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.

For information about New Events go to our In the field Page.

See details of OFEK 30th International Group Relations Conference


GRA Seminar Series

Please join us for the fourth and final of our series of seminars from leading thinkers in the fields of system psychodynamics, group relations and socioanalysis. At the next seminar GRA Vice-President Sara Taylor will draw upon material from her PhD research to demonstrate the way that neohumanism influences systemic inequality. She will outline the various defense...

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Seeking Asylum Project Inter-group Event

The Seeking Asylum Project, Inter-­group Event  ‘Asylum, terror or shame?’ This second and last Inter-­group event is intended to continue the work of the SAP - reflecting on the meaning of asylum seeking and Australia's response to asylum seekers. Date:...

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Call for Papers Socioanalysis Vol. 19, 2017

This journal addresses the need to provide a vehicle for the publication of papers in the area of socio-analysis. Our policy is to invite papers of an international standard whilst supporting both established and new writers. The Editorial Board calls for papers appropriate to the journal. Please send your paper to the Editor-in General Dr. Susan Long for initial...

Seeking Asylum Project

The Seeking Asylum Project ( SAP ) was developed to apply group-relations, socioanalytic, system psychodynamic skills and methods to the study of Australia’s response to asylum seeking in its many forms - from political refugees through to social and other forms of asylum seeking. The SAP aims to improve our shared understanding of the conscious and...