Check out the program brochure for the Virtual AGPA Connect 2021 -- "The Power of Groups in a Challenging World"
Click here to review the program brochure for AGPA Connect 2021. We are excited by these offerings and we know you will be too. The AGPA Connect Committee has been hard at work formulating the 2021 virtual meeting. Our meeting is scheduled as follows. Click the links below to view full Institute and Conference event descriptions.
Two-Day Institute: Saturday and Sunday, February 13 & 14
-- Institute Plenary Address: Alexis Abernethy, PhD, CGP, FAGPA, Chief of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena California
Special Institute Presentations: Friday, February 19
-- Aaron Black, PhD, CGP, Faculty, Center for Group Studies, Rochester, New York; and
-- Zindel Segal, PhD, Founder of Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and professor of psychology at University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Three-Day Conference: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, February 25-27
Online Registration is open! Registration rates have been adjusted for our virtual meeting.
Foundation Awards & Scholarships Are Available
2021 AGPA Connect Scholarships: Attending AGPA Connect allows recipients to learn and grow personally and professionally, making connections that will last a lifetime. To apply for a scholarship, visit www.agpa.org/Foundation/scholarships, where there is detailed information and required application forms. Early decision deadline is January 4, 2021. Additional questions? E-mail email@example.com.
Accepting Nominations For Various Awards On Group Work: Celebrate those who are making a difference! Submit your nominations for the Alonso Award for Excellence in Psychodynamic Group Theory, Aaron Stein Memorial Fund Award, Social Responsibility Award, and the Humanitarian Award. Visit https://www.agpa.org/Foundation/awards for the entry instructions.
Upcoming e-Learning Events
Focused Group Analytic Psychotherapy (FGAP). Integration of Clinical Experience and Research.
Sunday, February 7, 2021, 2:00-3:30PM EST *Please be cognizant of applicable time zones
Steinar Lorentzen, MD, PhD
Group Analytic Psychotherapy is probably the most commonly used psychodynamic group therapy in Europe. Dr. Lorentzen’s research group has done research on different aspects of group analytic psychotherapy, and he has developed a model of Focused Group Analytic Psychotherapy (20 sessions) based on clinical experience and research. Dr. Lorentzen will present the main elements in this therapy and give examples of patients suitable for FGAP.
This event is complimentary for AGPA members. Participation and 1.5 CE credits are available at $30 for AGPA members and $60 for nonmembers. Register here.
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AGPA responds to the COVID-19 pandemic
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