Working in Groups CPD
Working in Groups: Theory and Practice
Following a successful pilot project we are pleased to be able to offer a continuing program of Friday CPD seminars which are designed to develop and support the on-going practice of group analytic group work in the NHS and Voluntary sector in the north of England. These seminars are a collaboration between the Institute of Group Analysis, the Northern School of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and the Leeds and York NHS Foundation Trust. Group analysis is a method of psycho-analytic psychotherapy wherein the group itself is developed as the medium of therapy.
These seminars will offer the opportunity for group practitioners to examine a wide range of topics related to the practice of analytic group psychotherapy in the current climate. We will also explore contemporary developments in group theory.
There will be 3 seminars between January 2017 and March 2017. The seminars run from 2.00-5.00pm and incorporate three elements – a presentation by an invited speaker, small group discussion and a large application group which will include a presentation of a current group. It is expected that participants will bring (anonymised) case material and be ready to share their own experience.
These seminars are open to group analysts, group psychotherapists, and all health service professionals, with an interest in therapeutic, team and/or organisational group work.
For more information on the Institute of Group Analysis please see our Partnerships webpage
Working in Groups CPD Flyer
January 2017 - March 2017