Letter from the ITAA President

Welcome to the ITAA Website

The International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA) was founded by Eric Berne and other transactional analysis (TA) practitioners in 1964, almost 50 years ago. Since then, the ITAA has held true to its origins as a radical psychological movement in the humanistic tradition. Our members—certified TA practitioners, students of the theory, and other professional associates—are working to make a positive difference in every part of the world, applying TA as psychotherapists, counselors, organizational consultants, and educators.

The ITAA is a networking organization that promotes transactional analysis internationally. We stand by the core ethics of TA as a psychological theory and practice based on three essential values:

  • The equality of all the people of the world;
  • Open communication and the free exchange of information between people; and
  • The right and responsibility of all individuals to choose how they will live their lives.

If you are not already a member, please consider joining us. Membership will give you access to more of our services and will help the ITAA continue its work in improving psychological awareness and practice   around the world.

C. Suriyaprakash, ITAA President

News and Announcements

* ITAA 2016 AGM Moved to Coimbatore, India -- See Details and Proxy Form (pdf file, Word file)

* SATAA Conference, IBOC exams, ITAA Board Meeting MOVED from Dhaka to Coimbatore due to safety concerns.

* 2017 World TA Conference in Berlin

* Proposed Bylaw Amendments Ready for Member Comment

* URGENT: YOUR CONSENT FOR DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS NEEDED NOW!

* First ITAA Service Award to John Heath

* 2016 Muriel James Living Principles Award to Ken Mellor

* The list of ITAA Eric Berne Memorial (Scientific) Award now updated, with way to related articles

* EXCITING NEW PROJECT! Discounted Supervision Hours Now Available

* Auto-Renewal Suspended for ITAA Membership

* Accessing Back Issues of the TAJ Online

* Visit the Eric Berne Archive