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Hello from the UK

We are the United Kingdom Association of Transactional Analysis (UKATA).

Next year UKATA will be celebrating 50 years of providing a focus and a sense of belonging to all those people in the UK who are interested in, studying and/or practicing Transactional Analysis.
We have over 1000 members mainly drawn from the field of Psychotherapy, and we aspire to build our Counselling, Organisational and Educational membership levels in the coming years. We have a small central team lead by Operations Manager Carol Masih who oversees the running of the organisation.
Through our Training, Accreditation and Standards Committee (TASC) we work with a network of excellent Registered Training Establishments (RTEs) to ensure that high standards of training in Transactional Analysis are delivered and maintained across the UK.

We are committed to growing the numbers of Certified Transactional Analysts in all fields in the UK.
Through our many dedicated volunteers we also have active Ethics, Membership and Diversity Committees that inform our practice of Transactional Analysis and a Trustee Board that leads on managing the business of the organisation. Two of our key projects for this coming year are reviewing our membership offer and improving our practitioner directory.

UKATA produces an informative and thought-provoking quarterly magazine for members and supporters called ‘the Transactional Analyst’. This is available in both digital and paper formats.
Our conference Committee delivers an annual conference for more than 300 members and this year it runs from 19th to 21st April 2024 in Bradford. In our 50th year our theme is: ‘Who we have been, who we are now, and who we will be tomorrow – Changing Times in Transactional Analysis’ and FYI tickets are still available!
Our aim as an organisation in this our golden year is to continue to build a thriving Transactional Analysis community across the UK, working with all interested organisations to promote both our modality and our members.

If you would like any further information about UKATA please get in contact office@uka4ta.co.uk

We are passing the baton to Montenegro!


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