The ITAA and EATA would like to invite you to participate in an online meeting with TA friends and colleagues throughout the world.
Corona crisis confronts us all with new challenges. The overwhelming power of this pandemic isolates us, brings suffering and crisis to us both personally and professionally and impacts our environment with many personal, social and economic losses.
At the same time, it creates a ‘we’ – we are all affected by this pandemic. Bangalore, Berlin, New York, Sydney, Cape Town –we all live and cope with this situation where communities are pulling together, and new connections and skills are being developed.
Together the ITAA and EATA would like to provide an online space for members to meet and talk about experiences, challenges and needs with a possible aim being to share strategies and options that have been successful to supportive to you and others at this time.
This two- hour meeting will be held on Friday, 24th of April with a maximum of 100 participants, timings will be:
- 09.00 am – 11.00 am Berlin time
- 12.30 pm – 02.30 pm Indian time
- 05.00 pm – 07.00 pm Sydney time
- 08.00 am – 10.00 am United Kingdom time
You can book your place here – https://tinyurl.com/v6hwh2l and we will email you a link to the zoom meeting nearer the time.
If there is enough interest in this event, we will repeat it.
We look forward to an enriching encounter with you all.
Elana Leigh, President ITAA
Peter Rudolph, President EATA
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 principles and methods in his activism related to social responsibility and justice. The nomination statements in support of his award recalled how Leonard has worked on social justice issues all of his professional life through promoting equality and fair treatment of people of differences.
He has been a regular presenter on social justice and peacemaking and has applied transactional analysis and redecision theory in his work. He has modeled cooperative and collaborative behaviors as he advocated for inclusion and diversity. They acknowledged Leonard’s role as the lead founder of Transactional Analysts for Social Responsibility and the ways he has combined TA and advocacy at the local community level as well as on a wider national and international level.
They cited his many publications and other awards and how his TAJ publications on cultural scripting, war, and peace are strong indicators of his global concern as well as his evolving and enduring commitment to using transactional analysis for social justice. (Leonard’s acceptance speech will be published in an upcoming issue of The Script.) Nominators: Lucy Freedman, Felipe Garcia, Janice Dowson, and Dianne Maki-Sethi.
This article was originally published in The Script, Vol. 49, No. 10, October 2019. It is republished with permission of the ITAA.
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. (more…)
22nd USATAA Winter Gathering, February 16-23, 2019, Frenchman’s Cove, Port Antonio, Jamaica
A Gathering is an un-conference that combines retreat, learning, natural beauty, and warm friendships in a self-organizing community. The fee covers conference registration, 7 nights stay in a guest room or shared villa, breakfast, 5 luncheons at the beach, 1 evening meal, gratuities, CE credits, and 2019 USATAA membership. Flights, local transportation, and airport transfers not included.
Jamaica Conference, Feb 16-23 2019: Register for Jamaica Conference, 2019 | View Last Year’s Gathering