All ANZTAA Board members provide their services and expertise as a voluntary contribution. The organisation does not have a paid operational leader. Minutes of Board and AGM meetings are available to members once logged in.
As from the 2019 AGM our Board currently consists of the following people:
I am a PTSTA (Psychotherapy) and Registered Psychotherapist working in private practice in the beautiful city of Dunedin. Serving on the ANZTAA Board is a meaningful way for me to belong and contribute to our TA community in Aotearoa. It is highly rewarding to be part of a group of diverse people who are well engaged, with commitment to fulfilling the objectives of ANZTAA. The Board works collaboratively and relationally, which is sometimes challenging, and always growthful!
Kia ora koutou, I am a registered psychotherapist, CTA (Psychotherapy) and work in private practice at 555 George St Dunedin Psychotherapy Practice. I originally entered psychotherapy because I had worked as an artist in the mental health field and am passionate about helping people to effect change in their lives. I have joined the ANATAA Board as Treasurer to contribute to an association that has contributed so fully to me.
Kia ora, I'm in my 2nd year of training in Transactional Analysis at the Physis Institute in Dunedin and though new to the field of psychotherapy and counselling, I have many years experience of managing change and building collaborative relationships that support organisational and individual welbeing within the workplace. I am originally from the UK and am now based just outside of Christchurch where I share a home with my beloved cat Lily.
Kia ora. I'm currently in my second year of TA (Psychotherapy) training, via WTATI, in Wellington. I've been working in the addiction treatment sector for a number of years, which I find challenging and rewarding. I've joined the ANZTAA board to meet more of the Aotearoa TA community, learn from others, and contribute what I can, where I'm able.
I am independent CTA / psychotherapist based in the Hutt Valley and Wellington. I trained and worked in Social Work, Psychodynamic Counselling and Addiction Treatment in the UK prior moving to Aotearoa, I am interested in maintaining and growing the presence of Transactional Analysis here. I have a particular interest in humour as part of human life.
Keith Tudor, PhD, CQSW, Dip. Psychotherapy, CTA(P), TSTA(P) is professor of psychotherapy at Auckland University of Technology, Aotearoa New Zealand. He has been involved in TA for over 35 years, and is the author of over 100 publications on TA, including four books In 2020, he was the recipient (with Graeme Summers) of the Eric Berne Memorial Award for their work on co-creative TA and design in TA. He has a small private practice in West Auckland as a health care provider and transactional analyst.