The International Association for Social Work with Groups, Inc. is the premier international association for social workers and allied helping professionals engaged in group work. The purpose of this non-profit, member-driven organization is to promote excellence in group work practice, education, field instruction, research and publication. The goals of this Association are realized through a program of action and advocacy at both the local and international levels. Members include group workers from Australia, Barbados, Belgium, Canada, China, Croatia, England, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Lithuania, Namibia, Netherlands, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Trinidad-Tobago, and U.S.
The Benefits of Membership
The purpose of this non-profit, member-driven organization is to promote excellence in group work practice, education, field instruction, research and publication. The thousands of members that have joined with us over the years have both benefited by and enriched our association. We hope you join us too.
Current Organizational Members:
These organizations currently support the mission of IASWG and group work. We thank them for their support.
Organizational Members receive the many benefits, including acknowledgement in our annual Symposium Program; discounts on Symposium Program ads; and discounts for faculty/staff for the IASWG Symposium.
The Power of Human Rights Based Advocacy - September 23rd, 2016 in Minnesota, USA.
Day-long Conference at UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work - October 15th, 2016 in North Carolina, USA.
Fall "Lunch & Learn" Workshop - October 19th, 2016 in Tennessee, USA.
Multi-Dimensional Experience of Group - October 21st, 2016 in Florida, USA
Speed Networking - Fast Food for Thought: Nearly Instant Techniques for Serving Specific Populations in Groups - October 27th, 2016 in Long Island, USA.
Scribble and scrawl? Or The Art of Visualization in Groups - November 5th, 2016 in Mönchengladbach, Germany.
Afifa Yusufi, MSW
Afifa Yusufi has a variety of social justice experience professionally and as a volunteer. Early in her career she worked in post conflict regions with the U.S. Government, including Kandahar, Afghanistan; and Baghdad, Iraq. Afifa attended Yeshiva University, Wurzweiler School of Social Work and currently works as a Prevention Clinician. Learn more about our new members here.