ASGW is looking for enthusiastic individuals to help with registration, session moderation and guest services
ASGW is briefly reopening its 2024 Conference Call for Proposals! Submissions will be accepted until October 9th, 2023, at 11:59pm EST.
This call for proposals is to fund studies which increase our understanding of group work. Two grants of up to $1,000 each will be awarded for research projects which meet the criteria.
The Association for Specialists in Group Work is seeking volunteer committee members to serve through the current 2023-2024 term.
We are pleased to welcome Jane Okech, PhD as Editor of the Journal for Specialists in group Work (JSGW). Get to know more about Dr. Okech and her vision for the journal.
ASGW decides to cancel its 2024 Conference due to recent Florida state legislation which endangers the dignity and safety of its members.
Dr. Kendra Jackson currently serves as our ASGW Treasurer and President-Elect. As we get to know our leadership and members a bit better, we asked a few questions about her experience working with groups and involvement in ASGW.
ASGW will hold its biennial conference February 9- February 11, 2024, at the One Ocean Resort & Spa in Atlantic Beach, Florida. The conference theme is “Stronger Together: Research, Reinvention, & Reconnection in Group Work.” Group workers around the world have risen to the myriad challenges of the past few years to reimagine ways to build and sustain connection and community. Social justice advocacy has always been at the heart of group work and continues to play a prominent role as we incorporate anti-oppression principles into our collective practice and research. This conference will highlight innovative research, outstanding group practice, and experiential group work in its many forms.
Dr. Adam Stephens, Assistant Professor at SUNY New Paltz, currently serves as our Special Initiatives Committee Chair. As we get to know our leadership and members a bit better, we asked a few questions about his experience working with groups and his involvement in ASGW.