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Introducing Balint

Since Balint groups are experiential learning, words alone are not the best way to convey what they are and what they do. Trying out a group, experiencing it, even in a demonstration, answers questions and doubts better than anything. If you have attended an Intensive, you will have been given access to the introductory slideshow we provide for people to adapt to their settings. This includes a demonstration group. If you have not yet been to an Intensive, check out our list of Credentialed Leaders here to find someone close to you to come provide an introduction and demonstration. You may also find the material below useful:
                What to Expect Brochure
                Balint Groups: Definition and Users' Guide


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