Dear certified members of EATA,
you now can submit offers for workshops for EATA conference which will take place in
July 4 – 6, 2019
The theme of the conference is:
“Modern methods and practical applications of Transactional Analysis”
Please go to
You also can register as participant there.
We are looking forward to your ideas !
With best regards
For the organisation team
New waves in TA: Neuroscience and TA – Relational TA – Co-creative TA
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.
Opening by Dr. Sylvia Schachner, TSTA-E, psychologist, supervisor, Austria
1st day: Neuroscience and TA
Dr. Briony Nicholls, TSTA-P, Psychotherapist, Doctor in Psychopharmacology – United Kingdom
2nd day: Co-creative TA
Graeme Summers, CTA-P, Executive Coach, Leadership trainer, Psychotherapist – United Kingdom
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.
Central European University (CEU) Conference Centre
1106 Budapest, Kerepesi út 87.
|Participants fee||Early bird - Payment until February 15, 2019||Late bird - Payment after February 15, 2019|
|for EATA members||215 EUR||245 EUR|
|for others||245 EUR||275 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.
Are you interested? Please contact Annamaria Cser, HATA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Registration for Hungarian members: http://www.hata.hu/eata_hata_nyari_iskola/