Harvard University, Cambridge, MA:
D. Ed., 1999: in Human Development and Psychology
M. Ed., 1979: in Human Development and Psychology.
University of Zürich,
Switzerland: M.A. (Lic. Phil. I)
ADDITIONAL TRAININGS and CERTIFICATES
Analyzing Sentence Completion Tests and the MAP
Assisting individual clients' in vertical development towards self-actualization and conflict resolution. Consulting to various projects in research design and use of Personality Tests and mental complexity assessment tools. Since 1980, analyzed over 9000 MAP-Tests in over 200 different academic and business contexts.
Each engagement is part of our ongoing research and refinement of both the theory and its application. While I initially just scored MAPs for pure research, my colleagues and I began to use the tool for feedback and for team development. Since Beena came on board, CG&A also worked on large-scale culture change using developmental theory along with Polarity Management and other modalities supporting change of practices. The following represents a small cross section of our international and multi-lingual client base both past and present. Some represent long-term relationships extending over many years.
Over the past thirty years, we have consulted with a large number of clients in the private sector, public sector, government and academia in applying adult developmental theory for individual and leadership development as well as culture change.
Pariveda Solutions, Dallas TX
The Michelin Group (France)
Drive Time (USA)
Abrasive Technologies (USA)
Q3 Intelligence (Australia)
OM-DM (Moscow, Russia)
Massachusetts General Hospital (USA)
Integral Institute (USA)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)
University of Notre Dame (USA)
University of Laval (Canada)
University of Leipzig (Germany)
University of Oslo (Norway)
Harvard University School of Education, Cambridge, MA
John F. Kennedy University, San Francisco, CA
Fielding Institute, Santa Barbara, CA
US Navy Orange, CA
Cook-Greuter, S. R. (2014): Assumptions versus Assertions: Separating Hypotheses from truth in the Integral Community. Journal of Integral Theory and Practice, 8(3&4), 227-236
Cook-Greuter, S. (2011) A report from the scoring trenches. (pp. 96 – 120). In Pfaffenberger, A., Marko, P. & Combs, A. (Eds.). The postconventional personality: Empirical perspectives on higher development. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
Sharma, B. & Cook-Greuter, S. (2011). Polarities and Ego Development: An Exploration and Application of Polarity Thinking in Ego Development Theory and Coaching. in Enacting an Integral Future. Albany, NY. SUNY Press.
Cook-Greuter, S. R. (2010). Postautonomous ego development: A study of its nature and measurement. (Harvard University, 1999). Integral Publishers: Dissertation series. ISBN: 978-1-4507-2515-6
Cook-Greuter, S (2010). Second tier gains and challenges in ego development. (pp. 303 – 321). In S. Esbjoern-Hargens (Ed.) Integral theory in action: Applied, theoretical, and constructive perspectives on the AQAL model. Albany, NY: Suny Press.
Cook-Greuter, S., Soulen, J. (2007). The developmental perspective in integral counseling. (pp. 180 –192). Vol, 51, No. 3. In Counseling and Values
Ingersoll, e. Cook-Greuter, S. (2007) The Self-system in integral counseling (pp. 193 – 208). Vol, 51, No. 3. In Counseling and Values
Cook-Greuter, S. (2006). AQ as a scanning and mapping device. (pp. 142 – 172). Vol. 1, No. 3. In AQAL: Journal of Integral Theory and Practice.
Cook-Greuter, S (2006). 20th century background for integral psychology, (pp. 144-184). Vol. 1, No. 2. In AQAL: Journal of Integral Theory and Practice.
Cook-Greuter, S. Making the case for a developmental perspective, (pp. 275-281) In Industrial and Commercial Training. October 2004. Bradford, UK: Emerald Group..
Torbert, W., Cook-Greuter, S., Fisher, D. Foldy, E., Keeley, J., Rooke, R., Ross, S., Royce, C., Rudolph, J., Taylor, S., and Tran , M. (2004). Action inquiry: The secret of timely and transforming leadership. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler.
Cook-Greuter, S. The development of nine action logics in detail. www. Cook-Greuter.com, 7.2002
Cook-Greuter, S. & Miller, M. (Eds.). (2000). Special journal issue honoring the life work of the late psychologist Charles (Skip) Alexander. The Journal of Adult Development, Vol. 7, No. 4, 2000. New York: Kluwer/Plenum.
Cook-Greuter, S. (2000). Mature ego development: A gateway to ego transcendence? Journal of Adult Development (pp. 227-240). Vol. 7, No. 4, 2000. New York: Kluwer/Plenum.
Cook-Greuter, S. (2000). Creativity in adulthood: Personal maturity and openness to extraordinary sources of inspiration. In M. Miller & S. Cook-Greuter (Eds.), Creativity, spirituality and transcendence: Paths to integrity and wisdom in the mature self (pp. xv-xxxiv). Greenwich, CT: Ablex.
Cook-Greuter, S. (1999). Postautonomous ego development: A study of its nature and measurement. Doctoral dissertation. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Cook-Greuter, S. (1995). Comprehensive language awareness: A definition of the phenomenon and a review of its treatment in the postformal adult development literature. Qualifying paper. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Cook-Greuter, S. (1994). Rare forms of self-understanding in mature adults. In Mel Miller and Susanne Cook-Greuter (eds.). Transcendence and mature thought in adulthood: The further reaches of human development (119-146). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
Cook-Greuter, S. (1990). Maps for living: Ego-development stages from symbiosis to conscious universal embeddedness. In M. L. Commons, C. Armon, L. Kohlberg, F. A. Richards, T. A. Grotzer and J. D. Sinnott (Eds.) Adult development vol. 2, Models and methods in the study of adolescent and adult thought (pp. 79-104). New York: Praeger.
Miller, M. & Cook-Greuter, S. (1994). From postconventional development to transcendence: visions and theories. In M. Miller & S. Cook-Greuter (Eds.), Mature thought and transcendence in adulthood: The further reaches of adult development (pp. xv-xxxii). Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.
Miller, M., & Cook-Greuter. S. (2000). Edith Kramer – Artist and art therapist: A relentless search for integrity, beauty and truth. In M. Miller & S. Cook-Greuter (Eds.), Creativity, spirituality, and transcendence: Paths to integrity and wisdom in the mature self ( pp. 99-124). Greenwich, CT: Ablex.
Miller, M. & Cook-Greuter, S. (Eds.). (1994). Transcendence and mature thought in adulthood. Lanham: MN: Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN# 0-8474-7919-1
Miller, M. & Cook-Greuter, S. (Eds.). (2000). Creativity, spirituality, and transcendence: Paths to integrity and wisdom in the mature self. Greenwich, CT: Ablex. ISBN#1-56750-461-2
Harung, H. S., Travis, R., Peensgard, A. M., Boes, R., Cook-Greuter, s., Daley.L. (2 Higher psycho-physiological refinement in world-class Norwegian athletes: Brain measure of performance capacity. In Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. (2011:21: pp32-41)
Travis, F, Cook-Greuter S, et al: High Levels of Brain Integration in World-class Norwegian Athletes: Towards a Brain Measure of Performance-Capacity in Sports (07-07--ME-01) The Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 2007