Join with other local psychotherapists for a large-group experience and dialogue around our work, lives, and relationships with one another. After a brief introduction and welcome, we will partake in a 90-minute open process (Community Meeting format). Afterwards all participants are welcome to mingle for a light dinner and social hour that will conclude the afternoon.
The Salon is open to all comers and non-members are encouraged to attend. This is an opportunity to learn (through the experience) about AAP. We are a national organization for therapists of varying theoretical backgrounds established in 1956 by the likes of Carl Whitaker, Carl Rogers, Albert Ellis, Fritz Perls, Virginia Satir, Shelly Kopp, and many more pioneers of contemporary psychotherapy. We emphasize the importance of the I-Thou encounter between therapist and client as the key ingredient for change and growth. We see the therapist’s ongoing growth and self-awareness as our professional mission.
Space limits us to 50 attendees. Please RSVP to reserve your spot. We invite you to arrive at 2:30 pm for meeting and greeting with colleagues or new folk. The opening of the meeting will start at 3:00pm. Please be on time in order to not disrupt the process. Hope to see you there.
RSVP and Questions to Sharilyn Wiskup: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharilyn will confirm your registration and provide details on payment.
Fee - $25 (make checks to DC/AAP - fees cover catered dinner and beverages).