Research

Opportunities to collaborate on mutual research is sponsored by IHPA and Common Bond Institute.


In cooperation with:
International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations and a global consortium of NGOs, universities, training institutes, and professional associations.

 

Global Network for the Study of Transgenerational Trauma

Global Network for the Study of Transgenerational Trauma

The Global Network functions to encourage the establishment of study groups and offer a consistent means for regularly connecting and sharing perspectives and knowledge globally to assist and augment the work of network members in producing a larger body of shared knowledge sooner. It provides aid and support to network members in assisting with coordinating and maintaining collaboration. The intent is to keep things as flexible as possible to allow for a maximum of ease and freedom in participating to encourage in-depth and innovative inquiry, while offering a broad, predictable structure to operate within. How each working group is formed and structured, for example, is at the discretion of each professional group or organization. Learn more about the Global Network here.

International Journal of Psychotherapy

International Journal of Psychotherapy - Special Issue

IJP is the journal of the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP). It is a peer-reviewed, scientific psychotherapy journal, published 3 times per year (www.ijp.org.uk). EAP is a member of the World Council for Psychotherapy (WCP); and an International (Non-Governmental Organisation) NGO member of the Council of Europe (www.europsyche.org). What is needed are new, culturally appropriate, practical models and methods – both at the individual and societal level – for healing trauma and preventing it’s transfer into future generations. With this special issue we hope to bring together perspectives and approaches that promote a concerted movement toward addressing this challenge in the field of psychotherapy. Article submissions are welcome from practitioners, academics, and researchers. Submissions should be original contributions and are subject to peer review. Learn more about EJP and the call for articles here.