Saturday 21st May 2016, from 17:15
at The Institute of Group Analysis
1 Daleham Gardens, London NW3 5BY
We are delighted to invite you to the book launch of IGA's 40th Anniversary publication Vol II, edited by Jason Maratos, 'Applications of Group Analysis for the Twenty-First Century' at the IGA London on Saturday 21st of May from 17:15
The Institute of Group Analysis (IGA) celebrates forty years from its foundation with the publication of two new volumes tracing the foundations and applications of Group Analysis. [...] The second volume (‘Applications’) focuses on the numerous fields of work that use group analytic principles. Workers in the field of forensic psychotherapy would now consider it a great omission if they did not use some form of group analytic intervention, as would professionals dealing with those who manifest personality disorders, or those who work with different age groups, such as adolescents. Group analysis has made significant contribution to organisational work, to feminism and anti-discrimination (including anti-racism) as well as in education. The separate school of family therapy was based on group analysis, and in fact the first course of family therapy was based on group analysis and the Institute of Family Therapy was founded by (among others) the founders of IGA.
Flyer with more information on the two volumes can be found here
This event is FREE OF CHARGE for IGA members/students and £5 for the public.
We will be serving wine, cheese and nibbles. Both volumes, ‘Foundations’ and ‘Applications’, will be available for purchase for a 10% discount at £27 each (original price £29.99).
BOOK HERE or by sending an email to Mari Haugen at email@example.com