Giving for the Holiday Season
During this time of giving, we invite you to join us in supporting our mission to reduce economic barriers for those who do not have the financial resources to attend our events and conferences.
Our Mission, Our Values
The mission of CSGSS is to further the understanding of groups and organizations as conscious and unconscious social systems through experiential learning, education, and application.
We value learning from experience through reflection on the conscious and unconscious processes in group life.
We are committed to learning about how group members take up leadership and authority in various contexts.
We value a systems framework that respectfully engages our differences to deepen our understanding of how groups work and survive.
We aspire to mitigate economic barriers for those who desire to attend our events.
We are committed to developing an authorized membership that is active in the Center's mission and work.
We are committed to furthering the application of psychodynamic organizational thinking to real-world dilemmas.
We are committed to cultivating a community of people who are interested in group relations and using group relations thinking to erode barriers to dialogue and belonging.
"I got a hold of how unconscious baggage held back my effectiveness. The conference freed me to work much more effectively and enjoy work that had previously exhausted me."
Dwight Jewson, PhD. Strategic Frameworking
Using the Tavistock group relations tradition of open systems and psychodynamic theories, CSGSS, the Center for the Study of Groups and Social Systems develops group relations conferences, meetings, and other events to further learning about group processes.
The Boston Affiliate of the A K Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems.
CSGSS Group Relations Reading Group
The Center for the Study of Groups and Social Systems, the Boston Affiliate of the A. K. Rice Institute, is pleased to announce a reading group series. Open to members and non-members of CSGSS. Attendees receive recordings of the talks. Visit the events page to register for the current talk.