For this episode, John and I had the privilege of travelling to Dublin for the ITAA and EATA international trainers meeting in July. Our guest is Peter Rudolph, so we were very fortunate to meet Peter and record this fascinating conversation in person.
Peter is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst in the Counselling field and works from his private office in Northwest Germany.
We talk about his work as a TA Counsellor, transforming the core of the ‘I’m okay, you’re okay’ concept to a universal okayness, and shifting TA from a psychotherapeutic approach to a psychosocial health approach, integrating a political perspective.
The International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA) is an individual membership organisation providing the TA Journal (TAJ) and the monthly Script newsletter with archives of both from the 1970’s.
For more information about the benefits of membership please click on the link below
The European Association for Transactional Analysis (EATA) has 44 member associations with more than 7550 members in 29 European countries. Its purpose is to promote knowledge and research on Transactional Analysis, to develop its theory, to ensure agreed standards of practice, and to promote cooperation in Europe in the field of Transactional Analysis.
d standards of practice, and to promote cooperation in Europe in the field of Transactional Analysis.