Philadelphia Area Group Psychotherapy Society
ROLL FOR WELLNESS 101: USING ROLE-PLAYING GAMES IN GROUP THERAPY
In this one-hour workshop, Dr. Jacob Glickman will introduce the rapidly growing world of using role-playing games as a model of group therapy. 1 CE credit is available. Join us for holiday celebration, the PAGPS annual meeting, and the welcoming of our new board president, Donna Harris, LCSW!
Time & Location
Dec 03, 2022, 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST
Home of Nathan Schlingmann, 41 E Mt Pleasant Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19119, USA
PRESENTER: DR. JACOB GLICKMAN, PSYD, MA, LPC
Jacob (he/him) is a clinical psychologist, licensed professional counselor, and the technology coordinator for PAGPS. He received his first master's from La Salle University, earned his doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Widener University, and is currently completing a second doctorate in human sexuality at Widener. Professionally, Jacob applies a feminist, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy-based lens to his work with both individuals and groups as the postdoctoral fellow at the Therapy Center of Philadelphia. His current research focuses on creating a therapeutic program using role-playing games (RPGs) for individuals in group therapy.
1 CE credit for Psychologists, Social Workers, Marriage & Family Therapists, & Professional Counselors
From attendance at this event, participants will be able to:
1) Compare the structure and process of group therapy with that of tabletop role-playing games (TTRPGs) to demonstrate the potential of TTRPGs as a treatment modality.
2) Explain and use basic terms associated with role-playing games within the context of a therapeutic process.
3) Discuss educational options for further exploration into the field of therapeutic role-playing treatments.
Welcome, Food, and Socializing
General Admission (4-7pm)
+$0.38 service fee
This option includes the buffet, 1 CE credit for the presentation, and attendance of the annual meeting.
+$0.38 service fee0
General Admission, Students
This free option for students includes the buffet, 1 CE credit for the presentation, and attendance of the annual meeting.
Annual Meeting Only (6-7pm)
This option includes attendance of the annual meeting (6-7pm).