New Readings in Group Analysis

    Saturday 18th June 2016, 9.30 - 16.30
    Institute of Group Analysis
    1 Daleham Gardens, London NW3 5BY

    Latitudes and Longitudes - From the Family to the Group: 

    Responding to Horizontal and Vertical Lines of Engagement Arising in the Matrix

    New Readings in Group Analysis (NRGA) organises presentations by recently qualified members offering an opportunity to discuss newly emerging ideas, visions and applications of Group Analysis.

    09.30am               Registration and Coffee

    10.00am               Welcome to New Readings in Group Analysis

    10.05am               Morning Lecture: Chair’s Introduction

    10.10am               The Sibling Blind Spot. Has Group Analysis neglected the complex issue of sibling dynamics?

    Val Parker

    10.35am               Respondent: Jason Maratos

    10.50am               Questions

    11.05am               Small Groups

    12.05pm               Lunch

    1.15pm                 Afternoon Lecture: Chair’s Introduction

    1.20pm                 Playing, Fighting and Working: the Changing Use of Transitional Phenomena in the Development of an Analytic Group.

    Catherine Bray

    1.45pm                 Respondent: Jessica Mayer Johnson

    2.00pm                 Questions

    2.15pm                 Small Groups

    3.15pm                 Tea

    3.45pm                 Large Group

    4.45pm                 Finish

    Committee consists of: Claire Barnes, Julia Borossa, Farideh Dizadji, Jean-Christophe Larkin, Vasilios Magalios and Sarah Tyerman


    IGA Members                £35

    IGA Students                £20

    Non-members               £50

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