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Group Relations Australia (GRA) is a member based organisation contributing to professional excellence in group relations and systems psychodynamics in Australia and internationally.

The purpose or primary task of GRA is to promote the study of group dynamics and the interactions between conscious and unconscious processes in organisations, groups, and society, and their application in professional practice.

GRA Directorate

Fred Wright

Fred Wright

Chair and Co-Director Professional Development

Fred Chairs Directorate meetings and provides the link between members that wish to run Professional Development activities and the Directorate, as well as overseeing activities including seminars, workshops and group learning.

Jennifer Burrows

Jennifer Burrows

Secretary and Director Memberships

This role is the association’s Secretary, responsible for GRA membership and is the first point of contact for new members.

Fiona Martin

Fiona Martin

Treasurer, Director Operations and Socioanalysis

The Treasurer and Director Operations holds responsibility for GRA administration including legal and financial. The Director Socioanalysis holds responsibility for GRA publishing activities. Day to day work in these areas is performed by the Administrator and Bookkeeper.

Ross Williams

Ross Williams

Co-Director Professional Development

In the role of co-director, professional development, Ross provides the link between members who wish to run professional development activities and the directorate as well as overseeing activities designed to help members improve their skills in the application of group relations to their work.

Andrea Foot

Andrea Foot

Director Marketing & Communications

The director of communications holds the responsibility for developing and managing the marketing and activity to support keeping our membership informed of group events and for developing awareness of GRA across the wider community. Day to day work in this area is performed by the Administrator.

Group Relations Australia Position Statement and Policy for Diversity and Inclusion

Position Statement:

Group Relations Australia (GRA) is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive professional community. We recognize that diversity in all its forms is essential for innovation, creativity, and the overall success of our association. We believe that by embracing diversity and promoting inclusion, we can better serve our members, advance our profession, and contribute positively to society. The position statement and policy can be read here.

Associated Organisations in the field of Systems Psychodynamics

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GROUP RELATIONS AUSTRALIA INC

PO Box 529, Yarra Glen Victoria  3775  Australia

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