New Readings in Group Analysis (NRGA) Conference 2019
With presentations from Maddy Loat and Andrew Mallett
Date: Saturday 6 July 2019, 9:30 AM - 5:45 PM
Venue: Institute of Group Analysis, London NW3 5BY
The annual New Readings in Group Analysis conference presents an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in Group Analysis, whether member of the public, IGA trainee or IGA member, to come together to discuss emerging ideas, visions and applications in the field. Over the years, the NRGA conferences have promoted dialogue within the Group Analytic field as well as between Group Analysis and other fields. It is a forum where both new and old narratives can be heard and debated, providing an opportunity for reflective and critical thinking about theory and practice and their interrelationship.
This year we have an exciting day planned with two group analysts presenting their work on the paradoxical nature of group life.
Maddy Loat: The Relational Power Paradox: Constraint and Enablement in the Group and its Therapeutic Potential
Andrew Mallett: Dis-illusionment and Belonging: The Group as Theatre
9:30 AM Registration and refreshments
9:50 AM Introduction to the day
10:00 AM Presentation followed by Q&A
Maddy Loat - The Relational Power Paradox: Constraint and Enablement in the Group and its Therapeutic Potential
10:45 AM Refreshment break
11.00 AM Small Group
12.30PM Lunch Break
1.45 PM Presentation followed by Q&A
Andrew Mallett - Dis-illusionment and Belonging: The Group as Theatre
2.30 PM Small Group
4.00PM Refreshment Break
4.15PM Large Group
5.45PM Drinks & Snacks
Earlybird fee deadline: 14th June
IGA Students £39/55
IGA Members £59/75
Public Fee £69/85
The NRGA Committee consists of Patrick Gannon, Maddy Loat, Alex Dixon,Daniel Anderson, Francesca Mineo and Marisa Sharpe
Maddy Loat: Dr Maddy Loat is a group analyst and clinical psychologist working across the NHS, third sector organisations and various psychotherapy training institutes. She is also a supervisor, trainer and part-time university lecturer who maintains a private practice in London.
Andrew Mallett: Andrew Mallett is a group analyst. He currently works in the NHS, in a university counselling team and in private practice. For the last 15 years he has also been active as an organisational coach and trainer, focusing mainly on management and leadership skills.