Working At The Relational Edge of Evidence

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Theory Development and Research Conference

by EATA and IARTA • July 5th-6th 2018 • London

Working at the relational edge of evidence.
How does research support us in expanding the horizons of our practice?

Join us in the exciting conference focusing on the newest developments in TA theory and research and their application to practice.

The conference is organised in collaboration with the International Association of Relational Transactional Analysis (IARTA) and will take place in London. The European Association of Transactional Analysis (EATA) and the International Association of Relational Transactional Analysis (IARTA) are proud to be hosting this conference in the UK.
London is and exciting capital city with attractions to suit every taste from museums, historical buildings, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace to theatres, Covent Garden and many fine restaurants. We are fortunate to have a venue for the conference only a short tube ride from the heartbeat of London: The Double Tree Hilton Hotel in Ealing, West London and Metanoia Institute, Ealing, close to the hotel.

The conference theme is Theory Development and Research. We hope this theme will appeal to TA practitioners across all four fields and people who may be interested in either research or theory development.

Register now via Eventbrite!

We have exciting keynotes planned for the conference.
  • Charlotte Sills (TSTA) will open the conference with Steve Chapman with ‘Creative Adventures in Transactional Analysis’.
  • Prof Mick Cooper, a prolific author and an international psychotherapy researcher, will open day two with ‘Developing an integrative model of counselling and psychotherapy: Contributions from (and to) transactional analysis’.

We are here to help with any questions or if you need any further information. Please feel free to email us.

We look forward to welcoming you to London.

Mica Douglas
EATA/IARTA Research Conference Committee Chair

Biljana van Rijn
EATA Chair of Theory Development and Research Committee