“The Languages of Groups: the power to include and exclude”, 4th – 6th September 2020 Подробности здесь
В члены ОГРА приняты:
18 апреля 2020 года состоялась онлайн конференция ОГРА. "Из круга на экран. ГА в эпоху короновируса". Подробности здесь
Внимание, коллеги! Совместная российско-израильская конференция по групповому анализу перенесена, Санкт-Петербург, 4-6 июня 2021 года. Подробности здесь
Joint Russian-Israeli Conference on Group Analysis, June 4-6, 2021, Saint-Petersburg. Read More
Президент, члены КС и члены ТК ОГРА поздравляют члена ОГРА Татьяну Леонтьевну Данченко (Шибакову) с присвоением квалификационного статуса ОГРА «групповой аналитик»
"Вестник Группового анализа (ОГРА) Санкт-Петербург. Выпуск 2" Подробности здесь
Collection of Works on Group Analysis, 2nd issue. Read More
КС сообщает о создании рабочих групп по сотрудничеству с МИГА
The Coordinating Council informs about starting working groups on cooperation with the MIGA
Начинается набор в новую группу "Мама-малыш
Enrollment in a new group “Mother-baby from 0 to 3” is open. The first group in Russia using the method of group analysis has been completed successfully. However, the project continues, we are looking forward to meeting new participants.
ЯНВАРЬ 2020 ПРОДОЛЖАЕТСЯ очередной набор на первый год обучения групповому анализу "Основы группового анализа"
Further admission for the Course “The Basics of Group Analysis” is open since January 2020
Уважаемые коллеги, поздравляем вас с хорошей новостью
Dear Colleagues, we congratulate you on good news. The SGA has been admitted as one of the full members of EFPP
Продолжается набор слушателей!
The admission for the Course on ‘The Basics of Group Analysis and Group-Analytical Psychotherapy’ is still open. Read more
Foundation Weekend: Reflective Practice in Organisations. 10th – 11th October 2020. Информация ЗДЕСЬ
Онлайн всего: 1
Introductory and Qualifying Course in Group Analysis
(Saint-Petersburg and Russia)
TRAINING AT COURSES
We invite all of those who are willing to learn how to run groups and to become a professional group conductor. This course is of special value for those specialists who have completed or who are completing their training within psychoanalytical, psychological, medical, pedagogical, social and other humanitarian areas. The course is available for residents of Saint-Petersburg and other Russian towns and cities. If there are proposals from individuals or organizations interested in setting up and running the course, it can be delivered to any region of Russia.
· The course has a registration and accreditation by the Training Committee of the SGA which is a full member of the E.G.A.T.I.N. (E.G.A.T.I.N. Qualifying Members), i.e. it has a full right to provide complete (qualifying) training in group analysis.
· The course has accreditation with the European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (EFPP). There is an opportunity for the course students to have the hours which they have spent on theoretical preparation, supervision and training analysis credited when receiving qualifying statuses in the EFPP.
The course consists of two stages:
Stage 1 – Introductory Course, Stage 2 – Qualifying Course.
Stage 1 – Introductory course
Admission for the Course is open every year.
The aim of the introductory course is to receive primary knowledge and experience in theory and practice of group analysis which will be sufficient to start a practice as a conductor of a group-analytical group under a regular supervisory control. The course program meets the requirements of the SGA (see the SGA course “The Basics of Group Analysis”). On completion of the introductory course the participants are awarded a SGA certificate for the completed Introductory Course which is internationally acknowledged. You can receive a SGA status of “a candidate group analytic” and a SGA certificate confirming the qualification. This enables you to run groups under the supervisor’s control.
The Introductory Course structure:
1 year, 5 blocks a year, a 3-day block, once in 2 months. Each block includes: lectures, seminars, small and big groups. Theory – 40 hours, practice – 72 hours. The residents of Saint-Petersburg can participate in small groups in groups which meet once a week or during the block.
You can find it sufficient to complete only Stage 1. However, if you want to become an expert in this profession you are recommended to take the next stage. Those who have completed the Introductory Course are admitted to Stage Two.
The value of the introductory course:
You can run a group within any approach, feel confident and calm when running a group, understand group processes and know how to deal with them.
Stage 2 – Qualifying Course
The aim of the Qualifying Course is to teach how to run groups. The program meets the SGA requirements (The Qualifying Course Program). The course will make you an expert: you will start your own group and run it under a constant supervision of qualified specialists. You will have an opportunity to communicate professionally and analyze your and others’ experience. Every block offers lectures with deep studying of group analysis and / or psychoanalysis, seminars tackling theoretical and practical issues about how to run groups, small and big groups, supervisions and intervisions (groups of mutual supervision).
The structure of the Qualifying Course
4 years, 5 blocks a year, a 3-day block. Unlike Introductory Course, Qualifying Course has also supervision and intervision. From the second year of training the students must start running their own small group-analytical groups under supervision. Residents of Saint-Petersburg can attend training small and supervisory groups once a week or during the blocks, residents of other places – during the blocks.
The Course Director and Conductor:
Tatyana Vladimirovna Dmitriyeva (T.V. Dmitrieva), PhD in Psychology, a group analytic (the London Institute of Group Analysis diploma), an analytic, a supervisor and training analytic of the EFPP (the European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy), a training group-analytic and supervisor of the SGA (the Society of Group Analysis), director and lecturer in the professional development courses on group analysis at the Eastern European Institute of Psychoanalysis (1997-2011) and Saint-Petersburg State University (2013). She is the author of the book “Synergetic group psychotherapy, group analysis, dynamic group psychotherapy”.
The Course Conductors:
Vladimir Alexandrovich Shamov (V.A. Shamov), PhD in Medicine, a group analytic (the London Institute of Group Analysis diploma), an analytic, a supervisor and training analytic of the EFPP (the European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy), a training group-analytic and supervisor of the SGA, director and lecturer in professional development courses on group analysis at the Eastern European Institute of Psychoanalysis (1997-2011) and Saint-Petersburg State University (2013).
Zoya Alexandrovna Shargalina (Z.A. Shargalina), a clinical psychologist of the highest category at the Municipal Psycho-Neurological Hospital #5, a group analytic (the London Institute of Group Analysis diploma), a supervisor and training group-analytic of the SGA.
Invited lecturers: members of the SGA Training Committee and other organizations (including foreign organizations).
Apply for the course:
The Introductory Course is open every year.
Enquire and apply:
For further detail and application please contact Course Director Tatyana Vladimirovna Dmitriyeva
telephone +7 905 277 3992
or Vladimir Alexandrovich Shamov
tel. +7 921 650 6314
Those students who are in personal therapy and supervision with the EFPP, SGA or the Guild of Psychotherapy and Training, have the therapy and supervision Course hours credited as qualification hours.
By October 30, 2017 – 25% discount for the first block of Introductory Course of 2017 / 2018
By December 15, 2016 – 10% discount for the first block of Introductory Course of 2017 / 2018