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  • Join us for our 2016 AGM – contribute to the SATAA!

    We are holding our AGM on the 17th March 2016 in CPT and JHB (via skype) – please join us!

  • People of the SATAA – interview with Marguerite Sacco-Turner

    Every few months, we interview a person of the SATAA to get more insight into who is part of our community. This time, we interview Marguerite Sacco-Turner.

  • Exciting offering: Become a TIFF accredited practitioner

    We are very excited to announce that in 2016, a group of South Africans have the opportunity to become accredited TIFF practitioners. What is TIFF? It is the Temple Index of Functional Fluency. The Functional Fluency model of human social behaviour for mapping behavioural patterns, has been researched and created by Susannah Temple. It is […]

  • Trauma and Recovery: A one-day workshop for NGOs

    Hosted by Valley Development Projects, Joanna Beasley and John Baxendale will soon generously donate their time to give a free workshop that will help participants understand how shock and trauma affect both mind and body, and sometimes keep us trapped in the past.

  • People of the SATAA – interview with Judith Haupt

    Every few months, we interview a person of the SATAA to get more insight into who is part of our community. This time, we interview Judith Haupt, Vice Chair of the SATAA.

  • Our first COP event in Cape Town

        We had our first Community of Practice event in Cape Town at the end of May – it felt like a big milestone in terms of our development this year, as it was our first physical engagement with members and people interested in TA. Rather than describing the event ourselves, we asked two people […]

  • People of the SATAA – Interview with Alex van Oostveen

    Every few months, we interview a person of the SATAA to get more insight into who is part of our community. This time, we interview Alex van Oostveen, the new Secretary of the SATAA.

  • TA in the community: a report by Wayne Singh

    Equipping for Change in an ever Evolving Planet by Wayne Singh The pace at which an organisation is able to evolve itself is highly dependent upon the people within that organisation’s ability to cope with change. Change is inevitable given that we live and operate within an ever changing world. Our world at every level […]

  • People of the SATAA – Interview with Karen Pratt

    In the next few months, we will be interviewing different people of the SATAA. For our first interview, we chose Karen Pratt, the new Chair of the SATAA. Read more about her here.

  • SATAA Strategy and getting involved

    The SATAA has a new Board – Karen Pratt as Chairperson, Judith Haupt as Vice-Chairperson, Alex van Oostveen as Secretary and Janet King as Treasurer are busy with some changes for the SATAA and the wider TA community. As a first step, they developed a strategy for the SATAA for the year to come. Would […]

  • SATAA awards Honorary Lifetime Membership

    SATAA awards Honorary Lifetime Membership to Joanna Beazley Richards, Richard Erskine and Trudi Newton for the generous contributions to the development of Transactional Analysis in South Africa Joanna Beazley Richards founded Wealden Psychology Institute in the South East of England, in 1986. Joanna has been a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst since 1995. She is […]