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TA approved in Russia for psychotherapy treatment of addictions

We are pleased to announce that Transaction Analysis has been approved as an effective method for psychotherapy treatment of addictions and has been included in the National clinical guidelines of the Russian Ministry of health. This became possible thanks to the work of all our community, and especially professor Dmitri Shustov, TSTA (p), who has long been engaged in research […]

Reviewing and validating the scientific foundations of Transactional Analysis practice and research

Dear colleagues, We need your help. In 2018 EATA Theory Development and Research Committee commissioned a research ‘‘Reviewing and validating the scientific foundations of Transactional Analysis practice and research’.  This is an essential first stage of developing research into effectiveness and efficacy of TA psychotherapy.  Now the researchers have developed a survey asking for your views, experiences and uses of different […]

EATA’s Investment in Theory Development, Research and Publishing

Promoting TA knowledge and research on Transactional Analysis is in the core of EATA. This is why we have a long tradition of investing time and money in research and support of publications. Since it was established in 2010 until 2017, EATA was the main financial contributor to IJTAR/P. Despite various attempts, including assigning a preliminary budget to continue the […]

Database of TA-Researchers

To support you in your communication and collaboration with scientific projects in TA we have created database of specialists who have an interest in TA theory development. There are two parts of the Database: 1) open-source (which was published on the EATA web-site and sent out by email); 2) private email sharing (only for sharing with other people who have given information about themselves […]

Call for Research Funding Applications 2018 is closed

Theory Development and Research Committee (TDRC) is calling for applications for their research funding grant programme for 2018-2019. The call for research funding is closed. The closing date for applications was the 30th of November 2018 Type of Applications The focus of this call are research projects that: support statutory recognition of TA (experimental and evaluative projects; systematic and meta-analytic […]

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