EGATIN Study Days

     

    Jointly hosted by Group Analysis South West (GASW) and the Institute of Group Analysis (IGA)

    24-26 April 2015


    GROUP ANALYTIC TRAINING AND THE SOCIAL CONTEXT


    Keynote speaker:

    Farhad Dalal

      

    Speakers: Spyros Loutsos and Mohamed Taha

     

    Group Analysis emerged within a social context that was different from where we are now in the early twenty-first century. We might realistically expect group analytic training institutes to ask of themselves, and in turn be asked by those using or considering group analytic training;

    • What does group analysis and therefore group analytic training institutes have to offer the world today?
    • How might we understand ourselves and our role within the current socio-political context?
    • Can we provide trainings that equip trainees to make a living providing group analytic services within a challenging and ever-changing social and political context?
    • Do our training environments encourage or discourage independent thinking in our trainees?

    If you are interested in the future of group analytic training, and its relevance to the post-modern world, then the 2015 Study Days in Bristol offer you the chance to think with others about these sorts of issues.

     

    Venue:
    The Bristol Hotel
    Prince Street, Bristol BS1 4QF
    www.doylecollection.com/hotels/the-bristol-hotel

    Book online

     

    Click here to download EGATIN Study Days Brochure

    And other accommodation in the area is as follows:

    Youth Hostel: www.yha.org.uk/hostel/bristol

    Marriott Bristol City Centre: www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/travel/brsdt-bristol-marriott-hotel-city-centre

    Novotel Bristol Centre: www.novotel.com/gb/hotel-5622-novotel-bristol-centre/index.shtml

    Travelodge Bristol Central: www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/78/Bristol-Central-hotel

    Other hotels may be found on Trivago: www.trivago.co.uk

    We may be able to host some registrants with local analysts/students in Bristol  to help with costs. For hosting inquiries please contact groupanalysisuk@gmail.com

    The EGATIN Committee:
    Paula Carvalho, Chairperson: paulatcarvalho@gmail.com
    Jose Miguel Sunyer, Treasurer: institutogrupoanalisis.omie@gmail.com
    Amélie Noack, Hon Secretary: amelienoac@aol.com
    Tija Despotovich, Membership secretary: tija.despotovic@gmail.com
    Jutta Gliem, International Standards Liaison: dr.jutta-gliem@gmx.de
    Vera Balabanova, Web-master: balabanova@mail.ru


     

    www.egatin.net

    www.groupanalysis.org

    www.gasw.co.uk

     

    Programme:

    Click here to download PDF version of the programme

    Friday 24th April 2015

    12:30

    Registration (Tea and Coffee)

    14:00

    Opening/Welcome by Paula Carvalho

     

    (Chair EGATIN) and Julie Wilde (Chair LOC)

    14:15

    Presentation: Speaker Farhad Dalal

     

    Group Analytic Training and the Social Context

     

    (Chair: Paula Carvalho)

    15:00

    Coffee break

    15:15

    Response to Farhad Dalal paper: Amelie Noack

    16:00

    Break

    16:30

    Small discussion groups

    18:00

    Break

    18:15 to 19:45          

    Large group: Conductors – Vera Balabanova (EGATIN) Christine Brookes (GASW)

    20:30 to 22:00

    WELCOME RECEPTION

     

     

    Saturday 25th April 2015

    8:30

    Tea and Coffee

    9:00

    Large Group

    10:30

    Coffee break

    11:00

    Presentation by trainees: 

     

    Presentation by trainees: Laura Sennen and Alex Chapman from Bristol, Jasmina Stojkovic Pavlovic and Natasa Jankovic from Belgrade.
    Chair: Jutta Gliem 

    11:45

    Small discussion group

    13:15

    Buffet/light lunch

    13:15 to 14:00

    meeting of EGATIN committee with trainees

    14:15 to 16:15

    TOUR: Clifton Suspension Bridge or the SS Great Britain

    16:30        

    Presentation:
    ‘Group Analytic training during the financial crisis’ Spyros Loutsos
    ‘Group Psychotherapy in Egypt: the Past, the Present and the Future’ Mohamed Taha 

    (Chair: Tija Despotovic)

    17:15

    Break

    17:30 to 19:00

    Large group        

    20:00

    GALA DINNER

     

     

    Sunday 26th April 2015

    9:00

    Delegates sensitivity meeting (Tea and Coffee)

    10:05

    EGATIN Policy meeting

     

    (observers welcome)

    11:00

    Coffee break

    11:30 to 13:15

    Annual General Meeting

     

    (observers welcome)

    Fee

     

    Fee Before 1 April

    Fee After 1 April

    Western European participants

    £175

    £210

    Eastern European participants

    £140

    £175

    Western European trainees

    £105

    £120

    Eastern European trainees

    £90

    £105

    Accompanying persons

    £80

    £80

     

    To book:
    Book online
    by phone (020 7431 2693) using your debit card (no charge) or credit card (2% fee)
    or send your name, address and contact details, including your email address and organisation (please state your occupation) with a cheque (made out to “The Institute of Group Analysis”)  to The Events Administrator, IGA, 1 Daleham Gardens, London NW3 5BY


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