The American Group Psychotherapy Association extends our thoughts and support to the victims, their families and friends, and the entire LGBTQ community in the aftermath of the shooting in Orlando. We want all of you to know that we stand with you and are available to provide support in any way that is needed. Resources are available on our site. You can also contact us at dfeirman@agpa.org.


AGPA serves as the voice of group therapy for mental health clinicians and the public-at-large, both nationally and internationally. The AGPA provides vital information on group psychotherapy in a variety of ways. Our efforts provide global access to group psychotherapy education and professional development, research, and outreach services. AGPA promotes awareness about the healing power of group. Learn more about our organization.


Help Build the Future for Group Therapy - Make a Gift to the Group Foundation for Advancing Mental Health 

Support the Group Foundation mission to change lives through therapeutic group work by advancing the most effective and innovative approaches to group therapy education, training, research and community outreach. Your gift is particularly important as we enter the year of the 75th Anniversary of AGPA and begin a Group Foundation Campaign in celebration of this milestone, and a goal of expanding our programs for scholarships, research, society and speaker awards, agency training, community outreach and technology improvements.  Please make your gift before June 30 to help us in the current funding year. Contributions can be made online at http://member.agpa.org/imis/agpa/donate.


75 Years of Group Therapy

AGPA will be commemorating its 75th Anniversary in 2017! We hope that you will be able to join us for the celebrations at our 2017 Meeting, March 6-11 in New York City.  The theme is "Connecting, Educating, and Leading for 75 Years: The Theory, Science, and Practice of Group Therapy."  Early bird registration guarantees 2016 rates for the 2017 meeting as well as priority enrollment. Register Now


The July 2016 Issue of the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy is available online!

This issue features articles on:

  • Countertransference & Projective Identification
  • Groups for Marginalized Patients
  • Day Programs: Patient, Therapist & Parent Perspectives
  • Adult Recollections of Child Art Therapy

AGPA members receive online access to the Journal as a benefit of their membership, to access log on to the AGPA members only website using your username and password. If you are not a member of AGPA, you can order the Journal directly from Taylor & Francis.

Sign up for New Content Alerts for International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. New Content Alerts are email alerts that let you know when new issues are added to the Journal. You'll receive a full listing of the articles scheduled to appear in each issue in advance of publication.


It’s Membership Renewal Time

Renew your membership: online, by phone or by mail. To take advantage of online renewal, Log In to the AGPA website. Once logged in, select “Renew Your Membership” from the grey toolbar located at the top of the page. Contact AGPA at 877-668-2472 toll free or 212-477-2677 to renew by phone and/or to have a renewal notice mailed to you. You can also email us at agpamembership@agpa.org

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