PUBLICATIONS & TRAININGS

Andronico, M., Cleary, T., Einhorn, F., Miller, M., Shapiro, M., Spitz, & H., Ulman, K.H. (2008).  Public mental health service delivery protocol for disaster response helpers and service delivery workers.   In R.H. Klein & S. Phillips, (Eds.), Public Mental Health Service Delivery Protocols for Disaster Preparedness and Response.  New York: American Group Psychotherapy Association.

Cleary, T.  (2004). MAGPS & AGPA:  A relationship of philanthropy.  MAGPS News, Vol. 12/2, 4.

Cleary, T.  (2004). CGP’s:  Badge of courage. The Group Solution.

Cleary, T. (2010, Summer). Greetings from Your New Editor. Group Assets: The Newsletter of the Group Foundation for Advancing Mental Health (an AGPA publication,) p. 1. [Hereafter: Group Assets.]

Cleary, T. (2010, Fall). The GPF Legacy Society:  Two Personal Perspectives on Planned Giving. Group Assets, p. 1.

Cleary, T. (2010, Winter). The Elephant in the Room: The GPF at the AGPA 2011 Annual Meeting. Group Assets, p. 1.

Cleary, T. (2011, Spring). The Way We Were…. Group Assets, p. 1.

Cleary, T. (2011, Summer). “What Have You Done For Me Lately…”. Group Assets, p. 1.

Cleary, T. (2011, Winter). The GPF’s Dynamic Mother/Daughter Duo. Group Assets, p. 1.

Cleary, T. (2015, March 5). The Group as family: Using group psychotherapy to promote relationship regulation. Middle Atlantic Division: American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy at "MADaboutMFT blog." <http://madmft.org/2015/03/05/the-group-as-family-using-group-psychotherapy-to-promote-relationship-regulation/>  (24 April 2015).

Cleary, T. (2015, March 19). Posted by Sharon Loeschen under the heading "Trish Cleary honoring Virginia Satir during Women’s History Month" at Virginia Satir Global Network at "Blog." <http://satirglobal.org/trish-cleary-honoring-virginia-satir-during-womens-history-month/> (24 April 2015).

Cleary, T.(2015, Spring). Reprinted in MAGPS News, 46, 8 & 10. [MAGPS is the Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society, an affiliate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association.] <http://www.magps.org/conferences/archive/2015%20spring/S15News.pdf>  (24 April 2015).

Cleary, T.(2015, April).  Reprinted in ICP+P Connections, the e-Newsletter of the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. < http://icpeast.org/icpp-newsletter-15/newsletter-april-2015/>  (3 May 2015)

Sherman, A.C., Mosier, J., Leszcz, M., Burlingame, G.M., Ulman, K.H., Cleary, T., Simonton, S., Latif, U., Hazelton, L., & Strauss, B.  (2004). Group interventions for patients with cancer and HIV disease:  Part I:  Effects on psychosocial and functional outcomes at different phases of illness. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 54, 29-82.

Sherman, A.C., Mosier, J., Leszcz, M., Burlingame, G.M., Ulman, K.H., Cleary, T., Simonton, S., Latif,
U., Hazelton, L., & Strauss, B.  (2004). Group interventions for patients with cancer and HIV disease:  Part II:  Effects on immune, endocrine, and disease outcomes at different phases of illness. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 54, 203-233.

Sherman, A.C., Mosier, J., Leszcz, M., Burlingame, G.M., Ulman, K.H., Cleary, T., Simonton, S., Latif, U., Hazelton, L., & Strauss, B.  (2004). Group interventions for patients with cancer and HIV disease:  Part III:  Moderating variables and mechanisms of action.  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 54, 347-388.

Sherman, A.C., Mosier, J., Leszcz, M., Burlingame, G.M., Ulman, K.H., Cleary, T., Simonton, S., Latif, U., Hazelton, L., & Strauss, B.  (2004). Group interventions for patients with cancer and HIV disease:  Part IV:  Clinical and policy recommendations. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 54, 539-556.


TRAINING FACULTY

MAGPS 2015:  Project Outreach Process Group Co-Facilitator. 1 day

MAGPS 2013:  Small Group Leader Faculty.  2 days.

MAGPS 2012:  Small Group Leader Faculty.  2 days.

AGPA 2012:  Institute Facilitator.  2 days.  Participant Level of Experience:  1 to 4 years.

AGPA 2011:  Institute Facilitator.  2 days.  Participant Level of Experience:  5 to 9 years.

AGPA 2009: Building Strong Foundations for Secure Attachment.  Workshop - Half Day with Sarah Brandel:  Didactic, Experiential and Demonstration.

AGPA 2008:  Sexual Intimacy:  Lost and Found.  Workshop - 1 Hour with Sarah Brandel:  Didactic.

AGPA 2007:  Sexual Intimacy:  Lost and Found.  Workshop - Half Day with Sarah Brandel:  Didactic, Experiential and Demonstration.

AGPA 2006:  Caring for Caregivers:  Experience, Thoughts and Reflections.  Workshop - Half Day: Didactic and Experiential

AGPA 2005: Helping the Helpers:  A Training on AGPA’s New Service Delivery Protocol for Mental Health Providers and Caregivers.  Workshop - All-Day:  Didactic/Experiential

AGPA 2004:  Disaster Relief CGP’s:  Processing Our Experiences. Workshop - Half-Day:  Experiential

AGPA 2001:  A Multi-Cultural View of the Diverse Role of Group in Psychosocial Cancer Care.Open Session, Panel Presentation - Half-Day:  Didactic

Senior Health Resources, Inc., IONA House, Washington, DC:  2002 Seminar for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Adults Caring for Aging Families

Why Groups are Useful for Support, Growth and Development Workshop - 1 hour:  Didactic/Experiential Substance Abuse Treatment for the LGBT Community, GW University, Washington DC:  2001

Effective Substance Abuse Treatment Models for the LGBT Community  Developed handout:  Alcohol:  Its Impact on Violent and Controlling Behaviors Workshop - 2.5 hours:  Didactic/Experiential

William Wendt Center for Loss and Healing Annual Conference, Washington, DC:  2001 The Split Within The Self:  Gestalt Principles Applied to Grief Work  Workshop - 3 Hours:  Didactic/Experiential

The Mautner Project, Healing Works, Washington, DC:  2000 1st National Conference on Lesbians and Cancer The Impact of Cancer Distress on Lesbian Patients, Survivors, Caregivers and Providers Workshop - 3 Hours:  Didactic/Experiential

The Mautner Project:  Healing Works, Washington, DC:  2000 Coping with the Effects of Cancer in Our Lives:  The Similarities and Differences  Between Support Groups and Psychotherapy Groups Workshop, Panel Presentation - 3 Hours:  Didactic/Experiential