There are chapters and organizing areas located throughout the world. To locate the chapter nearest you, please refer to the sub-categories on this website.
Join or Start a Chapter
For information about forming a chapter in your area, please contact Chapter Development Chair, Tanja Schmitz-Remberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year, existing chapters are required to submit an Annual Report. Please note that Annual Reports are due by March 1 of each year. Annual reports can be emailed to the Chapter Development Chair, Tanja Schmitz-Remberg at email@example.com.
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IASWG Presenters for Chapter Events
IASWG has decided to assist IASWG chapters with creating successful chapter events by offering to cover the travel expense (transportation fare only) of an IASWG member whom the chapter wishes to have as a presenter.
IASWG members who have already presented at chapter events or who are willing to present: Susan Ciardiello, Jen Clements, Carol Cohen, Rhonda Hudson, Steve Kraft, Linda McArdle, Ellen Sue Mesbur, Dominique Moyse Steinberg, and Greg Tully.
For information on presenters or any questions on arranging for a presenter, please contact Tanja Schmitz-Remberg, IASWG Chair of Chapter Development. If you are an IASWG member interested in being a presenter, please contact Tanja Schmitz-Remberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Chapter Representatives for IASWG
All chapters have chapter chairs, while some chapters decide to also have chapter representatives who are responsible for attending the two Board meetings each year to represent their chapter and chapter chair.
Register now for the 2017 IASWG NYC Symposium.
Submit your Symposium Poster Presentation Proposal by March 15th. Click here to learn more.
Coming in July! Group Work Camp in Wisconsin, USA.
Call for Papers: Groupwork invites you to submit papers that critically address the use of groupwork in all aspects of working with people who have experirenced political oppression. To learn moreGroupwork with people who have experienced political oppression, learn more here. Deadline January 1, 2018.
2017 Groupwork Student Essay Competition - Whiting and Birch are happy to announce the third Groupwork Essay Prize of $100.00. Student groupworkers are invited to submit an essay or paper on any aspect of their practice of groupwork. Any student on a first degree or masters program, or those who have graduated in 2016, may submit an essay or paper (maximum 5,000 words) for the prize.
Free Access to newest Groupwork article! Click here to read, "From lessons to sessions: How does second language teaching experience translate to psychoeducational group facilitation?," by current IASWG members.