Group Analysis was first published in January 1967 and was edited by S. H. Foulkes, the founder of group analysis. It is the international journal of the Group Analytic Society International and covers the theory, practice and experience of analytic group psychotherapy. This form of psychotherapy brings together concepts derived from psychoanalytic psychology, social psychology, group dynamics sociology and anthropology. It uses the integrative approach pioneered by S. H. Foulkes, based on the view that we are all primarily social persons.
Who can Access the Journal
The Journal is created by GASi members and administered by the GASi Office in London. However, access to the Journal is technically managed by SAGE Publications.
Only members of GASi can access the Journal.
If you have a query please contact Julia, GASi Office Manager on Office@groupanalysicsociety.co.uk or telephone the GASi Office on 020 7435 6611. The GASi Office is closed on Thursdays.
GASi website www.groupanalyticsociety.co.uk
Journal Webpage www.groupanalyticsociety.co.uk/gasi-world/the-journal/
IGA Members (non-students) do not have access to the Journal through their IGA membership subscriptions.
Students on specific IGA courses have access to the Journal through their GASi Student Membership. The cost of the GASi Student Membership is part of their IGA course fee (specific courses only).
To arrange GASi membership for specific IGA student groups the IGA Office in London liaises with the GASi Office in London.
The GASi Office then liaises with SAGE Publishing.
SAGE Publishing issues the log in details to students.
Independent providers of IGA courses liaise direct with the GASi Office.
The IGA Office
The IGA Office is unable to assist with log in queries relating to the Journal as IGA is not involved in the administrative aspects, once student names have been provided to the GASi Office.
To become a GASi Member
Contact Office@groupanalyticsociety.co.uk or sign up online.
To Access the Journal
You need your GASi Membership number (or other login provided by SAGE Publications) and your email address to access the Journal.
Go to http://journals.sagepub.com/ and sign in with your email address and password.
Once logged in, hover over My Tools and then click on My Account. You will see My Content on the left-hand side. Please click here and you will be able to access the Journal issues required.
To resolve technical queries
Please contact online technical support at SAGE: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org