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Dear EATA members,
The next EATA webinar will take place on November 19th, 2023.

This webinar will focus on the EATA (and ITAA) Common Mission Statement and how we use this in practice. We are thrilled to have Peter Rudolph, Ex-President of EATA and Victoria Baskerville, who is well known for her passion and commitment to inclusivity, to talk about this. The aim is to connect the affiliated TA Associations and members of EATA.

The Common Mission Statement (CMS) is:
Common Mission Statement Transactional Analysis is a psychological approach to understanding individuals, groups and community. The TA philosophy of equal relationship, mutual respect and engagement is expressed in our organisations’ ethical values and principles. This is relevant to our relationship with each individual and each organisation as well as to the environment and the world as a whole. Our TA organisations embrace sustainability and social justice as part of our personal, professional, and ethical choices. We are committed to a perspective that embodies, celebrates and accounts for interconnectedness, social responsibility and care for our planet.

This event will be translated into Ukrainian, Italian, German, Russian and French.

You can find more information about the event and the possibility of registering via the link:

EATA Webinar Series 2023 – Diversity Tickets, Sun 19 Nov 2023 at 18:00 | Eventbrite

Thank you for joining!
The organising team 


Timings are:

18.00 - 19.30 GMT
19.00 - 20.30 CET
20.00 - 21.30 - EET


19 Nov 2023

Our four esteemed speakers are:

Peter Rudolph

Sociologist, Counsellor, TSTA-Co, Heilpraktiker for psychotherapy

Peter Rudolph, sociologist, counsellor, TSTA-Co, Heilpraktiker for psychotherapy.
I work and live in the northwest of Germany, started with friends and colleagues at an institute for training, counselling and psychotherapy and have worked for more than 30 years in the field of psychosocial health. I understood in my work that humans are deeply okay independent from their behaviour and that we have to take responsibility that this okayness does not only include you and me but also all human beings and the world as a whole.

Victoria Baskerville

Transactional Analyst Psychotherapist, supervisor, and trainer

Victoria Baskerville (she/her) has been practicing as a Transactional Analyst Psychotherapist, supervisor, and trainer for over 20 years, based in multi-diverse East London. Five years ago, she founded TA East London Institute, which is housed in a community building in the heart of the urban community. Integral to every aspect of training is intersectionality, bringing counselling and psychotherapy into a social and political context. Victoria recently completed a two-year UKCP research project on Inclusivity and Exclusivity in counselling and psychotherapy training, published in the New Psychotherapist and Transactional Analyst. She is on the editorial team of the Transactional Analysts and authors ‘Amplified Voices’ each quarter. She is interested in Queer theory and how Queer identities are challenging all forms of oppression. Victoria identifies as lesbian and Queer.

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