Groups in Action (London)
The Institute of Group Analysis are pleased to introduce Groups in Action, a series of Short Training Courses that aims to extend the reach of group analytic methods in application to a variety of client groups and professional settings. Each training day has specific training aims and learning outcomes. CPD certificates will be provided.
For more information about our upcoming short training courses in this series please click on the course title. You can also find information on our past events on the bottom of this page.
Systemic Practice in Groupwork: A Systemic Lens for Meaning and Action in Groups
Saturday 13th October 2018, 10:00am - 5:00pm
From Isolation to Empowerment: Groupwork with Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Friday 19th October 2018. 10:00am - 5:00pm
Conflict, Authority and Difference in Churches: A Training Day for Clergy and Church Leaders
Friday 16th November 2018, 9:30am - 5:00pm
Understanding Groups in General Practice and Working At Scale: A Training Day for General Practitioners
Safety in Numbers: Groupwork in Prisons and Secure Mental Health Services
Friday 7th December 2018, 10:30am - 4:00pm
Friday 25th January 2019, 10:00am - 4:00pm
Compassion Focused Group Psychotherapy: Therapy and healing for those “on the edge”
Friday 14th June 2019, 10:00am - 4:00pm
"This was my second experience this year of training by Freedom from Torture. Again, it felt both safe and exciting: a fascinating subject, where a great deal of information had to be disseminated in a short time, and a large number of participants required skilful facilitation by the two course leaders, Robin Ewart-Biggs and Sarah Tucker. All of this was delivered. I felt both stimulated by the breadth and depth of the wide range of issues covered, and securely contained by the wisdom and experience of Sarah and Robin, enabling me to participate as fully as possible."
"I will continue to draw on the very impressive range of topics we covered in this training and, best of all, it was a really marvellous, inspiring day where I met people I knew and people I didn't know, and felt comfortable with both."
"I gained a better appreciation of the difficult circumstances facing asylum seekers and refugees, and how these might influence my style of working."
"It was very good: multiplicity of voices from the front; space for questions; conductors were approachable and helpful."
"Enlightening, informative and enjoyable. It has provided me with useful techniques to put into practice."
"Courses like this are long overdue and much needed."