Intensive Training in Short-Term Group Analysis Skills

    The Institute of Group Analysis in partnership with The Association for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy 

                        
               The Association for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy 

    Intensive Training in Short-Term Group Analysis Skills  

    with Steinar Lorentzen   


    Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd October 2015

    Venue: IGA, 1 Daleham Gardens, London NW3 5BY

    Early Booking Advised

    Steinar Lorentzen is psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and group analyst and a founding member of the Institute of Group Analysis, Norway. He is also Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Oslo.  Steinar Lorentzen is a leader in the development of Short Term Group Analytic work.

    This workshop for IGA and APP members and other group psychotherapists is based on Steinar’s recently published book ‘Group Analytic Psychotherapy - working with affective, anxiety and personality disorders’, (2014 Routledge), describing many years of extensive research in short-term and group analytic psychotherapy. Following a successful 1-day skills training workshop for group analysts in the UK in September 2014, Steinar is returning to provide an intensive 2-day workshop incorporating skills training in all 4 stages of his STG (Short Term Group Analysis) model in October 2015 for the IGA in London. It will teach the stages and provide role play and discussion groups based on participants’ own case material.

    Workshop places have been limited to 50 to facilitate an intensive learning environment. Steinar will be supported in delivering this workshop by group analysts familiar with his model. 

    The role plays of 'group psychotherapy' facilitated by Steinar will be filmed for future training purposes for the IGA. Other role play groups will not to be filmed. 

    An IGA workshop in partnership with the APP

    This 2-day workshop is part of a trilogy of workshops and events on evidence based group psychotherapy and group analytic work. The other 2 events will take place January to July 2016 and will cover the areas of ‘Group Analysis in today’s world of commissioning & NICE guidelines’.

    This CPD workshop has been commissioned by the CMC (Clinical & Membership Committee) of the IGA.


    Friday, 2nd October

    9:30

    Registration. Coffee/tea

    10:00

    Welcome. Overview of the workshop. Angela/Steinar

    10:15

    Guidelines for short-term Group analytic psychotherapy. Effectiveness. Steinar

    11:00

    Break

    11:15

    Role playing Ia, short-term group. Engagement. Steinar

    11:45

    Short report from group members and general discussion

    12:30-13:30

    Lunch

    13:30

    Role playing Ib. Short-term group. Conductor: One appointed participant.

    Role playing 25 minutes. Discussion 25 minutes.

    14:20

    Coffee/tea

    14:50

    Role playing II, short-term group. Differentiation. Steinar

    15:20-16:30

    Short report from group members and general discussion


     

    Saturday, 3rd October

    09:30

    Role playing IIIa, short-term group. Interpersonal work. Steinar

    10:00

    Short report from group members and general discussion

    10:45

    Break

    11:00

    Small group discussion

    12:00 -13:00

    Lunch

    13:00

    Role playing IIIb. Short-term group. Conductor: One appointed participant.

    Role playing 30 minutes. Discussion 30 minutes

    14:00

    Coffee/tea

    14:20

    Role playing IV, short-term group. Termination. Steinar

    14:50

    Short report from group members and discussion of termination event.

    15:15-16:15

    Plenary discussion. All events



    Cost:

    Fees

    Early bird
    paid before 31st July

    Fee paid after 31st July

    Public Fee

    £170.00

    £190.00

    IGA/ APP Member

    £150.00

    £170.00

    IGA Student

    £110.00

    £130.00

    Lunch

    £10.00

    £10.00

    10% reduction on second workshop when booking on 2 trilogy workshops,15% reduction on second and third workshops when booking on 3 trilogy workshops.

    How to book: 

    Book Online 
    by phone (020 7431 2693) using your debit card (no charge) or credit card (2% fee)

    Early Booking Advised


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