The IAGP also has committees including the Trauma and Disaster Management committee and the Education committee.
The Family Therapy Section aims to provide a platform for practitioners, regardless of their experience level and those interested in the field. It serves as a space for sharing experiences, seeking mutual support, and learning from various approaches such as psychodrama, sociometry, systems models, Jungian, analytical, narrative therapy, and art therapy. It addresses specific topics within families, including addictions, trauma, grief and loss, separation – divorce, displacement, domestic violence, cultural-religious tensions, migration (refugees and exile), self-harm, and family education.
Our section organises regular meetings for open discussions and conducts webinars on specific subjects. We are open to suggestions from our members and society to ensure the section remains relevant.
For more information, please reach out to Dr Carlos Raimundo at email@example.com
Analytic group (formerly group analysis) section
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.
For more information, please reach out to Konstantinos Liolios, MD at firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizational consultancy section
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.
For more information, please reach out to Simon McLellan, at email@example.com
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.
For further information please reach out to Jacob Gershoni at firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Professionals’ section
This section has been officially established in September 2013. Aim of the section is to create
a space for young professionals to meet, to think and to produce together for IAGP. The
section collaborates with other sections and creates projects, webinars, workshops,
fundraising events and invites all young professionals to join in these events. IAGP values and
supports young professionals and calls them to become a part of the association, to share
about their research and case studies in our discussion list and to participate and present their
works in the regional and international conferences.
For further information and to be involved in the projects of YPS, please email
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. There is also a discussion list in Spanish and Portuguese about Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes.