Council delegates and officers

EATA Committees

EATA has numerous Committees and Task Forces dedicated to providing the core functions of the organisation. EATA committee members are made up of council delegates who are elected or co-opted into their roles.

This is a list of EATA council delegates: EATA Council is made up of delegates from the affiliated membership across Europe.

Gohar LevonyanGohar LevonyanArmeniaAATAgoya.mailbox2@gmail.comGohar Levonyan is a practicing psychologist-consultant. She is one of the founders of ААТА. President of AATA since 2006.
Sylvia SchachnerSylvia SchachnerAustriaÖATA/ ÖGTAsylviaschachner@gmx.atI am working as educational manager in public schools in Vienna and in privat praxis as trainer, supervisor and psychologist. Beiing PTSTA in the field of Education I like to organize Trainings and Workshops in different European countries, actually in Austria, Czech Republic, Slovacia, Poland and Russia.My languages are German, English and French. I am member of the TA Theorie developement and research committee.  
Ines StimjaninInes StimjaninBosnia & HerzegovinaBIHOTAsh.ig.wa@hotmail.comInes is psychologist, psychotherapist and master of managment and organization. Currently working in mental health institution. Involved in project as a counsellor for adult education. Also passionate about development of organizations and couching. Ines is member of TA theory development and TA research committee
Elena NikolovaElena NikolovaBulgariaBATAbatanewsoffice@gmail.comI am a psychologist and I have my own practice. I work as well as an executive director for Solidarnost association for addicted people. Besides addicts, I work with anxiety disorders, depression, borderline cases and people who want to develop their personal potential. I also organise TA tranings in Bulgaria. TA is one of my big passions.
Petra GorsicPetra GorsicCroatiaUTApetragorsic@gmail.comPetra is a psychologist in private clinic in Zagreb.
David KrystopDavid KrystofCzech RepublicCATAdavid.krystof@ta-cata.czDavid Krystof is a delagate to EATA by Czech Association for Transactional Analysis (CATA). He is also a member of board of CATA. David Krystof is focused on transactional analysis in organisation. He is professional soft-skills trainer and business coach. 
Miira MataraMiira
Caroline CarlicchiCaroline CarlicchiFranceIFATcaroline.carlicchi@gmail.comCaroline Carlicchi is a freelance organization consultant and executive coach. She is specialized in change management and multicultural environments.
Catherine GERARDCatherine GERARDFranceIFATcatherine.gerard.lgc@gmail.comCatherine Gérard is a TA psychotherapist and PTSTA-p in France. She has a private practice near Paris, with adults in face to face and in groups. She is a trainer and superviser at AT-psy-Paris and at CAFAT in Clermont-Ferrand.
Guenter Josef MohrGünter Josef MohrGermanyDGTAhedmohr@aol.comTraining and Supervising Transactional Analyst, Author of "Ego and Mindfulness", "Individual and Organisational TA for the 21 Century", "Growth and Change for Organizations". Coach for systemic and multulevel coaching. Member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of TA Research, the Transactional Analysis Journal and Zeitschrift für Transaktionsanalyse. Senior Coach DBVC and BDP, Supervisor BDP.
Peter RudolphPeter RudolphGermanyDGTApeter.rudolph@ewetel.netI'm TSTA - Co and one focus of my work is to provide Supervision, Coaching and training in institutions of child- and youth services, child and adult psychiatries and other institutions of a non-profit field.
Annamaria CserAnnamaria CserHungaryHATAannamaria.cser@gmail.comBusiness psychologist, working as senior expert and manager for learning and development, organizational development in a multinational company. I am facilitator and coach in frame of diverse development programs as well, and interested in TA implications in organizational context.
Mara ScoliereMara ScoliereItalyIRPIR/ AUXIMON/ IANTI/ CPAT/
