Internet list

The IAGP runs online discussion forums and announcement lists about group psychotherapy and group processes.

People who are not IAGP members may sign up to the IAGP’s non-member announcement list below. However, from 1st August 2017, The IAGP’s Section discussion and announcement lists are now for IAGP members only. We strongly encourage all eligible subscribers to join the IAGP here.

IAGP UPDATE ANNOUNCEMENT LIST

Brief e-mail updates about the IAGP's 'real life' and virtual activities.
NB: Paid-up IAGP members should not subscribe to this list as they will receive all information sent to this list (and more) via the separate IAGP Members' Announcement List.

The list is open to anyone who is interested in hearing about developments in the IAGP as they happen. Paid-up IAGP members should not subscribe to this list as they will receive all information sent to this list (and more) via the new IAGP Members’ Announcement List.

The list is a one-way announcement list and covers topics such as:

  • Updates about IAGP conferences and other events
  • Details about new IAGP lists, Website developments and other online activities
  • News about other IAGP services
To sign up for just the IAGP’s Update Announcement Section List, please contact office@iagp.com
For further details and with any questions about the IAGP’s Update List, please contact office@iagp.com

FAMILY THERAPY SECTION DISCUSSION LIST

The IAGP's online discussion forum for family therapists.

We are glad to present you the goals for IAGP’s Family Therapy Section, led by Domenico Agresta. The Family Therapy Sections aims to extend the opportunity of an exchange of experiences to other regions. The aim of the Section is to share different experiences in research, prevention and intervention with famílies and couples in different countries to be discussed in the Section discussion list. Professionals are invited to write about their experiences and research in various contexts of work all over the world.

All members and new members of Family Therapy Section are welcome!

It’s intended that the new dynamics given to the Section and the discussion list give visibility to all professionals in the field of Family Therapy.

Coming soon: Details of Domenico Agresta, new Family Therapy Section Chair and list leader

The Family Therapy Section should be conceived as a large international group of professionals coming from diverse disciplines and different theoretical schools jointly interested in family dynamics and phenomena. Regardless of theoretical background (i.e psycho-analytic, object relations, systemic, cognitive-behavioral, client-centered, etc). From 1st August, 2017, only paid-up IAGP members can subscribe to the list. To join IAGP or renew your IAGP membership please go to https://www.iagp.com/membership 

List members can use the forum to discuss topics such as:

  • New developments in Family and/or Couple Therapy including research, training, theory and practice
  • Theory and practice in Family Therapy.
  • Multi-cultural practices of Family Therapy and Couple Therapy within different countries and ethnic groups
  • Information Exchange about Conferences, Training, and offers of courses
  • Other issues of interest to list members who desire feedback

To sign up for the Family Therapy Section Discussion List, please contact office@iagp.com

For further details and with any questions about the IAGP’s Family Therapy Section discussion list, please contact Family Section Chair and List leader
Domenico Agresta (Italy): familytherapychair@iagp.com

ANALYTIC GROUP SECTION (FORMERLY GROUP ANALYSIS SECTION) LIST

The IAGP's online discussion forum for people working in the field of analytic group work.

We are a large group that has the same interest in promoting Analytic Group Therapy. Analytic Group Therapy is a complex of theories and techniques in working with people, and it is our common desire to offer an opportunity for both our clients and trainees to promote to make more progress in their therapy and our Client and education.

Inspired by IAGP spirit of exchanging ideas and experiences, the Section provides a forum for discussions on our shared views and differences in applying an analytic perspective to group work. To promote identification and participation, the section name should reflect our rich diversity and sound more familiar to all. Thus it was proposed to change the name of the section to “Analytic Group Section.”

The forum is open to professionals trained or interested in furthering the practice of analytic group work.  From 1st August, 2017, only paid-up IAGP members can subscribe to the list. To join IAGP or renew your IAGP membership, please go to https://www.iagp.com/membership

List members can use the forum to discuss topics such as:

  • Analytic group setting and clinical process and practice, in different countries, cultures and contexts
  • Problems and conflicts in everyday group analytic practice, especially with difficult patients (e.g. with borderline and other personality disorders)
  • New developments in group analytic research and practice
  • Congresses, meetings, seminars, courses and recent publications on different aspects of analytic group work.
  • To promote dialogue on the issues of “the common ground”

We will continue to promote members’ participation in national, regional and international meetings, congresses, conferences

We will implement section links with local affiliates inviting us for combined meetings or events

Through discussion, promoting dialogue, different activities

To sign up for the Analytic Group Section Discussion List, please contact office@iagp.com

For further details and with any questions about the IAGP’s Analytic Group Section discussion list, please contact the list leader Anne Lindhardt, analyticgroupchair@iagp.com

ORGANIZATIONAL CONSULTANCY SECTION ANNOUNCEMENT LIST

List for sharing of announcements (not discussions) in the psychodrama field.

