USATAA is a grassroots association in the United States, and following the principles of Transactional Analysis (TA), recognize that we are born OK, have the capacity to think and decide for ourselves, and have a natural bias toward growth and health. As an organization, we are inclusive, democratic, and strive to contribute to humankind.
Transactional Analysis (TA) is a psychological theory and a method of working with people’s thinking, feelings, and behavior. Created by Dr. Eric Berne using simple diagrams and definitions, it is an effective communication system for therapy, education, and organizations.
What Transactional Analysis Can Do For You
- Identify games people play
- Recognize ego states: parent, adult, child
- Improve communication skills
- Become an excellent parent
- Discover a positive psychology
- Realize personal development
- Bring help to your love life and relationships
- Develop into a skilled therapist or coach
- Enhance your communication skills
- Understand scripts people live
- Connect with like-minded colleagues
- Network with the socially concerned
- Gather knowledge from experts
- Get certification
Become a Member
Want to be a part of a diverse and delightful community of practitioners, including well-known theorists and authors? Learn about the benefits of a USATAA membership!
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Transactional Analysis (TA) training for ANYONE who wants to understand, predict and change what happens when people talk to each other.
From the Blog
We don’t announce everyone’s birthdays in our USATAA community – but when it’s a 104 th birthday, of someone who is still leading an amazing life - we are delighted to be able to send our love and greetings to our dear Fanita English. In July, the International...
This article was originally published in The Script, Vol. 50, No. 4, April. It is republished with the permission of the ITAA. Leonard Campos is being honored with the 2020 Robert and Mary Goulding Social Justice Award for his years of applying redecision therapy...
One of the exciting developments at the Raleigh Conference was the signing of the partnership agreement between the ITAA and the USATAA. Most instrumental in reaching this agreement were Dianne Maki-Sethi and Lucy Freedman for USATAA and Chitra Ravi and Elana Leigh for the ITAA.