Welcome to the Westchester Group Psychotherapy Society Web Site

A local affiliate society of the
American Group Psychotherapy Association, Inc.

Dedicated to the highest ethical and professional standards in the practice of group psychotherapy, Westchester Group Psychotherapy Society (WGPS) was formed to promote education, research, training, and the open exchange of ideas between mental health professionals on the practice of group psychotherapy. In addition, WGPS provides information on group psychotherapy to the general public.

Meetings are open to mental health professionals and students interested in the practice of group psychotherapy within the counties of Westchester, Rockland, Duchess, Putnam, and Orange, in New York State, and adjacent areas of Southern Connecticut.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS
 
REMINDERS

Please Save the Dates!

 

April 15, 2016
Racial Identity Development and Implications for Group Work
presented by
Christine Schmidt, LCSW
(Flyer)

June 10, 2016
Year End Dinner


 

Renew your membership today:

Renewing WGPS members - please complete the Group Therapy Questionnaire and the Membership Application and mail both forms to us along with your dues.

Please note that all forms should be mailed to:

Len Malter, PsyD
12 Hillside Terrace
Irvington, NY 10533

Be sure to read the most recent copy of WGPS Newsletter (Click here)


WGPS has recently instituted a "suggestion box" for the input of your ideas and feedback. Please use it!  We want to hear from you. (Click here)

2015-2016:

The next American Group Psychotherapy Association (AGPA) Annual Meeting theme will be "Group: Creating Connection in Turbulent Times." The meeting will take place February 23-28, 2015 at the Westin Copley Place Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts. Visit the AGPA website, www.agpa.org, for more details.

Westchester County Psychological Association offers ongoing programming related to clinicians in Westchester, working in private practice, schools, agencies and academic settings.  These programs are not always group-related but always interesting and relevant to our work as therapists. Please visit WCPA's website, http://westchesterpsych.org/calendar.html, for more details.