BLACK LIVES MATTER
AGIP stands against racial injustice and will work to better understand how we as individuals and as a psychotherapeutic training organisation can be allies in the fight against racial injustice.
AGIP understands and supports the protests against racism that have taken place around the world following the murder of George Floyd in May. We agree that Black Lives Matter.
The full policy statement can be found here.
The Association for Group and Indivdual Psychotherapy, AGIP, was established in 1974 to offer psychotherapy and training services.
- is a charity that is governed by its members through AGIP Council and a number of committees.
- operates from a large house (owned by a sister charity, the Lady Balogh Psychotherapy Trust) in Archway which has 9 consulting rooms (available for hire), library, teaching rooms and an office.
- is committed to a pluralist, psychoanalytic approach to training.
- was instrumental in the formation of the UKCP and a founding organisation of the British Journal of Psychotherapy.
- has an active CPD, Film Club and Arts programme, both being open to non-AGIP members.
- is able to accept into membership suitably qualified psychoanalytical psychotherapists or analytical psychologists.
- operates a full and low fee psychotherapy referral service.