GREX provides experiential learning and a variety of related application opportunities designed to increase participants’ understanding of the dynamics of groups and social systems, particularly those which relate to leadership and authority.
Based on ideas which originated at the Tavistock Clinic’s Center for the Study of Social Relations in London after WWII, and further developed by the A.K. Rice Institute in the U.S., GREX aims to further understanding of the forces that influence the achievement of organizational, social and political goals. Our method combines experience with reflection so that the unconscious elements of group and system life can be explored. Through conferences, other educational events, and consultation to individuals and organizations, GREX provides opportunities to apply group relations theory to deepen understanding and explore potential systems changes.
Grex is approved by the California Psychological Association to provide continuing professional education for psychologists (PhD), and by the Board of Behavioral Sciences to provide continuing professional education for Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT/LPCC/LCSW). Grex maintains responsibility for this program and its content.