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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 […]

Servaas van Beekum, drs

President of EATA 1992 until 1993 I actually was president of EATA by default. Having lost an internal vote to Ann Waters (in 1991), I became president half a year later after she unfortunately suffered a stroke and had to step down from office. Let me highlight three major developments from this time: The 1992 Stockholm conference was in my […]

Nicole Duhamel

President of EATA 1989 until 1991 The most important theme for me in EATA was the spreading and the development of TA in Eastern European countries. In July 1989 we had the first EATA conference in an Eastern European country in Zagreb (Yugoslavia at this time). At the ITAA/EATA joint conference in Brussels, July 1990, a roundtable was conducted by […]

Julie Hay

President of EATA 1987 until 1989 It may seem strange that I choose a photo of an elephant to illustrate my time as EATA President – but within that role I negotiated the affiliation with ITAA, and because of that role I was invited to run for election, and became, ITAA President. Because of that, I was able to persuade […]

Vincent Lenhardt

President of EATA 1982 until 1984 In Villars, in July 1974, when I attended the first European TA Congress, I could not imagine that EATA would experience such growth and that I would later become one of the EATA Presidents. During my presidency we started new committees, defined the job description of the officers, and engaged the first permanent administrative […]

Janne Blarke

President of EATA 1980 until 1982 As the Gouldings arranged our first conference in Villars, a group of people in Europe had already invested in starting TA in Europe, and in the coming years we all invested in forming EATA. I joined TA at the very first conference in Europe, held in Villars in 1975. I signed my training contract […]

Raymond Hostie

Raymond Hostie died in Leuven in 1999 at the age of 79. In 1978 the pioneers’ era is ending. EATA has status: its constitutional acts have been approved and are being implemented. It enjoys a growing number of European members who are recognized by ITAA. It has a firm financial base thanks to membership fees and the benefits of the […]

Michael Reddy

President of EATA 1976 until 1978 Dr. Michael Reddy died on 25th November 2015. He was 82 years old. Michael was originally a Jesuit priest, a Clini- cal and Counseling Psychologist and the first TA Teaching Member (now TSTA) in the UK. EATA began in a bar. It was the bar of the Club Méditerranée in Villars in the summer […]

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