The  Chair of the Organisational Consultancy Section is Peter Howie M.Ed, T.E.P. (Australia):ocschair@iagp.com

The forum is open to professionals trained or interested in organizational consultancy.  From 1st August, 2017, only paid-up IAGP members can subscribe to the list. To join IAGP or renew your IAGP membership with a 50% discount, please go to https://www.iagp.com/special

List members can use the forum to discuss topics such as:

  • Organizational consultancy in different countries and cultures
  • New developments in work with organizations. Application of different group techniques: psychodramatic, behavioural, questionnaires, etc. Application of concepts coming from psychotherapy, group analysis, systemic theories etc.
  • Courses and training. Exchange of experiences and training needs. Exchange of articles and documents of interest.
  • Sharing information about related events in this area
  • Problems, conflicts and ethical issues arising in daily practice

To sign up for just the Organizational Consultancy Section Discussion List, please contact office@iagp.com

For further details and with any questions about the IAGP’s Organizational Consultancy Section discussion list, please contact ocschair@iagp.com

PSYCHODRAMA SECTION ANNOUNCEMENT LIST

List for sharing of announcements (not discussions) in the psychodrama field.

The forum is open to all interested professionals. From 1st August, 2017, only paid-up IAGP members can subscribe to the list. To join IAGP or renew your IAGP membership, please go tohttps://www.iagp.com/membership

Through the list, subscribers can share announcements of:

  • Psychodrama conferences, congresses and gatherings – local, national and international
  • Meetings, events and activities
  • Psychodrama institutes, organizations and member news
  • Books, articles, projects and papers – thereby furthering research and educational projects.

The list has been set up in such a way that only announcements are distributed.

To sign up for just the Worldwide Psychodrama Announcement List, please contact office@iagp.com

For further details and with any questions about the Worldwide Psychodrama Announcement List, please contact the Psychodrama Section Chair, Hatice Nevzat Muhtar (Turkey): psychodramachairatiagpdotcom

PSYCHODRAMA SECTION DISCUSSION LIST

In addition, the Psychodrama Section now runs a discussion list.

The forum is open to all interested professionals.  From 1st August, 2017, only paid-up IAGP members can subscribe to the list. To join IAGP or renew your IAGP membership with a 50% discount, please go to https://www.iagp.com/special

List members can use the forum to discuss topics such as:

  • Psychodrama  in different countries and cultures
  • New developments in psychodrama research and practice
  • Courses and training in different aspects of psychodrama

To sign up for the Psychodrama Section Discussion List, please contact office@iagp.com .

For further details and with any questions about the Psychodrama Section Discussion  List, please contact the Psychodrama Section Chair, Hatice Nevzat Muhtar (Turkey): psychodramachair@iagp.com

TRANSCULTURAL SECTION DISCUSSION LIST

Online discussion forum for transcultural issues in group work.

After sharing very interesting topics related to intercultural work, trauma, language of silence and others, below are some suggested topics as a proposal to be discussed through the transcultural list. Your ideas will also be welcome!!

Here there are the Transcultural Section last activities and near future plans:

1. In the period of April 2018 until Malmo’s Conference on August 2018 (transitional period of the Chairs)

1-a-Design and creation of the Art Corner (Art Container) which took place the whole time of the conference.
1-b-Transcultural Forum Symposium presented at the Conference.

2. August 2018-til now

2-a- Using the E-mail Forum, weekly, to Exchange personal experiences of Transcultural events and group work around the world.

2-b- Art Integration at the Forum: participants are encouraged to share MORE Poems, pictures and songs from different cultures.

2-c- First steps to initiate a Webinar on LGBT topics.

2-d- Transcultural Presentation of the Granada Academy at Thessaloniki IAGP Research Conference, directed by the past IAGP president Jorge Burmeister.

3. Plans for the Future

3-a- Development of the LGBT Webinar , co-working with the Webinar Committee.

3-b- Editing the TRANSCULTURAL IAGP Book- “Migration Times: Working with Cultural Diversity in Group Therapy around the World.” The book will contain case-studies, insights and suggestions for group psychotherapy from all over the world.

3-c- Inter-vision of small groups, by Zoom, on Transcultural topics.

 


 Marcia Honig, PsyD. in Group Therapy
List Leader

Psychotherapist, Art Therapist and Integrative Counselor. Chair of the Transcultural Section at the IAGP; Director of the M.A. Program in Art Therapy at Seminar Ha Kibutzim College; Coordinator of the Psychotherapy Unit at MELEL Center (Tel-Aviv); works as Group and Individuals Psychotherapist at her private practice.

