Ensure your clients have reliable access to one of the most effective, evidence-based forms of healing by gifting yourself a Professional Peer Group. The collective skills and experience levels of these integrated counseling experts will buoy and embolden you.
Choose from four working-group focuses – all moderated by Solihten Institute Staff with unique opportunities to present case management studies, consult specific cases, share fundraising and development approaches, and explore commonalities of nonprofit mental health providers.
Professional Peer Group Options
Executive Director Leadership Consulting Groups (LCG)
Executive Directors consistently credit their LCG experience as a powerful resource for successful leadership. Using a Professional Learning Community Model, LCGs apply peer consultation, educational input, and informal support to affirm and nurture both professional and personal development. Available in-person and online. Contact Laurie Pechie, Executive Vice President for Administration, to learn more.
Clinical Director Groups
These groups meet regularly by phone and video conference, providing the opportunity to share clinical best practices and discuss training opportunities, legal issues, and human resource challenges. Contact Fonda Latham, Vice President of Clergy and Congregational Care and Board Education and Development, to learn more.
Training Director Groups
Discuss challenges, share insight and explore the opportunities of clinical training with a nationwide peer group. These groups meet regularly by phone and video conference. Contact Doug Stephens, Vice President of Spiritually Integrated Care Training and Research, to learn more.
Development Discussion Groups
A monthly video conference forum to exchange ideas, best practices, and strategies for grant-writing, donor acquisition and nurturing, event management, marketing, and PR activities to support fundraising. Contact Steve Duson, Vice President and Interim National Development Director, to learn more.