• To develop and disseminate the learning behind the modern concepts and practical aspects of group psychology in order to improve our understanding of  conscious and unconscious processes that feed common patterns of behaviour and governance in society.
  • To analyze with valid and reliable methods issues linked to inclusion, co-operation, confrontation, leadership and group work satisfaction, in order to provide accurate information and guidance for enhanced effectiveness and relevance of individuals in their lives as members of informal groups, professional communities and civic initiatives.
  • To develop, adapt and implement robust methods and tools for psycho-social assessment and intervention at group, organizational and community level in support of a modern society, with individuals increasingly responsible and committed in the transformation towards democratic models of living.
  • To create a pool of experts, trained to implement similar group interventions in a systematic and competent manner consistent with best practice and standards in the field.