YPS – Trends in Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes Project

Trends in Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes

The IAGP Young Professional Section has initiated a research project aimed at identifying current trends in group psychotherapy and group processes. To achieve this, the Section is encouraging Master and PhD students to submit the English abstracts of their thesis for consideration in a competition that will recognize the most representative studies in this field.

Objective: The primary objective of this research project is to map the diverse topics that IAGP members and affiliated organizations’ members are currently exploring within the realms of group psychotherapy and group processes. The Young Professional Section aims to highlight and reward outstanding contributions on the latest developments and trends in this field.

Submission Details: Interested young professionals are requested to submit the abstracts of their Master or PhD thesis to Nilüfer Demirhan, the chair of the Young Professional Section. Submissions should be sent to ypschair@iagp.com

Recognition: By offering a prize, the IAGP Young Professional Section aims to encourage further exploration and innovation in this field, ultimately contributing to the advancement of knowledge and practices in group psychotherapy and group processes.

Prize: IAGP will offer 1-year membership to the 5 most representatives of different trends identified in this research.

Deadline for Applications: 1st March 2024

The IAGP Young Professional Section’s call for abstracts from Master and PhD students marks an exciting opportunity to give visibility and reward research contributions in the dynamic field of group psychotherapy and group processes. This initiative is anticipated to foster collaboration, exchange of ideas, and the continued growth of knowledge within the global community of practitioners and researchers in this field. Participants are encouraged to submit their abstracts and contribute to the collective understanding of current tendencies in group psychotherapy and group processes.

Warmly,
Nilüfer Demirhan
YPS Chair