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EATA conference 2015, Rome

Welcome to the EATA conference 2015
1st EATA TA Theory Development & Researsh Conference
Beyond limits. Verifying the Development of TA Theory through Researsh

Dear EATA Members,
We are delighted to invite you to our 1st Theory Development and Research Conference organized by EATA with all the Italian Associations (AIAT, AUXIMON, CPAT, IANTI, IAT, IRPIR, SIMPAT).
“Beyond the limits: verifying the development of TA theory through research” is the topic of the Conference that will be held in Rome at Marriott Park Hotel, on 9th, 10th and 11th, July 2015.
The conference intends to be a meaningful opportunity for exchange, providing a forum to reflect on the state of the art of TA theory and practice, on its current stage of development, on its strengths, as well as on the directions and areas that can be explored in-depth through research in the future.
We will be pleased to receive your proposals for sharing your knowledge and your ideas about TA application and theories by December, 31st, 2014.
All the relevant information and forms will be available soon at the website http://www.eataconference2015.com
We are looking forward to meeting you in Rome next July!
Laura Bastianelli – Chair of Scientific Committee
Alessandra Pierini – Rome Conference´s Chair

Conference Theme

The conference will be an opportunity to support the development of Transactional Analysis theory, also in connection with other theories, it will also be an opportunity to promote and encourage Transactional Analysis’s research in different fields of application : clinical, counselling, educational and organizational.

The conference intends to be a meaningful opportunity for exchange in providing a forum to reflect on the state of the art of TA theory, on its current stage of development, on its strengths, as well as on the directions and areas that can be explored in-depth through research in the future.

The presentation of experiences and projects will be, at the same time, an opportunity to learn, share and explore methods, tools and different directions of research in Transactional Analysis.

Research means both stimulus and resource for “doing” theory

Please visit the conference website at:

http://www.eataconference2015.com/

 

UK NATIONAL TA CONFERENCE, 10-12 April 2015, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

10-12 April 2015, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

UKTAConf template4We are delighted to invite you to the UK National TA conference in Edinburgh on the 10-12 of April 2015. The conference is organised in partnership between UKATA (UK Association for Transactional Analysis) and STAA (Scottish Transactional Analysis Association). The conference takes place at The Carlton Hotel, situated in central Edinburgh, with a full live and online programme over a total of 2 and ½ days and catering for practitioners of all fields of application. Our keynote speaker is Keith Tudor, whose speech is on the theme of “The Critical Adult: A Critical Concept for Interesting Times”. There is an impressive choice of 48 workshops to choose from, organised by field of application and including an “Experienced Practitioner” stream with a set of advanced and challenging discussions, hosted forums and material chosen especially for CTAs, PTSTAs, TSTAs and CTA Trainers. Newbies are welcome to join the Connection group to be greeted and meet new people, and trainees can take part in a mock exam experience to prepare for their “big day”.
The social events take place throughout the duration of conference and there will be many opportunities to learn, mix, network, mingle and enjoy the company of colleagues coming from all parts of UK and many from other countries. The online programme, accessible from anywhere in the world via internet (livestream), starts on Friday 10 April at 9am GMT and offers 4 workshops and the keynote speech, for a token fee. Join us in person or online and be part of our community! For more information about our programmes, updates, social events and livestream please visit www.uktaconference.wordpress.com and our Facebook page. For conference packages bookings visit http://uktaconf2015.eventbrite.co.uk.
Our conference co-chairs are Andy Williams and Jane Williams.