Similarly to the consultation group I facilitate, I host a monthly virtual collaboration meeting specifically for clinicians where we share about different resources we have found around a given topic and have the opportunity to learn from and with each other. Previously referred to as a therapist "topic-learn-a-long" or "show and tell," we generally meet the 2nd Friday of the month from 12pm-1pm EST.
Resources selected could be (but are not limited to) a book, article, podcast, documentary, tv show, or training that we feel has enhanced our clinical understanding or has been helpful to share with clients. Each month will have a topic or theme to inform material selections and guide group discussion. There are no hard and fast rules around what you can bring so long as you can answer the three questions below about it.
Prior to the group meeting, please ensure you have a working hyperlink to share with the group so others can access your resource themselves. All TL&L members will have access to a google document where these links will be organized by monthly topic for easy reference. You are welcome to bring more than one and/or contribute to the existing list when you find a new relevant resource.
Therapist Lunch & Learn Questions to Prepare
1. How did you see this resource connect to the theme/topic?
2. What were 2-3 of the key things you learned or related to?
3. How do you see yourself using this information in your practice?
Upcoming 2024 TL&L Topics
January 12th- Self Esteem
February 23rd- Intimate relationships (4th Friday)
March 15th- Isolation (3rd Friday)
Past topics: Identity, Death and Dying, Family Dynamics, Finances
THERAPIST LUNCH & LEARN
If you would like to join our Clinicians in Community group (gaining access to our monthly lunch & learn as well as our bi-weekly consultation group, reading club on fable, and discord server), please complete the Enrollment and Agreement Form HERE.
Once your license is verified, you will receive an email with links for our zoom meetings as well as our discord server (though you always get to choose what aspects of the community you engage in and to what extent).