The Zerka T. Moreno Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation, offering training, research and education in the Morenean Arts and Sciences. We offer programs in Western Massachusetts, and at the Graduate School level at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA and in Portugal. We offer training and educational programs through our collaboration with business-leadership-organization development programs based in the Boston area and Kansas City. We provide personal growth programs at retreat centers such as Rowe Conference Center, and professional development programs, through in-service training for organizations, at treatment centers, schools, religious organizations, and community-based organizations. We provide training and education for personal and professional development to therapists, educators, business leaders, and community leaders and members.  

The codes, formulas, and practices are taught to participants in a psychiatric day treatment program in Western Massachusetts, and through a collaboration with the Recovery Learning Community. We offer a monthly education and training seminar and an online program of study and application of the material.

The Foundation holds a resource library of unpublished documents by JL Moreno and a significant collection of training videos and lectures by Zerka T. Moreno. The Foundation’s mission to make these available to those interested, in understanding and applying these powerful methods, of seeing the hidden dynamics in organizations and groups, and the awakening of the autonomous healing center within individuals, within groups and organizations.

The Foundation has been active in bringing sociatry – the existential codes, formulas, and practices of JL Moreno – to a variety of venues. We have taught the codes, formulas, and practices in Romania, China, Germany, Portugal, Nova Scotia, Granda Spain, the Academy of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy and Group Process, and at national conferences throughout the United States. 

We are interested in forming sharing-collaborations with other seekers of fundamental spiritual practices, at this critical juncture in human history.