IARTA
International Association
of Relational Transactional Analysis
IARTA
International Association
of Relational Transactional Analysis
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IARTA
International Association
of Relational Transactional Analysis
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What is relational transactional analysis?

Relational Transactional Analysis' is a term that has evolved in recent years to describe an approach to our work that attracts TA practitioners from many different parts of the world, and from across all four fields of TA; psychotherapy, counselling, organisations, and education.

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Images from various IARTA events

IARTA-EATA 2018

Metanoia Institute, London, to whom we express our gratitude for generously hosting the conference.
Mick Cooper’s keynote presentation to the full conference.
IARTA steering group member Carole Shadbolt (r) facilitates a fascinating discussion with renowned psychotherapist and author Susie Orbach (l).
Jean-Pierre Quazza (France) receives the Eric Berne Memorial Award.
Dmitri Shusto (Russia) receives the Eric Berne Memorial Award.
EATA - IARTA Conference 2018

Left to right

  • 1. Metanoia Institute, London, to whom we express our gratitude for generously hosting the conference.
  • 2. IARTA steering group member Carole Shadbolt (r) facilitates a fascinating discussion with renowned psychotherapist and author Susie Orbach (l).
  • 3. Mick Cooper’s keynote presentation to the full conference.
  • 4. Jean-Pierre Quazza (France) receives the Eric Berne Memorial Award.
  • 5. Dmitri Shusto (Russia) receives the Eric Berne Memorial Award.

IARTA conference NCVO London, November 2017

Lewis Gowers Archive 1957

This is an archive of previous IARTA events, including conferences, workshops and reviews. This dates from October 2014 to February 2011

Keith Tudor and Graeme Summers
Co-Creative Transactional Analysis (2014)
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Edited by Heather Fowlie and Charlotte Sills
Relational Transactional Analysis - Principles in Practice (2011)
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Helena Hargaden and Charlotte Sills
Transactional Analysis - A Relational Perspective (2002)
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