Group Relations International and
the New York Center present:
A new lecture series with Dr. Sarah Rosenbaum, AKRI Fellow, GRI Co-Creator, and Clinical Psychologist
October 4, 11, 18 and 25, 2021
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm Eastern Time
In each session Dr. Rosenbaum will discuss and expand on fundamentals of group relations theory, based on assigned readings from foundational texts in GR theory and practice. Some brief experiential exercises and other media may be used to illustrate concepts.
Topics to be covered in this series will include:
Boundaries, Authority, Role and Task (BART)
Bion's Basic Assumptions
The nature of the unconscious
Projection, splitting and scapegoating
The meaning of "Group-as-a-Whole"
Who should attend: anyone who has attended at least one GR conference or equivalent experience is welcome.
This series may be particularly useful for those sho:
have not had teaching on GR theory in school or professional training
do not have a backgrouond in psychology or a related fiefld
wish to deepen their understanding of fundamentals of GR theory
Limited to 20 participants to ensure ample opportunity for interaction and discussion.
$375 for general admission
$350 for AKRI members
$300 for NYC members/GRI Co-Creators
Please consider paying at the highest rate that you can afford. Your generosity supports our delivery of a sustainable event in service of equity and opportunity.