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The first “Training Endorsement Workshop“ held at Villars

The first ever Training Endorsement Workshop (years before had existed so called “PTM-work- shops” to train the coming generation of „Teaching members” and after those were no longer organized trainees had to have 3 sponsors (instead of one) to make sure they were duely trained and supervised) took place in Villars in 1984 and was an impressive event with 6

Marco Mazzetti

President of EATA 2013 until 2015 We find ourselves in a time of transition: the European TA Community has grown greatly during the first decade of this century. It changed deeply its characteristics and moved from a community of psychotherapists to a largely differentiated one: with educators, counsellors and organizational consultants. These changes are quite different in the various countries:

Sabine Klingenberg

President of EATA 2010 until 2013 Inspiration for changes…: I wanted to challenge and inspire Council members as well as all members to contribute to Provide continuous professional service Improve the services Use the competencies in the “field” Create transparent and safe processes Create a space for projects, initiative and enthusiasm Create a safe environment for you as delegates as

Maria Teresa Tosi

President of EATA 2007 until 2010 I was President of EATA after eight years as one Italian delegate. That long experience in the EATA Council was invaluable to understand the importance of dialogue and cooperation, fostering the inclusion and respect of national associations and individuals. I wanted to stretch the boundaries of EATA to include new resources and challenges from

Adrienne Lee

President of EATA 2004 until 2007 It was a search for understanding that fortunately brought me to the TA river in 1971. I wanted to understand why people behaved in different ways, often strange ways. I needed a model to understand the complexities of human behaviour. And since that time my personal and professional life was closely connected to TA.

Roland Johnsson

President of EATA 2001 until 2004 In my sailing boat I have a sign that says “I’m the captain of the ship and I have my wife’s permission to say so.” Although this is humorously meant, I think it fit well with my new situation in EATA. ”I was the new president of EATA and I had the Council’s and

Jan Hennig

President of EATA 1999 until 2001 During my presidency I was for some time also president of the German TA association DGTA and it was one of my foci to improve and facilitate the co-operation between EATA and its members (and the other multinational organizations (ITAA (International Transactional Analysis Association) and WPTA (Western Pacific Transactional Analysis Association)). The sense of

John Parr

President of EATA 1996 until 1999 I became President of EATA immediately after the separation from the ITAA. Much of my time as president was devoted to rebuilding healthy relationships between the two associations and together with Gloria Noriega, the President of ITAA, I am proud that we were able to continue in a collegiate way. This reconstruction involved dealing

Mary Cox

President of EATA 1993 until 1996 What I remember most vividly from my time as EATA President (1993 to l996) is the joy and friendship of working with so many people from so many countries and cultures. EATA faced serious challenges just as I started near bankruptcy!!! Erich Hartmann, dear friend (and Treasurer) are you there? There followed over a


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