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Dear colleagues, EATA is happy to announce to you the launch of a new project of the Communication Committee #EATA_together. It aims to increase the visibility of national associations among all EATA members. We asked the Delegates and Presidents to tell us some information about their associations so that we know more about the traditions and the history of European associations. Each of the associations passes the baton to another country or association. Let’s get to know each other! 

Meet UATA – Ukraine

Hello. We are the Ukrainian Association for TA (UATA), which has been developing in Ukraine for 25 years. During this time, we have met many challenges and achieved victories. We are especially proud

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Meet PTAT – Poland

We are a Polish association that was founded in 1994, shortly after the fall of communism in our country, when professional psychotherapy in Poland was just developing. The beginnings were not easy, there

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Meet NVTA – Netherlands

Hi there! We are NVTA, the Dutch Association for TA. Our board has seven members. We want our association to be a lively marketplace where great meetings take place and where there is

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Meet FinTA – Finland

Hello Europe! Greetings from FinTA—the Finnish Association for Transactional Analysis! FinTA was founded when a Finnish consulting company started to use TA and brought it to Finland. At the same time a drug

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Meet USTA – Ukraine

Greetings from Ukraine! We are the Ukrainian Society of Transactional Analysis (USTA)! This year we are already 309 and we plan to grow! We have an interesting and important history of development. The

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Meet UTA – Croatia

The Croatian Association of Transactional Analysis (UTA) was established in 1998. Initially comprising a small group of around a dozen enthusiasts, it has now grown to include over 90 members. Throughout its existence,

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Meet AIAT – Italy

The Italian Association of Transactional Analysis – AIAT, was founded by Carlo Moiso and Michele Novellino in 1976, and was one of the first TA associations to be present in Italy.AIAT is a

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Meet SLOVENTA – Slovenia

Slovenian Association of Transactional Analysis – Sloventa has integrated the fundamental Berne concept of ‘I am OK, you’re OK’ into its work. Sloventa was established in 1995. Today, with 111 members, including 8

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Meet DGTA – Germany

The DGTA exists since 1975 – and meanwhile, we have 2000 members! We organize an annual professional congress for our members and interested professionals, and in alternation two professional days of the application

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Meet BATA – Bulgaria

Let’s meet and greet the Bulgarian Association of Transactional Analysis (BATA)!It was founded by four enthusiastic people in June 2013. BATA is a professional non-profit organization made up of people who have shared

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Meet ÖGTA – Austria

Hello and a wonderful “Grüß Gott” from Austria. We are the ÖGTA, the Austrian Association for Transactional Analysis. We are quite a small group founded in the 1980s (there have been a few

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Meet IFAT – France

Dear members, let’s meet and greet IFAT – Institut Français d’Analyse TransactionnelleIFAT has existed since 1975. We have more than 500 members today. We organize professional congresses every 2 years with ASAT-SR and

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Meet IRPIR – Italy

ISTITUTO DI RICERCA SUI PROCESSI INTRAPSICHICI E RELAZIONALI – IRPIR (Institute for Research on Intrapsychic and Relational Processes) The “Istituto di Ricerca sui Processi Intrapsichici e Relazionali” (IRPIR) Association was founded in Italy,

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Meet ARAT – Romania

Let us introduce you to Romanian ARAT! ARAT story … in the early 2000s, a friendly group initially organized a workshop, then fascinated by the consistency and coherence of the method, they decided

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