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EATA Council

To realize and to work as a voluntary organization, EATA works with Delegates and officers in a Council. They come from all the countries where EATA has affiliated associations. They discuss and decide on EATA’s policy, strategical development, budget, projects and so on. Delegates work in committees that do the operative and strategic work in certain areas, for example communication, research and TA development or professional training standards. They participate in task-forces that work on specific, time-bound projects. And once a year, Council comes together to work for three days, somewhere in Europe.


Sylvia Schachner


I am working as educational manager in public schools in Vienna and in privat praxis as trainer, supervisor and psychologist. Beiing PTSTA in the field of Education I like to organize Trainings and Workshops in different European countries, actually in Austria, Czech Republic, Slovacia, Poland and Russia.My languages are German, English and French. I am member of the TA Theorie developement and research committee.  

Alexandra Psallas


Sociologist – Psychologist. PTSTA Psychotherapy. Private practice in Brussels.

Ines Stimjanin

Bosnia & Herzegovina  BIHOTA

Ines is psychologist, psychotherapist and master of managment and organization. Currently working in mental health institution. Involved in project as a counsellor for adult education. Also passionate about development of organizations and couching. Ines is member of TA theory development and TA research committee

Petra Gorsic

Croatia  UTA

Sociologist – Psychologist. PTSTA Psychotherapy. Private practice in Brussels.

Kristyna Tomanova

Czech. Republic  CATA

Kristýna Tomanová is a delegate to EATA for Czech Association for Transactional Analysis (CATA). She is also a member of the board of CATA. She is a private coach and counsellor and is now a member of EATA Communications commitee.

Miira Matara

Finland  FINTA


EATA  has a programme of awarding  research grants.

  •  Applicants need to have a research qualification (preferably a DPsych or Phd) or have research  supervision by a researcher holding these qualifications
  •  EATA encourages the partnership with scientific, institutional bodies and associations.
  •  EATA expect a clear publication strategy and presentation of the research outcomes at EATA conferences.


In response to a call for applications:

  • Complete the application form in English, making sure that you demonstrate how your applications adresses the aim of the call. Download the application form by clicking this link and send it to tdrc.chair@eatanews.org
  • Your project will be sent for evaluation project by two qualified evaluators external to the committee.
  • TDRC will award the grant within a month of receiving evaluators’ reports.
  • The Principal Investigator/s will sign the contract with EATA.
  • Regular monitoring. A progress report should be sent to TDRC every six months, or midway until the project completion.
  • Publication and Dissemination strategy need to be clear and specific.

Do you need more information? –tdrc.chair@eatanews.org

Researcher Support Programme
TDRC will be piloting a new initiative in 2018-2019 for supporting new researchers in developing projects by providing small grants. The grant could relate to specific research training or coaching, research supervision, technical support, transcription or translation costs.
A grant of up to a maximum of 5000 euro will be available.
Call for 2018/2019 applications is now closed.

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