This year’s Coronavirus pandemic has brought us unusual challenges: social distancing, the need to avoid touching other people as much as possible, but also one’s own face, the impossibility to see the whole face of others every time, etc.
In the context of these changes, we ask ourselves a series of questions:
- How can we be together, even though we are physically apart?
- What new ways of relating and connecting with ourselves, others, and the world can we find?
- How does the relationship with oneself and the relationship with the other change and will change?
We invite you to look for answers to these and similar questions through workshops and presentations that will be held at this year’s Transactional Analysis Conference.
We invite you to the 14th edition of the National Conference on Transactional Analysis, with the theme “To be or not to be … in contact. The relationship with oneself and with the other ”, which will take place online, between October 24 and 25, 2020.
An online pre-conference will also be held on October 23, 2020.
The conference will bring together members from both the national and international transactional analysis community- Sari van Poelje (TSTA-O) and Ray Little (CTA-P) will join us.
The conference aims to support the development of every transactional analysis field of applicability: psychotherapy, counselling, organisational and educational.
Stay in contact with the news and register at http://conferinta2020.arat.ro/en/