International New Groups  

After the conclusion of the excellent work of Maria Teresa Savio Hooke and her colleagues, we would like to welcome you to the International New Groups ( ING ) site.  Our aim is to inform IPA colleagues about ING work and to share with you our experiences of working in new areas, new countries and with new cultures. We would also like to introduce you to our ING community which includes IPA colleagues working as Sponsors, Liaison and Site Committees, new Study Groups and Provisional Societies in Europe, Eastern Europe, Latin America, North America and Asia (ING Committees), and more than 450 candidates in training. The task of the Sponsoring, Liaison and Site Visit Committees is to guide, support and facilitate the development of psychoanalysis in new areas.
The work of the ING is an important aspect of the IPA activities, we hope that a better awareness of the expansion and development of psychoanalysis in new areas could be a stimulus for reflection on contemporary psychoanalysis, on its challenges and difficulties but also on the interest and opportunities for the future in a changing world.  

If you have any questions or would like to give some feedback on the information on this page please write to: job@ipa.world or sebastian@ipa.world
Claudio Laks Eizirik ING Chair

ING Roster
Claudio Laks Eizirik (Chair),  Porto Alegre
Marilia Aisenstein-Averoff  (Co-Chair Europe),  Paris
Silvia Flechner (Co-Chair Latin America), Montevideo
Harriet Basseches (Co-Chair North America), Washington
Louis Brunet (Co-Chair for Allied Centres) Montreal
Gábor Szönyi (EPI Liaison) Budapest (photo right)
Maria Teresa Calabrese (ILAP Liaison) Buenos Aires
Joanne Beavis, Head of ING (staff)
Sebastián Montes, ING Assistant


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 from left to right: Claudio Laks Eizirik, Joanne Beavis, Maria Teresa Calabrese, Sergio Nick (IPA Vice-President), Silvia Flechner, Marilia Aisenstein, Harriett Basseches.





For a full list of International New Groups Committees and their Members click here

 

Mandate

The International New Groups Committee (ING) falls within the Development group of IPA Committees. The overall strategic objective of this Group of Committees is to: 'expand the profession both within current and new geographic areas whilst maintaining high professional standards.' The Committee has the following three areas of responsibility: Click here to read more

June 2018 IPA Board Study Group approvals



The International New Groups (ING) Committee are pleased to announce that, during its meeting in June 2018, the Board approved the following new Study Groups:

 

ING Activities and Announcements

Announcements

During its meeting in Buenos Aires the IPA Board approved the IPA Statement on Democracy this is a key document for the development of strong and healthy new groups.        


Events