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Practice Development Group: Fine-Tune Your Phone Screening

Monday, November 27, 2017, 6:30 PM until 8:00 PM
Sharon Greenberg's Office
919 Freemont Ave, #202
Los Altos, CA  94024
Julie R Schirm
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In November, our meeting will focus on fine-tuning your phone screening.

The phone screen is our first direct contact with potential clients. It can be a challenge to balance all the components. With Sharon's guidance, we'll be looking at what to include in a successful phone screen and identifying ways to improve this critical conversation.

Hope to see you there!

Julie Schirm, PhD & Lorraine Wong, PhD

See below for further information and guidelines about the group.

Santa Clara County Psychological Association

Practice Development Group

The SCCPA Early Career Psychologists Committee sponsors the Practice Development Group (PDG). PDG is a casual, informal monthly gathering where licensed clinicians discuss issues around starting and developing a private practice. Sharon Greenberg, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist with 25 years of experience in private practice, leads the group.

Dr. Sharon Greenberg is a clinical psychologist in Los Altos, California.  Educated at University of Pennsylvania and California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego, she has been in private practice for twenty-five years.  In her clinical work, she practices from a psychodynamic, attachment-focused orientation with cognitive work utilized in treating substance abuse and eating disorders.  Areas of specialization include: substance abuse treatment, eating disorders treatment, Gottman style marital therapy, and group therapy from a Yalom process oriented perspective.


  1. Participation is voluntary and participants have the right to stop attending at any time.

  2. Sign up each month when you plan to attend. Advance registration through the SCCPA website is required.

  3. The group provides information and support. It does NOT provide: consultation, supervision, psychotherapy, or CEs.

  4. Respect the confidentiality of group members. Do not repeat personal information outside of the group.

  5. The group is casual and informal.

  6. Out of respect for other members, please do not arrive more than 10 minutes late.

  7. Non-SCCPA members have the opportunity to participate in the group up to two times before deciding to join SCCPA.


First Saturday of the Month. Exceptions will be posted.


919 Fremont Ave., #202

Los Altos, CA 94040


Julie Schirm, PhD Lorraine Wong, PhD

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By registering for this event, you acknowledge that your photo may be taken while at a SCCPA event.  If you do not want or allow your photo, image, or likeness to be used in SCCPA's marketing including social media, please notify the event organizer.