The Boston-Threshold Group includes professionals from Boston, Massachusetts, USA and Norther Ireland who wish to promote the theory and practice of group psychotherapy. The founders of the Group are Cecil A. Rice, PhD, Raman Kapur, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Kathleen Ulman, PhD and Patricia M. Doherty, EdD. This year’s Conference Organizing Committee includes from the USA, Patricia Doherty EdD., Cecil A. Rice, PhD, Kathleen Ulman PhD, Sara Emerson, LICSW and Hallie Lovett, PhD and from Northern Ireland, Sharon Foster, Threshold Network of Clinics.
RWTG is very grateful to the B-T Group for the invitation to present and we wish to express heartfelt thanks to Cecil Rice and Sharon Foster in particular for their generous support throughout the conference planning process and the conference experience itself.
The cast for Off the Map included RWTG members Mary Doyle Dluhy as Adult Bo, Maryetta Andrews-Sachs as Arlene, John Dluhy as Charlie, Rob Williams as William Gibbs, and guest artists Kavita Avula as young Bo and Laurie Slade from the U.K. as George.
Here are some pictures from our journeys in Northern Ireland.
RWTG’s Belfast Contingent
(from left to right, Rob Williams, Kavita Avula, Tom Teasley, Mary Doyle Dluhy, John Dluhy, Maryetta Andrews-Sachs, and Bob Schulte)
The Red Well Theater Group presented Off the Map at the 13th Annual Northern Ireland Group Therapy Conference, on August 12, 2010. The Conference was sponsored by the Boston-Threshold Group. This year’s theme was “
John and Mary Dluhy stealing a quiet moment with our field trip organizer, Kevin Baird, during a visit to a memorial to people killed during the troubles.
Maryetta Andrews-Sachs contemplating the faces of some of the victims of the violence that has occurred in Northern Ireland over the past five decades.
John Dluhy and Rob Williams sharing a friendly moment awaiting a boat trip to view the ship building facilities where the Titanic was built in Belfast harbor.
Bob Schulte, Maryetta Andrews-Sachs and John Dluhy in front of the “Big Fish,” one of the most famous landmarks on the Belfast waterfront.