IAGP International Association of Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes

The international Association of Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes (IAGP) is a network of professionals involved in the development of group theory, clinical practice, training, research and consultancy. The origins of IAGP can be traced back more than 50 years, when Jacob L. Moreno and Sigmund H. Foulkes began to plan the formation of an international group psychotherapy organization. The IAGP network provides opportunities for meeting the others: professions, theories and cultures – who are exploring the applications of small, median and large group processes in clinical, organizational and political settings. These meetings have great potential for furthering international cooperation on training, research, clinical work and consultancy in transcultural and global societies.

IAGP International and Regional Congresses
International congresses: Cartagena (2012), Rome (2009), Sao Paulo (2006), Istanbul (2003), Jerusalem (2000), London (1998), Buenos Aires (1995), Montreal (1992), Amsterdam (1989), Zagreb (1986), Mexico City (1984 and 1957) and Toronto (1954). Regional congresses: Barcelona (2005), Taipei (2005 and 1993), Athens (2004), Suntec City, Singapore (2003), Melbourne (2001), Zadar (2001), Tokyo (1999), Bertinoro (1997), Stockholm (2001 and 1997), Melbourne (1991), Budapest (1990) and Tokyo (1988).

  • Executive Committee

  • Board of Directors

  • Section Chairs

  • Past presidents