"An opportunity for those with an interest in group analysis to develop their thinking alongside others in a creative group environment"
GAN hosts Friday meetings which are led by qualified group analysts. These meetings are open to all members of GAN and students on IGA courses. They provide an opportunity for those with an interest in group analysis to develop their thinking alongside others in a creative group environment. The Seminars are held at and in conjunction with the University of Manchester. They also form an integral part of the theory requirement of the IGA Qualifying Course in Group Analysis (Manchester) and IGA Diploma in Groupwork Practice (Manchester).
The focus for the seminars is "Applied Group Analysis" and topics recently covered have included: Eating Disorders; Academic Writing; Groupwork with Students; Staff Support Groups; Groups for Older People.
The venue for the seminars is
Ellen Wilkinson Building
University of Manchester
£75.00 per seminar
£30.00 per seminar for GAN members
(GAN membership costs £50.00 for the academic year. Click here.)
£30.00 per seminar for students on IGA Foundation and Diploma courses.
£250.00 - Special offer - for all four Friday Seminars when booked in advance.
Each Seminar runs from 10.00 a.m. - 3.00 p.m.
Full Programme 2018 - 19 here
March Programme 2019 here
Friday 9th November 2018 – Malcolm Kay and Sue Wallace
'What is this MBT Business (and how does it apply to groups)?'
Friday 7th December 2018 - Kay Young
'Gender - Who defines our identity and what happens when we self determine gender outside the ‘accepted’ binary?'
Friday 22nd March 2019 - Cynthia Rogers
'GP Stress - A group analytic approach to conceptualising and tackling the pressures general practitioners work under'
Friday 7th June 2019 - Martin Weegmann
'Dangerous Desire, Inanimate Attachment: Psychodynamics of Addiction'