|The aim of the Family Therapy Section is to offer to professionals who are working with families and couples throughout the world a containing forum to communicate by exchanging experience, sharing expertise and expressing reflections on clinical, theoretical, social as well as cultural issues of family therapy and family dynamics|
We are glad to present you the goals for IAGP's Family Therapy Section, coordinated by Maite Pi. The Family Therapy Sections aims to extend the opportunity of an exchange of experiences to other regions. The aim of the Section is to share different experiences in research, prevention and intervention with famílies and couples in different countries to be discussed in the Section discussion list. Professionals are invited to write about their experiences and research in various contexts of work all over the world.
All members and new members of Family Therapy Section are welcome!
It's intended that the new dynamics given to the Section and the discussion list give visibility to all professionals in the field of Family Therapy.
|WHO SHOULD JOIN?
The Family Therapy Section should be conceived as a large international group of professionals coming from diverse disciplines and different theoretical schools jointly interested in family dynamics and phenomena. Regardless of theoretical background (i.e psycho-analytic, object relations, systemic, cognitive-behavioral, client-centered, etc) the forum is currently open to both IAGP members and non-members with a professional interest in the field. However, we strongly recommend that all eligible subscribers become IAGP members. For further details of IAGP membership, please click here.)
|WHAT TOPICS ARE COVERED
AND HOW IS THE LIST RUN?
List members can use the forum to discuss topics such as:
a) New developments in Family and/or Couple Therapy including
research, training, theory and practice
HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE LIST
To sign up for the Family Therapy Section Discussion List, please contact email@example.com
For further details and with any questions about the IAGP's Family Therapy Section discussion list, please contact Family Section Chair and List leader
Maite Pi Ordónez, MD (Spain): firstname.lastname@example.org