WORKING WITH DIFFERENCES
with Perri Franskoviak, Ph.D. / Jane Steinberg, MFT / John O'Grady
Friday, October 23, 10:00am-12:00pm PDT
Systems-Centered® Theory states that all living human systems survive, develop, and transform from simple to complex through a developing ability to recognize differences and integrate them.
After a brief exploration of the theory, participants will learn and practice a method of integrating similarities and differences in all human relationships. See Systems-Centered Training & Research Institute at www.systemscentered.com.
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Practice a new method for exploring similarities and differences within conflicts without immediately moving to resolution.
- Identify driving and restraining forces in subgrouping as a method for working the conflict.
Perri Franskoviak, Ph.D.
Perri Franskoviak, Ph.D., is a staff psychologist at Vacaville Correctional Medical Facility and maintains a private practice in San Francisco and the East Bay. Trained in harm reduction psychotherapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and Systems-Centered® Training, her practice focuses on working with individuals and couples who are willing to be curious about their relationship to drugs and alcohol. She is particularly interested in helping those with a history of overwhelming life experiences find greater balance and meaning in their lives. She also provides clinical supervision at several community-based agencies in the Bay Area.
Jane Steinberg, MFT
Jane Steinberg, MFT, is a San Francisco based psychotherapist who treats adults, couples, and adolescents. Her practice focuses on resolving anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, trauma, and PTSD using mindfulness, EMDR, psychodynamic, depth, and relational therapy traditions. Her work is grounded in Systems-Centered® Training, where she finds energy for growth and development for herself and her clients, and as a spiritual seeker, she helps people create more meaningful and happier lives.
John O'Grady is an estate and trust lawyer and a mediator of inheritance battles. He guides his clients to navigate the epic family conflicts about aging, death, taxes, inheritance, and property rights while addressing the underlying conflicts, salvaging important relationships, and staying connected and in conversation for a lifetime. John is a long-time supporter of Community Boards and an active member of Systems-Centered® Training and Research Institute.