David Grove provides supervision to dependently licensed social workers and marriage and family therapists for Columbus Therapy and Hypnosis.
David Grove is a Licensed Independent Social Worker, Supervisor designation, and a Licensed Independent Marriage and Family Therapist, Supervisor in the State of Ohio. In addition to his licenses, Mr. Grove is also a Supervisory member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.
Since 2000, Mr. Grove has been a principal developer and trainer of Integrated Family and Systems Treatment. Mr. Grove participated in both the development of the treatment model and in the dissemination of the model in the United States and in Hong Kong. As a principal trainer of I-FAST, Mr. Grove has trained fourteen different mental health and social service agencies in the U.S. and Hong Kong. Mr. Grove co-authored Integrative Family and Systems Treatment, a Strength-Based, Common Factor Approach,” with Scott Fraser, Mo Yee Lee, Gil Greene, and Any Solovey.
Since 1997, David Grove has been a part-time and full-time instructor for The College of Social Work at The Ohio State University. He has taught courses on Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Crisis Intervention, In-Home Treatment, and Psychopathology to graduate students in the Masters of Social Work program.
Mr. Grove has also published numerous articles and four books in the field of mental health and family therapy: “Invisible Men’ and “Conversations On Therapy” co-authored with Jay Haley, one o
f the founders of the field of family therapy and most recently, “Family Therapy for Treating Trauma, an Integrative Family and Systems Treatment Approach,” with Gil Greene and My Yee Lee.
In addition to offering agencies training in I-FAST, Mr. Grove has also offered clinical consultation to numerous mental health and social service agencies throughout the Midwestern U.S. since 1992.
After receiving his Masters degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University in 1983, Mr. Grove pursued post-graduate training at The Family Therapy Institute of Washington, D.C., under the instruction of Jay Haley and Cloe’ Madanes both leaders in the field of family therapy. Mr. Grove received five years of training at The Family Therapy Institute which included training as both a therapist and supervisor of therapists. After completing his training at the Family Therapy Institute of Washington, D.C., Mr. Grove continued to consult with Jay Haley and collaborate with him on writing projects for an additional five years.