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What's New at
Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy?

Office and Conference Room Rental

For Rent Full Time: One full time psychotherapy offices, may be furnished by you, available now, all utiliities and supplies included.

At Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy, we have fourteen tastefully furnished psychotherapy offices, most of which are large enough for group therapy, as well as a conference/ seminar room large enough for groups of twenty or more.

Office space is also currently available in 6 or 8 hour blocks, days evenings and weekends. Group/conference room space available as well.

We require that all professionals working at our office be fully licensed in the state of Illinois and have valid malpractice insurance.

Please contact Kate Fiello at katefiello@gmail.com or (773) 525-3313 for more information. 

Article in the Guardian about the effectiveness of psychoanalytic therapy:
http://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/jan/07/therapy-wars-revenge-of-freud-cognitive-behavioural-therapy

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For Clinicians:
Training Opportunities at Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy


Our clinical work often stirs up strong feelings and presents difficult challenges, which means it's important for us to have a place where we can explore these issues.  Because the practice of psychotherapy is fairly solitary work, it is helpful for us to have a regular dose of support and perspective in a safe community of clinicians.  Consultation and training groups provide opportunities to share information and experiences, and plug us into a supportive environment that helps us meet the challenges of our work. 

CEUs available for all groups 
Workshop:  Meditation and Somatic Practices for Therapists
December 9, 2016      9 a.m. - 12 p.m. 
Contact:  Kate Fiello, LCSW at 773-525-3322
katefiello@gmail.com

This workshop will introduce sitting and walking meditation along with somatic practices. We will explore sensation, breath, movement and voice as pathways to a deeper experience of embodiment. Carving out time for ourselves to connect, ground and restore is essential in our work as therapists. It can increase our sense of comfort in our own bodies and enhance our sense of presence and aliveness.
 
This is an introductory workshop to be followed by a six-week series starting in January.

Training Group for Clinicians Interested in Group Dynamics
1-2 Tuesdays/month 12 - 1:30 p.m. 
Contact:  Britt Raphling, LCPC, CGP at 773-506-4463
braphlinglcpc@comcast.net 

This experiential training uses the power of group to support discussions of cases and other professional issues. Here-and-now processing from a psychodynamic group therapy perspective will enhance how we respond to and learn from each others' experiences and further develop our professional egos. This training is appropriate for therapists who treat individuals and couples as well as those who lead process groups, because group consultation helps us to examine more directly the interpersonal dynamics stimulated in our work with clients.  
 
If you have a group practice currently or are thinking of starting a process group, this training will be helpful, although a group practice is not required to join.  Both newer and seasoned clinicians are welcome.

Consultation Group with a Focus on Trauma Work
1st Thursday of each month 10 - 11:30 a.m.  
Contact:  Leigh Rocklin, LCPC, MEd at 773-506-4462 

This consultation group will focus on the treatment of trauma, as well as other diagnoses, from a psychodynamic, relational and body-centered framework.  We will explore the use of mindfulness both by the therapist, in order to be present in the clinical space, and for the client, to help manage symptoms.  Discussions will include teachings and short readings to enhance learning.  In addition to focusing on clinical technique and musings we will explore the art of knowing ourselves as therapists and how that impacts the clinical relationship. 
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New DBT Skills Groups
Lakeview Center now has four DBT skills groups: Monday 7:00-8:45, sliding scale available based on need, Thursday from 7-8:45, Saturday 12-1:30, and Saturday 1:15-3:00.
For more information call 773-506-4454 or click on the link below
New groups forming. Click here to see new schedule: Groups .

New Mixed Gender Interpersonal Therapy Group
Led by a DBT trained therapist, this process group is particularly suited for those who have "graduated" from DBT or anyone who is interested in exploring their emotions within relationships. In a small group of 6 to 8 men and women, members will explore relationship patterns and support each other's efforts toward growth and change.
Monday 6-7:30
Sliding fee available based on need 
Contact Jenna White, LPC at JennaWhiteMA@gmail.com or call 773-655-3241

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New Therapists Supervision Group--Group supervision offers an affordable way to receive consultation at the start of your career. This group is geared to therapists who have just finished a graduate program or who are just sarting a private practice. We will focus on professional development, marketing, and the basics of starting a practice, as well as discussion cases from an integrative relational perspective. For more infomation, contact Dr. Niquie Dworkin at 773-472-8587.

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