The IAGP has special
interest sections in family therapy, group analytic group work, psychodrama,
organizational consultancy and transcultural issues. The new Young
Professionals Section was established by the IAGP Board in early
September 2013 Members may
belong to several sections.
The IAGP also has task forces, including the Task Force for Disaster Management and the Education Task Force.
This page provides basic information about the Sections, with links to further details and services.
|FAMILY THERAPY SECTION
Chair: Maite Pi Ordónez, MD (Spain)
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
The Family Therapy Section runs an online discussion list, which is currently open to both IAGP members and non-members. For further details, please click here.
(FORMERLY GROUP ANALYSIS)
Chair: Anne Lindhardt M.D (Denmark)
The Analytic Group Section aims to facilitate the exchange of information and viewpoints between group analysts and others interested in furthering the practice of group analysis throughout the world.
The Analytic Group Section runs an online discussion list, which is currently open to both IAGP members and non-members. For further details, please click here.
Chair: Peter Howie M.Ed, T.E.P. (Australia)
The Organizational Consultancy Section aims to help develop and promote organizational consultancy, and to provide a supportive environment for those working in the field.
The Organizational Consultancy Section runs an online discussion list, which is currently open to both IAGP members and non-members. For further details and to sign up, please click here.
Chair: Dena Baumgartner, PhD, TEP (USA)
The Psychodrama Section aspires to cooperate with other IAGP Sections and disseminate information about psychodrama and related areas. Our aim is to serve as an international professional-scientific forum dedicated to the exchange of knowledge and ideas and the advancement of psychodrama, and to organize workshops and presentations at IAGP congresses. We encourage new ideas and the development of new lines of communication. Our aim is to build intercultural bridges
The Psychodrama Section runs the Worldwide Psychodrama Announcement List, which is open to both IAGP members and non-members. For further details and to sign up, please click here.
In addition, the Psychodrama Section now runs a discussion list. For further details and to sign up, please click here.
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS SECTION
Chair: Ahmed Abdelkarim (Egypt)
In September, 2013, the IAGP Board officially established a new Section for Young Professionals. For more information, please contact email@example.com
Chair: Cristina Martinez-Taboada Kutz, PhD (Spain)
The IAGP's Transcultural Section provides a forum for discussion of transcultural issues arising within the work of the IAGP, and within the professional lives of its members.
The Transcultural Section runs an online discussion list, which is currently open to both IAGP members and non-members. For further details and to sign up, please click here.
TASK FORCE FOR DISASTER
Chair: Richard Beck Chair, Task Force for Trauma-Disaster Management (USA)
Chair of Trauma and Disaster Intervention Team (TDIT) : Eva Fahlstrom Borg (Sweden)
The aftermath of disasters, be they natural or man induced, is devastation and trauma for victims, survivors, their families, communities and their responders, the helpers and the care givers. All may struggle with feelings of hopelessness, fears of isolation, and being forgotten by the outside world. The IAGP Disaster/Trauma Task Force is a community outreach program whose mission is to reach out and connect with colleagues who are in situations where disaster/trauma has occurred and offer supportive services: such as protocols; consultation, educational and psychological and emotional support, referrals and the very basic human response that “we are here”.
You can read more about the Task Force For Disaster Management here.