Certified Group Psychotherapist
Jacqueline Fish is a faculty member at The Center for Group Studies, a modern group analytic institute. She is a senior facilitator at GroupWORKS for Education and a Supervision and Training Group Leader with the Counselors First Project. She had conducted groups for guidance counselors throughout New York City.
She is certified by the American Group Psychotherapy Association.
Groups in Private Practice
Modern Psychoanalytic Group Therapy
A co-ed group, ages 25 through 50, open–ended, aimed at enhancing members’ personal lives, improving self awareness, and developing skill in interpersonal emotional communication. Monday evenings: 6:00 to 7:30
Parent/Adult Child Group, Parent/Teenage Son/Daughter Group
Cycles of eight sessions each focus on opening and improving meaningful communication between parent and adult child or between parent and adolescent child, understanding historic family problems, hearing other members’ perceptions of their relationship, and enjoying time together. Co-led with a young colleague. Wednesday and Thursday evenings: 6:00 to 7:30
Teacher, Supervisor, Presenter, Mentor
Ms. Fish's recent experiential, professional group workshops include "Dream Exploration for the Mental Health Clinician in Individual, Group and Substance Abuse Settings;" "Managing and Mastery of Resistance;" "Maintaining the Professional Client/Counselor Relationship;" and "Managing the Stress of Working with Traumatized Children and Adolescents" in Austin, Texas. Recent corporate interactive group presentations include "Consequences of Sleep Deprivation" and "Managing Stress."