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EGPS Manhattan Discussion Group
Sunday, June 25th
11:30 AM - 130 PM
Creating Connection Through Empathy: Working with the Intersection of Identities in the Group Process
Kathleen Isaac, PhD, CGP
In a time of overwhelming uncertainty, socio-political crisis, and isolation, people are craving connection and have the opportunity to do so through group. Many individuals have struggled to access these positive benefits of group, however, particularly those with marginalized identities. How do we create a group environment that invites the entirety of one’s experience including the parts of themselves that are othered and discriminated against? This workshop will illustrate how to use empathy and principles of liberation psychology to work with trauma and integrate the intersections of race, sexual orientation and gender identity into the group process. Using clinical examples, she will demonstrate how clinicians can foster connection through healthy attachment and exploration of differences.
Kathleen Isaac, PhD, CGP is a Haitian-American, cis-gender female, licensed Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU Langone Health, where she directs the Medical Student and House Staff Mental Health program, which provides individual, couples and group psychotherapy to medical students, residents and fellows. She also has a part-time private practice focused on serving BIPOC and LGBTQ+ clients with integrative treatment approaches, where she specializes in trauma, health psychology, and cultural issues. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Isaac is an adjunct lecturer in the City College of New York’s doctoral program in clinical psychology where she teaches an advanced practicum on intersectional therapy and a Group Psychotherapy course. She also offers consultation and training to organizations to increase racial literacy and promote racial dialogue.
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Time: Sunday, June 25th, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
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