EATA’s investment in theory development, research and publishing

Promoting TA knowledge and research on Transactional Analysis is in the core of EATA,. This is why we have a long tradition of investing time and money in research and support of publications. Since it was established in 2010 until 2017, EATA was the main financial contributor to IJTAR/P. Despite various attempts, including assigning a preliminary budget to continue the support of the journal, IJTARP was not able to continue the relationship with EATA.
 
Other areas where EATA invests in research and publications are the financial support of the Transactional Analysis Journal (TAJ) for the next five years, starting in 2019. The EATA Theory Development and Research Committee, one of our longest running committees, structurally invests in research with grants and other means. In collaboration with the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP), EATA contributes to a dedicated issue of the International Journal of Psychotherapy (IJP) on Transactional Analysis.
 
If you would like to know more about our investments in theory development, research and publications, please visit the page of the TDRC: https://www.eatanews.org/ta-theory-development-and-research-committee/.

Call for proposals: EATA CONFERENCE JULY 4TH-6TH 2019 in Cherkassy Ukraine

Dear certified members of EATA,
you now can submit offers for workshops for EATA conference which will take place in

Cherkassy, Ukraine
July 4 – 6, 2019

The theme of the conference is:

“Modern methods and practical applications of Transactional Analysis”

Please go to

https://www.eata2019ua.com

You also can register as participant there.

We are looking forward to your ideas !

With best regards

For the organisation team

Hanna Yavorska

EATA-HATA Summer School, Budapest, May 17-19, 2019

New waves in TA: Neuroscience and TA – Relational TA – Co-creative TA

Download Program

Organized by the Hungarian Association for Transactional Analysis (HATA)

We offer this program for

  • TA trainees in advanced studies – at least 200 hours invested in TA training accredited by EATA/National TA Organisation -,
  • for CTAs and above,
  • primarily living in Middle-East Europe.

PROGRAM:

Opening by Dr. Sylvia Schachner, TSTA-E, psychologist, supervisor, Austria

http://transaktionsanalyse-wien.at/ueber-mich/

1st day: Neuroscience and TA

Dr. Briony Nicholls, TSTA-P, Psychotherapist, Doctor in Psychopharmacology – United Kingdom

http://www.brionynicholls.co.uk/

2nd day: Co-creative TA

Graeme Summers, CTA-P, Executive Coach, Leadership trainer, Psychotherapist – United Kingdom

www.co-creativity.com

3rd day: Relational TA

Sue Eusden, TSTA-P, Psychotherapist, Supervisor, Trainer – United Kingdom

More details follow.

Training hours: from 9 am to 5 pm each day.

Language: English, with translation in Hungarian and in Czech/Slovakian.

VENUE:

Central European University (CEU) Conference Centre

1106 Budapest, Kerepesi út 87.

http://www.ceucenter.hu/

PARTICIPANTS FEE:

Participants feeEarly bird - Payment until February 15, 2019Late bird - Payment after February 15, 2019
for EATA members215 EUR245 EUR
for others245 EUR275 EUR

The participant’s fee contains the 3-days training program, the handouts, the buffet lunch and refreshments for the 3 days.

Cancellation: Please consider, that in case of cancellation after April 15, 2019, we are not able to pay back the participants fee.

CONTACT:

Are you interested? Please contact Annamaria Cser, HATA (annamaria.cser@gmail.com)

Registration for Hungarian members: http://www.hata.hu/eata_hata_nyari_iskola/