European Association for Transactional Analysis

Dr. Marco Mazzetti   - EATA President


Welcome to our site – it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to EATA. I hope you will find the information you are looking for in our website.

EATA was founded on July 16th 1976 as the European Transactional Analysis Association with the aim to bring together the numerous TA training activities in Europe and to ensure high standards. EATA currently has 34 membership associations with more than 7550 members in 27 european countries.

This is a time of growth and development in TA throughout Europe and the world. The training and certification process including TA examinations, the conferences and trainers meetings, the publications and research, TA theory and practice, are all constantly developing in the fields of Counselling, Education and Organisations, and Psychotherapy,. You will find details of all these activities in this website.

One of our goals is to help create powerful national TA organisations, which can spread and developTransactional Analysis in Europe. We invite you to participate; and to enjoy our website!

22-23 May 2014

Cagliari, Italy: 3rd EATA Research Conference

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“Research and professional practice: how research can take its roots in practice?”

22nd-23rd May 2014, Cagliari, Italy

After the success of the 2nd Research Conference in Luton (UK) in November 2011, IRPIR and the headquarters of IFREP (Institute for Training and Research for Educators and Psychotherapists) in Cagliari  (Italy) will organize the 3rd Research Conference, with the patronage of EATA and of IJTAR (International Journal for Transactional Analysis Research).

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2014 World TA Conference

LogoOn behalf of the World Conference Committee (ITAA, EATA, and FTAA), I invite you to make plans now to attend the 2014 World TA Conference and to submit a proposal to present your work.

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