The Association for Group and Individual Psychotherapy was founded in 1974 to establish a new psychotherapy training and as a professional association of psychoanalytic psychotherapists. It now has members working in London, the rest of the UK and in Europe.
AGIP’s Psychotherapy Services are well established in North London. We offer consultations, assessments and referrals for ongoing psychotherapy and a low-fee psychotherapy scheme, the Fairbridge Clinic.
Thinking about training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy?
The Alliance of Psychotherapy Trainings (APT) is a collaboration of two established psychotherapy organisations: the Arbours Association and AGIP have pooled their experience and expertise and in October 2015 launched a joint training. APT offers two linked courses and holds Open Days from January each year for anyone thinking about training as a psychotherapist.
Sunday 26 June 2016 10.30- 1.30 pm
New Articles by AGIP Writers
Why I love Grayson Perry: By Donald Butler.
Environmental Trauma, Mental distress and the question of its treatment: by Donald Butler.
What is mentalizing? An Overview: by Catherine Freeman. To read this article go to British Journal of Psychotherapy, Vol.32:2 May 2016.
Go to the Articles list in the Activities Section to read all articles by AGIP writers.