From 1st August, 2017, only paid-up IAGP members can subscribe to the list. To join renew or reactivate your IAGP membership, please go to https://www.iagp.com/membership

List members can use the forum to discuss topics such as:

  • Transcultural issues emerging in the course of the IAGP’s work
  • New developments in the theory and practice of transcultural work with groups
  • Issues encountered by members in their group-work with people from different backgrounds, cultures, religions and languages.
  • Courses and training in different aspects of transcultural group work

To sign up for just the Transcultural Section Discussion List, please contact office@iagp.com 

For further details and with any questions about the IAGP’s Transcultural Section discussion list, please contact the Transcultural Section Chair and Transcultural Section Discussion List Leader -Marcia Honig (Israel):transculturalchairatiagpdotcom

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS SECTION DISCUSSION LIST

Online discussion forum for Young Professionals.

For further information please contact the new Young Professionals Section Chair, Asmaa Abd El Fattah (Egypt) ypschair@iagp.com

SPANISH/PORTUGUESE DISCUSSION LIST
LISTA DE DISCUSION EN ESPAÑOL/PORTUGUES

The IAGP's online general discussion forum for people working in the fields of group psychotherapy and group processes.

Esta lista perteneciente al Foro On Line de la IAGP está dirigida a profesionales que trabajen en el campo de la Psicoterapia de Grupo y Procesos Grupales.

Gregorio Armañanzas Ros, coordinador
Vive y trabaja en Pamplona (España). Psiquiatra, psicodramatista, grupoanalista, coach y consultor de organizaciones.

Lleva 10 años trabajando con la IAGP en distintas funciones. Sus áreas de profundización actual son el trabajo y la formación en grupos con técnicas grupoanalíticas y psicodramaticas, las dinámicas internas en las organizaciones, y la transmisión generacional de los traumas en entornos familiares y colectivos.

Maria Antonieta Pezo, coordinador
PPôs doutoranda, no Instituto de Psicologia da USP. Doutora e Mestre em Psicologia Social pelo Instituto de Psicologia da Universidade de São Paulo. Pesquisadora do Laboratório de Psicanalise, Sociedade e Política, participa do Grupo Veredas: Psicanalise e Migração. Atende no consultório desde 1976, crianças adultos, casais e famílias e em consultas terapêuticas imigrantes no Centro de Integração do Migrante no bairro do Brás em São Paulo. Estuda os processos psíquicos singulares e plurais em contextos vinculares: instituições, grupos, casais e família. Processos grupais concebidos como produções únicas que surgem do entrelaçamento e encontro de conteúdos singulares, intrapsíquicos, intersubjetivos e pluridiscursivos que evidenciam a particularidade do encontro com o outro (s). Docente desde 2015, no Projeto Rede Sampa Saúde Mental Paulistana da equipe Infância e Adolescência. Convidada pelo Mestrado em Psicologia Clínica da Universidade da Republica do Uruguai (2016 e 2017); na cátedra de Infância e adolescência na Universidade de Buenos Aires (UBA, 2012-2015). Nas cidades de Montevideo, Santiago, Lima, Porto Alegre e Arequipa ditou conferencias e cursos sobre trabalho com grupos, alianças inconscientes, vinculo fraterno, legado winnicotiano, processos associativos. Membro do Comitê Consultivo do Programa de formação de pôs- graduação em “Processos grupais, inconsciente e sociedade” do Instituto Intercambio na cidade de Lima. Atua como analista institucional, atende equipes que estão em processo de cuidado, busca de metas, resolução de conflitos. Supervisora clínico-institucional em diversos dispositivos da saúde mental, e em vários municípios desde a década de 80. Publicou capítulos em livros, artigos em revistas: das sociedades de Psicanalise de São Paulo – Jornal de Psicanalise Vol 48 – Nº 88, Porto Alegre V. 15, n. 2, 2013 no Brasil e de Lima-Peru, nas revistas: Mojamt/Mojamt (2018) em Estados Unidos,. Transformações (USP); Estudos de religião (Universidade Metodista); Percurso; Transiciones (Lima Peru). Em revistas eletrônicas: “Psicoanálisis & Intersubjetividad”, Fort Da, Pai legal, em defesa do trabalhador, Área 3 (Espanha). Os temas pesquisados são: grupos e instituições, grupos com crianças, diagnostico e acolhimento de pacientes em grupo, o vínculo fraterno, estudos comparativos do desenho de grupo e de família. Os efeitos da contratransferência no trabalho institucional. Aprofunda nos aportes de autores como R. Kaës, Roussillon, Brun e Winnicott.

Le escribo a través de Dña. Miryam Soler, directora de organización del XXVIII Encuentro nacional de Psicodrama.

