Program

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

We have exciting keynotes planned for the conference:

Keynote speakers

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’.

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Social event

EATA2018 Celebration Dinner at Double Tree Hilton Hotel
5th of July 2018: Celebration Dinner
At the conference registration you can also book the Celebration Dinner on Thursday 5th July at the Double Tree Hilton Hotel (conference venue) for £35 per person. Booking the Celebration Dinner is optional in addition to the conference fee.
Included in the cost of the dinner:
Susie Orbach
In Conversation with Prof Susie Orbach – A pre-gala dinner event!
It will be our pleasure to welcome Prof Susie Orbach at the EATA TDR conference. She will be ‘In Conversation’ with Carole Shadbolt (TSTA-P) prior to the gala-dinner. We are expecting a stimulating and exciting start of the evening.
Susie Orbach’s latest book In Therapy, is an annotated version of the BBC series listened to by 2 million live. The co-founder of The Women’s Therapy Centre and The Women’s Therapy Centre Institute in New York, she has a practice in London seeing individual and couples. She has been a member of the UK Governments Expert panel and lectured all over the world. She was a Trustee of the Freud Museum for over 11 years. Her first book Fat is a Feminist Issue is 40 years old and continuously in print in the UK.  She has been a visiting Professor at LSE and was a Guardian columnist for 10 years.