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June 19. EATA/ITAA Webinar. OKness and the Paradox of Change with Matthew Elton

Dear members, EATA/ITAA webinar committee cordially invites you to another joint webinar entitled: OKness and the Paradox of Change with Matthew Elton Clients, learners, and organizations, in coming to TA professionals for help, often believe that they are “broken” or do not deserve to flourish. And as TA professionals, we can sometimes unwittingly send or reinforce that message—that yes, they […]

EATA Webinar. Neurodiversity. May 17th, 2023

Dear EATA members, This is the third of our free-Webinar series titled “Diversity” in 2023. We invite you to join us for a 90-minute exploration of the fascinating world of Neurodiversity. With the guidance of our three knowledgeable and experienced speakers, we will delve into the nuances of Neurodivergence, examining its perception, influence, and inclusion within our community and beyond. Historically, […]

Meeting the Other – EATA Webinar Series / Diversity – Sept. 29 2023

This is the fourth of our free-Webinar series titled “Diversity” in 2023. We invite you to join us for a 2-hour exploration of the subject of “Meeting the other.” During this webinar, we will delve into the fascinating concept of transactional analysis into how individuals, groups and organizations interact and communicate with each other. We have four excellent speakers from […]

ITAA-EATA Webinar – Social-Cognitive Transactional Analysis – 28 November 2023

Join Us for the Next ITAA-EATA Webinar 28 November 2023 – 10 am UTC “Social-Cognitive Transactional Analysis: Discovering and Exploring a TA Theory Development and Its Application in Practice” with Laura Bastianelli and Rosanna Giacometto The aim of this joint webinar is to introduce social-cognitive transactional analysis (SCTA), a development of TA theory and practice. Participants will learn about this […]

EATA Webinar Series / Diversity – Nov. 19 2023

Dear EATA members,The next EATA webinar will take place on November 19th, 2023. This webinar will focus on the EATA (and ITAA) Common Mission Statement and how we use this in practice. We are thrilled to have Peter Rudolph, Ex-President of EATA and Victoria Baskerville, who is well known for her passion and commitment to inclusivity, to talk about this. […]

EATA Webinar Series 2024, TA- Best Practice – 5 March

This event will be focused on working with children and teachers, we have three interesting speakers who are passionate about their subject This webinar will cover three interconnected topics related to working with children and adolescents. Alina Comendant will present her ideas about “Interventions of strengthening the Child ego state when working with children”- that she reached as conclusions after […]

Sex and…then? Sexuality as a gateway to the Script – EATA Webinar Series – 8 Jan 2024 

Alessandra Braga (TSTA P), Roberta Musso (TSTA P), Simona Ramella Paia (TSTA P) The topic of sexuality was introduced by Berne in his work but then forgotten in subsequent scientific publications. In the training programs of graduate schools limited space is given to sexology. Our working hypothesis proposes sexuality as an important foundation of the life script. From the moment […]

EATA/ITAA – Working Together webinar – 15 February

Geoff Hopping will talk to us about Recovering Hope through Community, he will invite us to reflect with questions on this topic. Recovering Hope Through Community Originally TA was developed as a group therapy. During my career, the availability of TA therapy groups has diminished significantly. There has been a cultural shift towards individualism away from community, and this approach […]

EATA/ITAA – Working Together webinar – The power of potency and the potency of power. Nicole Lenner. 10 Jun 2024

Shortly before my TSTA exam in 2023, a friend of mine, who isn’t involved in TA said:
“Oh, so you will be among the very powerful people in your community afterwards!?”
My very spontaneous reaction: “No, I don’t see it this way.”
And she replied: “People on top of hierarchical systems own power whether they like it or not.” Do you also catch […]

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