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CGP Accreditation

A Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP) is a clinical mental health professional who meets internationally accepted criteria of education, training and experience in group psychotherapy. A CGP is an ethical practitioner who is an expert in group psychotherapy and is committed to group psychotherapy as an autonomous treatment modality. The International Board for Certification of Group Psychotherapists offers this certification in group therapy for practicing clinicians. This credential requires a master’s degree or higher in a designated mental health specialty and clinical group experience with supervision/consultation. The CGP provides formal recognition that the practitioner has a specialty expertise in Group Therapy practice. For more information about the CGP go the American Group Psychotherapy Association’s website.

The professionals listed below have met the requirements of the International Board for Certification of Group Psychotherapists