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Meet APTAC – Kyrgyzstan

APTAC – Association of Transactional Analysis Practitioners of Kyrgyzstan is a young Association, which turned 6 years old in 2023. Currently, the number of members of the Association is 37 people. In 2023, the Association planned and carried out the following events:A wonderful trainer visited in Bishkek: training and supervising transactional analyst in the field of psychotherapy – TSTA (P), […]

Meet CATA – Czech Republic

Greetings to everyone from the heart of Europe from ČATA (Czech Association of Transactional Analysis). We are a small professional organization that primarily brings together TA enthusiasts. We were founded in 1994, just 5 years after the fall of communism in our country. Since then we have celebrated many successes. We hosted the EATA conference in 2010 in Prague, in […]

Meet ATAD – Turkey

Merhaba (Hello) from Turkey! We are ATAD, which is the Turkish acronym of The Eurasian Association of Transactional Analysis. Being just 14 years of age (founded 2009), we are the adolescents of the community and as you would expect we are full of youth, energy and enthusiasm.   The initial aim was to bring together a community of practitioners who had […]

Meet ARAT – Romania

Let us introduce you to Romanian ARAT! ARAT story … in the early 2000s, a friendly group initially organized a workshop, then fascinated by the consistency and coherence of the method, they decided to establish the association.Over the years the membership has slowly and surely grown :), currently standing at 190 members, of which 30 are certified including 4 TSTA. […]

Meet DSGTA and ASAT-SR – Switzerland

Switzerland had at the end of the seventies a trilingual TA association (ASPAT) which split in the eighties in 2 associations. In March 2024, the German-speaking Swiss association (DSGTA) and the French-speaking Swiss association (ASAT-SR) are joining forces as one common TA community in Switzerland! This merging project is based on common tasks: applying transactional analysis, developing it further and […]

Meet IRPIR – Italy

ISTITUTO DI RICERCA SUI PROCESSI INTRAPSICHICI E RELAZIONALI – IRPIR (Institute for Research on Intrapsychic and Relational Processes) The “Istituto di Ricerca sui Processi Intrapsichici e Relazionali” (IRPIR) Association was founded in Italy, by Prof. Pio Scilligo and some collaborators in 1981. IRPIR pursues two cultural aims: to promote dissemination and research on the interdependence between intrapsychic and relational processes […]

Meet IFAT – France

Dear members, let’s meet and greet IFAT – Institut Français d’Analyse TransactionnelleIFAT has existed since 1975. We have more than 500 members today. We organize professional congresses every 2 years with ASAT-SR and ASSOBAT for our french speaking members and interested professionals from all over the european countries. The next congress with be in Lille in Nov 11, 12 – […]

Meet ÖGTA – Austria

Hello and a wonderful “Grüß Gott” from Austria. We are the ÖGTA, the Austrian Association for Transactional Analysis. We are quite a small group founded in the 1980s (there have been a few other organizations before and there are a few besides), 49 members, but Austria isn´t that big country either. Additionally there is a special legal situation. Regarding to […]

Meet BATA – Bulgaria

Let’s meet and greet the Bulgarian Association of Transactional Analysis (BATA)!It was founded by four enthusiastic people in June 2013. BATA is a professional non-profit organization made up of people who have shared an interest in transactional analysis as a theoretical model and its development in all four fields of application. BATA is a full member of the Bulgarian Psychotherapy […]

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