Greg Crosby has been invited to lead a workshop at the 2018 EAGT Conference in Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes in Cairo, Egypt in January 2018.
The EAGT conference is organized by associations across Egypt and beyond, including the Egyptian Association for Group Therapies and Processes, Psychiatry Department at Cairo University, Evolutionary Psychiatry and Group Work Association, Egyptian Psychiatric Association and the International Association for Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes.
The EAGT conference theme for 2018 is Hope, Action and Connection. In a welcome message on the website, Conference President Yehia Rakhway explains: “Our aspiration is not only to connect with different professional practitioners, trainers, trainees and students from all over the world, but also between different cultures and the past, the present and the future.”
For his part, Greg Crosby will lead one of the pre-conference workshops, designed to engage participants in intensive work, both practical and theoretical. As a leading expert in Integrated Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Crosby will introduce workshop participants to the theory and its application when working with groups.
Greg Crosby teaches in several Marylhurst University programs, including art therapy counseling, psychology and liberal studies. When not teaching, Crosby maintains a private practice. He has published several peer-reviewed articles about group therapy and is in the 2012 Wiley textbook, Handbook of Group Psychotherapy. His latest book, with Tonya Lippert, is Transforming ADHD (New Harbinger Publications, 2017).