With Graham Barnes, Valerie Batts, Felipe Garcia, and Vann Joines
July 30-31, 2019
This conference will feature a uniquely exciting, progressive, social-action oriented TA 101, presented by a small, diverse group of certified instructors.
Graham Barnes, Valerie Batts, Felipe Garcia, and Vann Joines will conduct a TA 101 course on Tuesday and Wednesday before the conference. This special course presents TA core concepts and philosophical principles as they can be applied to social and cultural changes, equity, diversity and inclusiveness. In recent historical moments, we are keenly aware of the relevance and usefulness of socio-cultural applications in transactional analysis core theory and principles.
Save on the registration fee by signing up for the 101 at the same time as the conference. 12 hours CE credit will be offered.
Graham Barnes founded the Fellowship for Racial and Economic Equality in 1960. “FREE” went on to become Southeast Institute for Group and Family Therapy.
Valerie Batts and Felipe Garcia received the 2018 Robert and Mary Goulding Social Justice Award for their multi-level social justice initiatives toward racial and gender equality, peace, and cultural awareness, as well as their significant theoretical contributions.
Vann Joines has received The Eric Berne Memorial Award for integration of TA with other theories. He remains a proponent of the Southeast Institute’s work for racial, economic and social equity as a director and psychologist for over 40 years, including nurturing the conference’s thematic integration of social action with quality scientific programming.