EGATIN Study Days Online 23th - 25th April, 2021

The EGATIN Committee is pleased to announce confirmation of the 2021 Study Days, including EGATIN's AGM, will be held online from Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th April.

The Study Days this year is a two day event which will include a first day of clinical presentations and reflections and the second day exploring the application of Group Analysis to non-clinical settings including organisations, citizen groups, and other social groups and activities.

You will notice from the program that there will be two large groups open to all participants and one large group that is exclusively for students of EGATIN's organisational members.
The student large group is a recent innovation driven by the students themselves and we hope and expect this group to become a regular feature of future study days.

More details, registration information and the Programme can be found below and by following the relevant links on this website.

We look forward to seeing you there!

It is possible to register on-line HERE.
Please note that the registration is open until 11/04/2021, and we kindly ask you to register and complete the payment before the deadline.

EGATIN Delegates and Trainees Video Conference with AGM 30th October – 1st November 2020

There will be a Zoom conference which includes AGM, large group, policy meeting and one presentation, to which, as usual, observers will also be welcome.

Trainees from different training institutions of EGATIN´s network are also invited, this in order to create a trainees platform for an international exchange of Group analytic knowledge, experience and ideas.


EGATIN is a network of organizations which offer training programmes in Group Analysis.

By enabling the exchange of experiences and knowledge between the members, EGATIN tries to contribute to keeping the high standards in group analytic training programmes among EGATIN members, in Europe and beyond.

EGATIN also helps to facilitate the development and extension of training in group analysis in countries where such training is not provided.