Adlerian Group Case Consultation
ENROLLEMENT IS OPEN UNTIL MAY 2021.
A Continuation of Adlerian Group Case Consultation, a psychoeducational group process. A Zoom Presentation.
Adlerian Group Case Consultation is a psychoeducational group process focusing on mental health professionals seeking to improve their understanding of the counseling process via the theory and practice of Adlerian psychology. Components of Adlerian theory will include life style, holism, social interest/community feeling, approaches to knowing and understanding others, decision-making, purposive behavior, and movement from a “felt” minus to a “perceived” plus.
Elements of Adlerian counseling and psychotherapy practice will be demonstrated throughout the process including ethics, equality, encouragement, empathy, and education.
The presentation consists of 1 and1/2 hour sessions every other week on Tuesdays starting on January 19, 2021 and meeting every other Tuesday until Jun. 2021. The workshops will start at 7:00 PM and go until 8:30PM CST.
People are free to enter and leave as they choose. When people are attending for the first time the presenter will do a short review of the process
Prior to entering a session, each participant is requested to complete an eight-item questionnaire about a person with whom they are currently working. Included in the questions are the first name and age of the person, presenting problems, family members involved with the person, others involved with the person, specific facts about the person, some strengths of the person, and some strengths of another person involved in the person’s life.
This questionnaire will be emailed to all participants as they register. Registration is limited to 12 for each session, Approved for 7 CE's.
The ticket prices will remain the same if you stay for the normal five weeks or continue until the summer break. They will also be the same if you join at any other time. The folks who have been working with Dr. Wingett since October are staying on.
Wes Wingett, PhD, LMHP has been a counselor in private practice in Norfolk, NE since 1978. Prior to entering private practice, Dr. Wingett had been employed as a counselor in a mental health center, a university program development specialist, elementary school administrator and a junior high and secondary school counselor and teacher.
Dr. Wingett's primary interests include applying Adlerian principles to the study of addictions, aging, education, individual and couple counseling, loss and healing, multigenerational families, parenting, psycho-educational and psycho-therapeutic groups, and stress management. A student and teacher of Adlerian psychology for more than 40 years, the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology has named Dr. Wingett a Diplomat in Adlerian Psychology. He is a contributing editor for the Journal of Individual Psychology.