Why Webinars?IAGP has taken its innovative educational programmes to many parts of the world - most recently in Georgia. We are now pleased to use the power of the Internet to extend our reach further, bringing IAGP’s educational opportunities to anyone with an internet connection, anywhere in the world. In June, we held our first special webinar weekend focusing on psychodrama and group-analysis with Marcia Almeida Batista and Earl Hopper. We then offered a webinar on working with children and families in therapeutic groups presented by Paula Peron and Alessandra Barbieri. And in December, Mariangela Wechsler led a webinar about family thereapy from a psychodrama and systemic perspective. Last weekend, Greg Crosby led a two-part webinar dealing with cognitive behavioral group therapy perspective strategies to deal onine with managing the anxiety surrounding COVID-19. On 28th March, he will lead a questions andd answers session about the webinar. Stay tuned for more webinars in the coming months! NB: Future webinars will take place at different times and in different languages, to accommodate our members in different countries and time zones. Below you can find some basic information about our webinars:1. Who can take attend a webinar?Our webinars are open to anyone with a professional interest in groups. However, However, to get the most out of our webinars and to benefit from IAGP’s other exciting networking opportunties, we strongly recommend that attendees join IAGP at http://www.iagp.com/membership
2. Who can present a webinar?
Applications to present a webinar are accepted only from IAGP members. Again