Welcome to E.G.A.T.I.N
Next EGATIN Study Days & AGM "VISION - SUPER-VISION IN GROUP ANALYTIC TRAINING" will be in Zagreb, 21-23 April, 2017
Presentations made at EGATIN Study Days & AGM 22-24 April 2016 in Zurich can be read on the page "Presentations"
Please read the Info Letter from Chair of EGATIN Paula Carvalho in the directo,
ry “Members Only”-Information-General Information.
Pay attention please to the info about upcoming Group Analytic conferences and other Group Analytic events on the page “Other Group Analytic Events”
On that page you can read the first Call for Papers for GASi Symposium 2017 in Berlin.
E.G.A.T.I.N. Constitution was adopted in its final form by the General Meeting of Delegates at E.G.A.T.I.N.ís Inaugural Meeting, in Heidelberg, on October 16th, 1988.
In the years that followed a revision was considered necessary and all participating Institutions were invited to submit their proposals. The present form contains the amendments which were voted upon during Delegates Meeting which took place in Heidelberg, on September 4th, 1993.
E.G.A.T.I.N. is a network of organizations which offer training programmes in Group Analysis in Europe. It aims at promoting, on a non-profit basis, scientific, educational and cultural activities related to the training in Group Analysis.
Training programs in Group Analysis is provided in most of the European countries, and a primary purpose of E.G.A.T.I.N. is to provide opportunities for dialogue and exchange, in a European and International context, between the training institutions.
E.G.A.T.I.N. helps to facilitate the development and extension of training in group analysis in countries where such training is not provided.
E.G.A.T.I.N. will encourage high standards in group analytic training programmes, through the sharing of expertise and experience between member organization regarding:
a. professional and other training programmes
b. pre-qualifying, qualifying, post-graduate education and training programmes and activities
c. theoretical, clinical and educational paradigms, models and objectives
d. procedures and criteria for selection in professional training programmes
e. standards and criteria for qualification (graduation)
f. standards and criteria for accreditation to practice
g. curriculum material, texts, papers and projects
h. principles, methods and approaches in supervision
i. principles, methods and approaches in the training group analysis, and in the use
and relevance of other forms of personal therapy for training
j. ethical principles and codes of practice
k. committee and organizational structures which support a – j above