorization for consultants-in-training: A view from the threshold.

Wells, Leroy, Jr.  The group as a whole: A systemic socioanalytic perspective on interpersonal and group relations.

 

Green, Zachary Gabriel and Molenkamp, Rene J. (2005)

The BART System of group and organizational analysis.  www.academy.umd.edu/tle/BART

 

Hayden, Charla (2009).

Learning to consult with wonder: One approach to preparing group relations consultants.  In Aram, E., Baxter, R., &Nutkevich, A. (Eds.). Adaptation and innovation.Karnac.

 

Hayden, Charla, & Molenkamp, Rene J. (2003).

Tavistock Primer II.  In Group Relations Reader 3.

 

McRae, M. B., & Short, E. L. (2010).  Racial and cultural dynamics in group and

organizational life.  Crossing boundaries.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage.  www.sagepub.com

 

 

Smith, K. K., & Berg, D. N. (1987).  Paradoxes of group life.  Understanding conflict,

paralysis, and movement in group dynamics.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

 

Wells, Leroy Jr. (1998).Consultants as nautical navigators: A metaphor for group-takers. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences, 34, 4, 379-391.

                             

 

 

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