Welcome to the Aotearoa New Zealand
Transactional Analysis Association

The Aotearoa New Zealand Transactional Analysis Association (ANZTAA) represents a diverse community of Transactional Analysis (TA) trainers, trainees, supervisors and practitioners throughout New Zealand. Please explore our website to learn about Transactional Analysis, our membership, our organisation and its activities. We’d love you to join us and become involved.

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ANZTAA FREE Webinar: Sat 19th November (9:00am NZ Time) Trudy Newton - Turning to Resilience & Power

ANZTAA Free Webinars 2022 - Trudy Newton - Turning to Resilience & Power

Register for this fascinating discussion taking place Sunday 19th November 2022 9am NZ time: This will be the final free online workshop for 2022.   
Trudy Newton TSTA (Education) will facilitate a discussion based on key ideas from educational TA and how they can be developed in all fields of application.

The educational field has moved from a place on the margins to play a significant role in the development of relational and co-creative approaches and to focus on the centrality of social psychology as an important aspect of transactional analysis in the world. Part of this is a shift in emphasis from problem to resource, as explored, for instance in the Resilience Cycle (also known as the Health System).
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Trudi Newton TSTA-E works internationally to facilitate radical approaches to learning and community development. She has co-authored several books for educators including TACTICS which looks in detail at the process of learning and teaching, and Educational Transactional Analysis: an international guide to theory and practice. Her most recent book (with Hilary Cochrane), Supervision and Coaching, shows her passion for supervision as a resource and means of co-created learning. As well as writing regularly for TAJ, Trudi has guest-edited issues on Education and on TA Training. She has provided training in educational TA in the UK, Russia and South Africa, and contributes to training programmes in several countries. In 2011 she was presented with the Muriel James Living Principles Award by ITAA and in 2017 received the EATA Gold Medal in recognition of her work in developing the educational field of TA.
TA101: 25-26 November 2022

TA 101 Course 25th-26th November 2022 - Wellington with John Savage

See Upcoming Events section for details.

Transactional Analysis Residential Training Workshop 2023

26TH – 30TH APRIL 2023\