Paolo MaggioPaolo MaggioItalySIMPAT / AIATPaolo.maggio@fastwebnet.itMember of TA theory development and TA research committee. Since 2012 member of SIMPAT board. Paolo Maggio: M.D. Psychotherapist PTSTA-P in Florence and Milano. My experience in medical fields concern internal medicine (at Florence University as researcher and assistant professor) and psychiatry (at Prato hospital as researcher and psychotherapist). I am interested in  neuroscience and psychological trauma in civilian and war victims. Teacher of Basic TA at Eureka! Organizational Transactional Analysis school in Milano.
Currently no DelegateCurrently no DelegateMacedonia
Milica IlićMilica Ilić
Betty Lutke  
 Harry GerthNetherlandsNVTAharrygerth@hotmail.comHarry is a PTSTA(O) running his own TA-institute in the centre of the Netherlands. He is a member of the European Connection Committee (ECC).
Marit LyngraMarit LyngraNorwayNTAFmarit@atv-stiftelsen.noMarit Lyngra is a psychotherapist (CTA, PTSTA) working at Alternative to Violence - ATV – an organisation providing therapy to perpetrators of domestic violence. She completed her BA(Hons) and MSC in Transactional Analysis at Metanoia Institute in London, UK where she lived for almost 20 years, before returning to Norway in 2015.
Magdalena SekowskaMagdalena SekowskaPolandPTOATsekowmag@kr.onet.plMagdalena Sekowska (Vice President of EATA)Psychologist, psychotherapist. She runs her own company specializing in  training and counseling, she supports development of organizations and  managers. A management consultant. She leads Transactional Analysis faculty at Jagiellonian University in Krakow. President of Polish Association of Organizational Transactional[/bra_team_member]
Oana PanescuOana PanescuRomaniaARAToanamadeleine@yahoo.comOana Panescu (General Secretary). I work as a psychologist for the nuclear power plant in Romania. I am also a psychotherapist and an assistant teacher at a private university in Bucharest. President of Romanian Association of Transactional Analysis - ARAT, Bucharest branch.
Ilya FedotovIlya FedotovRussiaRATAilyafdtv@rambler.ruIlya Fedotov is a delegate to EATA by Ryazan Association for Transactional Analysis (RATA). He is also a President of RATA, MD, Ph.D. Ilya Fedotov works as a psychotherapist in private practice and in Psychiatry Department of Medical University.
Maja DelibasicMaja DelibasicSerbiaSATAmade8377@yahoo.comMaja is a psychologist psychotherapist. She works in private practice and volunteers as an educator for Red Cross Nis and as an psychotherapist for Psychological counseling center for students.
Carolina Fernandez RuizCarolina Fernandez RuizSpainATA/ APPHATcfernandez@grupofernandez.esI´m psychology, with experience working with organizations, and  currently  I´m working in private clinic with adults. I am  a partner member of the TA School in Spain : CEP Eric Berne.
Eleonore LindEleonore LindSwedenSTAFeleonore.lind@telia.comEleonore is a PTSTA-p and a mediator, practicing on the west coast of Sweden. She is a teacher with Scandinavian Institute for Transactional Analysis.
Maya BenteleMaya
Sylvie MoninSylvie MoninSwitzerlandASAT-SR/ SGTAsylvie.monin@bluewin.chSylvia Monin is a TA and Integrative Consellor.  She has a private practice in Geneva, Switzerland, and is a trainer and supervisor, PTSTA-C, at TA Center Geneva where she is part of the Counselling field training and supervising team.
Safak Ebru ToksoySafak Ebru
Dr Cathy McQuaidDr Cathy McQuaidUKUKATA/ IDTA/ STAA/ IARTAcathymcquaid@
Cathy is passionate about training and training standards particularly in the psychotherapy field. She has undertaken research into trainees experience of their training and is now exploring the needs of psychotherapy trainers. She is the author of What You Really Need to Know About Counselling and Psychotherapy Training: An Essential Guide published by Routledge.
Anastasia HorokhivskaAnastasia HorokhivskaUkraineUATAgorohovskaya.anastasia@gmail.comAnastasia is clinical psychologist. She has worked in hospitals. Now she has private practice in Kiev. She is a member of the European Connection Committee (ECC).