additionally...

We have examined our many therapy relationships for commonalities and have found a large group of them, important enough to the business world to codify and share them.  This is our playbook for productivity. 

At its core is a set of 18 basic behavior patterns that heighten work-flow and reduce resistance.  They can be identified and expanded in the repertoire of any employee.  They can be taught and shaped by appropriate feedback, and if they are supported by the company as a whole, they can increase more quickly. 

This is how we understand the  company.  It holds the power to spark accelerated learning.

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Group Dynamics USA
38 Woodbine Ave.
Stony Brook, NY 11790
Phone: 631-751-4340
Dan@groupdynamicsusa.com

Who is Group Dynamics USA

Our goal is to increase the behaviors of success in our client organizations through the use of proven behavioral principles with systemic applications. We strive to increase the successful flow of management and employees toward the achievement of their goals. 


Dr. Dan Berger, President

Dr. Berger is an organizational consultant with over 30 years of experience as a psychologist working in various settings. He holds a doctorate in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. His consulting experience is diverse and includes Business settings (American Airlines, Bank of New Jersey, Personnel Sciences Center, Performance Programs, Inc and US Gov't Office of Professional Management} and Health Care settings (Atria Senior Living Group, Good Samaritan Hospital and Sunrise Senior Living) Education settings (City College of New York, State University of New York at Stony Brook).  His keen ability to work with both individuals and small groups allows him to identify work related problems and implement change. Dr. Berger utilizes the concept of flow as a vehicle for observing the function and dysfunction of an organization and can pinpoint interruptions of flow and help to correct it. A manager himself, having run the Suffolk Institute for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, he is sensitive to management issues from the inside. He has co-authored "Flow Of Work And The Company's Fortunes: A Playbook For Productivity". The book highlights Group Dynamics USA contribution to the professional literature. He is married and has three sons. He enjoys playing Tennis, Golf and Kayaking on Long Island Sound