En el marco de nuestro próximo encuentro nacional, que tendrá lugar entre los próximos 22 y 24 de este mes en Sevilla, tendrá lugar una reunión abierta a interesados de la lista española portuguesa de la IAGP. Dicha reunión será coordinada por Goyo Armañanzas.

Hemos reflejado dicha información en nuestro blog en el siguiente enlace:http://psicodramarsevilla2013.blogspot.com.es/2013/11/reunion-abierta-iagp-international.html
y en nuestra página de facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/Psicodramarevolucion

Madrid, Miedo al Ebola – Gregorio Armañanzas Ros Psicosociodrama de la Envidia: ¡El que pueda que tire la primera piedra! – Rosa Cukier Retramatizacao: Um Metodo de Pesiquisa de Papeis em Mudanca – Marcia Almeida Batista Suicido Barakaldo – Gregorio Armañanzas Ros ¿Envidia sana o Admiración? – Borja Milans del Bosch

El foro esta abierto a profesionales de todo el mundo – socios de la IAGP – que quieren enriquecer su experiencia, intercambiar y profundizar ideas, en lengua española o portuguesa. A partir del 1 de agosto de 2017, sólo los miembros de la IAGP pueden ser suscritos a la lista. Para unirse o renovar su membresía de la IAGP visite https://www.iagp.com/membership

Recomendamos que todos aquellos que se suscriban al foro, también se hagan socios de la IAGP. Para más información acerca de la suscripción por favor contacta office@iagp.com



O grupo está aberto a profissionais de todo o mundo – associados ou não à IAGP – que queiram conhecer colegas para trocas de experiências , co-construção de idéias, projetos e realizações profissionais , utilizando a lingua espanhola ou portuguesa.


Se puede tratar cualquier tema relacionado con los grupos en sentido amplio: grupos de terapia, equipos, organizaciones, dinámicas sociales, etc.
Algunas áreas a modo de ejemplo:
– Experiencias grupales, talleres, prácticas en diferentes contextos.
– Nuevas aplicaciones técnicas en grupo.
– Problemas clínicos, en empresas y en entornos educativos.
– Nuevos congresos y espacios formativos.
– Reflexiones procedentes de nuestra práctica cotidiana que pueden ser cotejados y enriquecidos
  compartiéndolas en este grupo online.
– Compartir documentación y artículos que enriquezcan nuestra formación.
– Búsqueda de colegas interesados en el mismo campo. Preparación de presentaciones conjuntas en
  congresos.


 


Se pode abordar qualquer tema relacionado com grupos, por diferentes perspectivas , linhas de trabalho, espaços de atuação e objetivos profissionais , tais como:
-Relatos e processamentos de experiências grupais ocorridas em diferentes contextos ( psicoterápico, educacional, organizacional, social…)
-Novas aplicações de técnicas e atualizações de conceitos teóricos que instrumentam intervenções com grupos;
-Apresentação de diferentes formas de se gestar o conhecimento em congressos, cursos de formação e outros espaços educativos
-Busca de novos caminhos para ampliar o reconhecimento, divulgação e subsidio de trabalhos com grupo;
-Atualização da concepção de saúde e doença de grupos e de indivíduos em grupos.

La forma de comunicacion es libe y se puede realizar por medio de:
– Intervambio de articulos textos eimagenes sobre trabajos
realizados
-Debates informales
-Invitaciones y preparaciones a compartir treas de preparacion de trabajos en congresos, publicaciones, intercambio y colaboraciones institucionales, entre otras posivilidades.


 

A forma de comunicação é livre, podendo se efetivar por meio de:

-Trocas de artigos e documentos no formato de texto, imagem e som sobre trabalhos realizados
-Debates informais
-Convites e preparação para novas parcerias, com meta na realização de trabalhos em congressos , publicação de textos, intercâmbio e parcerias interinstitucionais, entre outras possibilidades

Se ha mandado un artículo titulado “suicidio” en base a la crisis económica en España y los suicidios que ha provocado como consecuencia de los desalojos de viviendas. Te esperamos!


 

Foi enviado um artigo com o título “suicidio”, com base na crise econômica da Espanha e suas consequências na vida psíquica dos indivíduos. Aguardamos você por lá!

LA LISTA DE DISCUSION EN ESPAÑOL/PORTUGUES – PARA SUSCRIBIR
Para suscribir a la lista de discusión en español/portugues, por favor complete los datos del siguiente formulario. Por favor, asegúrese que los datos de su casilla de e-mail sea la correcta. Si tiene dudas por favor contactar al administradora de la lista, Gregorio Armañanzas Ros, spanishportuguesechair@iagp.com

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