Group Relations Australia is a not-for-profit professional association whose members seek to develop the field of group relations and systems psychodynamics. We apply its methods to working with groups, organisations and communities.

Our members work as organisation consultants and managers, academic researchers & teachers, psychoanalysts and socio-analysts amongst other roles. Through GRA, they enjoy the benefits of mutual links with international associations in the field of group relations. We conduct a stimulating range of activities and events for members that includes: an annual member's day, professional practice and scientific meetings, working conferences, workshops, seminars and lectures. The Association also publishes the peer reviewed journal Socioanalysis.



Collaboration and Competition: Exploring the dynamics of working together in groups, organisations and communities.

Monday, November 19, 2018

Save the Date!

A participative workshop with Mary McRae exploring racial and cultural dynamics in groups, and their relationship to differences in power and privilege

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

A Podcast direct from the Tavistock Institute

Timed to coincide with the GRA Socioanalysis Special Issue on Seeking Asylum, the Tavistock held a talk by David Lawlor & Mannie Sher on their journal paper: "The use of detention as a defence against intolerable social ambivalence towards asylum-seekers".

Tavistock has made a podcast of that talk available to all GRA members.

Launch of Socioanalysis Journal, Vol. 18, special Issue on “Seeking Asylum”

Group Relations Australia’s Seeking Asylum Project celebrated its achievements with a launch of Vol. 18 of Socioanalysis Journal. Guest speaker was Julian Burnside.

A usb flash drive containing a pdf of the Journal can be purchased through the Store.