North American Crucible Case Consultation
Barbara Fairfield, LCMFT & Grace Whitman, LICSW
February 2021- July 2021
Limited to 6 participants, 6 month commitment
Once/month, 3-hour group consultation
1st Monday of the Month, 10am- 1pm EST
2 Clinicians per consult meeting
The Crucible Institute is pleased to announce a new program for consultation of experienced students and practitioners.
Committing to this 6 month program will deepen your ability to utilize the Crucible approach to practicing therapy. There will be a high level of effort and participation expected of all participants in this program.
Attendance at Crucible Neurobiological Therapy workshops
Participation in Dr. Schnarch’s monthly webinars
Attendance at additional Crucible workshops
Solid internet accessibility
Ability to make group consults consistently and submit your own cases.
Each month 2 clinicians cases will be presented with Barbara and Grace’s clinical analysis from previously reviewing the cases.
Total program cost= $1600
Payment is due in full before start of program.
$267/month x 6 months=$1600
2021: Monthly Group Consults– Every 1st Monday of the month, from 10 am- 1pm EST
About Your Consult Group Leaders:
Barbara Fairfield, LMFT
Barbara Fairfield is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Maryland. She is a consultant in the Genetics Department of The Johns Hopkins University Hospital where she facilitates a supervision group for the genetic counselors in various clinics there. Barbara received her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from The Adler-Dreikurs Institute of Human Relationships at Bowie State University in Bowie, Maryland. In her private practice, besides seeing couples and individuals, she also conducts three therapy groups, two all-female and one all-male group. She is married to Don Fairfield, a retired NASA scientist who is also trained with Barbara to lead marriage enrichment groups as Specialists with the Better Marriages non-profit organization. She and Don have two grown children and two grandsons.
Grace Whitman, LCSW
Grace Whitman is a clinical social worker in private practice. She graduated from the University of MD’s School of Social Work with a specialty in Human Sexuality. She completed three years of post-graduate training at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. Prior to full-time private practice, Grace worked at the St. Francis Center in the 80’s during the height of the AIDs epidemic. She also worked at the Washington School of Psychiatry as the intake coordinator and as a staff psychotherapist. She lives on a farm in rural Maryland with her spouse and an abundance of animals. Grace has two grown children and two grand-daughters.