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Pines, M. (1975). An International Colloquium on Group-Analytic Psychotherapy—To be Held at University College, London on 27th and 28th July 1975. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 56:273-273.

(1975). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 56:273-273

An International Colloquium on Group-Analytic Psychotherapy—To be Held at University College, London on 27th and 28th July 1975

Malcolm Pines

The Group Analytic Society, London (Honorary President Dr. S H. Foulkes) extends a warm invitation to psychoanalysts attending the International Psycho-Analytical Congress in London to join in an International Colloquium on Group Analytic Psychotherapy which will be held immediately after the Congress.

The Colloquium is intended primarily for psychoanalysts attending the International Psycho-Analytical Congress. Numbers will be limited to 150, and the cost will not exceed £15.00. It will begin at 9.30 a.m. on Sunday 27th July and end at 1.00 p.m. on Monday 28th July.

The style of the meeting will be informal in order to allow free exchange of ideas. The principal aim is to offer an opportunity for analysts interested in group-psychotherapy to meet together on this unique occasion. The programme is flexible and will be adapted to the needs of the participants.

Registration applications should be made to the Honorary Secretary of the Colloquium Committee, at 1 Bickenhall Mansions, Bickenhall Street, London W1H 3LF.

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