Mangione and Students at Group Psychotherapy Meeting

Lorraine Mangione, professor of clinical psychology, and PsyD students Christina Chestna, Jean Devenny, and Viktoriya Fuzaylova attended the American Group Psychotherapy Association’s annual conference in Boston in early March.

They presented a colloquy on “Early Training for Group Psychotherapists:  Challenges, Risks, and Rewards,” which was well-received and followed by  good dialogue about boundaries, training, experiential learning, and metaphor.  

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