Editor

Julie Hay, UK – MPhil (Management Characteristics) MSc TA Psychotherapy, PG Dipl Mgt Studies, Academic Dean of MSc (TA Psychotherapy, Developmental TA, TA Coaching options), Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (Counselling, Organisational, Psychotherapy, Educational), Licensed Trainer NLP, Chartered Member CIPD, Chartered Manager CMI, Psychotherapist (UKCP, BACP), Accredited European Council Chief Executive, Psychological Intelligence Foundation CIC. See www.juliehay.org

CEO of Psychological Intelligence Foundation CIC (www.pifcic.org ), A D International and Sherwood Publishing. Past president of the European and International Transactional Analysis Associations (EATA and ITAA) and Founder of World Online Transactional Analysis Association (www.wotaa.org).  Founder and President 2006-8 of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council. Founding Director of the International Centre for TA Qualifications (www.ictaq.org ). Over 40 year’s organisational experience as employee, manager, trade unionist, trainer, consultant, entrepreneur. Over 25 years experience teaching TA in over 40 countries. Author of numerous articles, books and packs on TA, NLP, management competences and assessment, action learning, group dynamics, coach/mentoring, and corporate culture change.

 

Editorial Board

Sezgin Bekir, Bulgaria - PhD, Postdoctoral fellow, Institute for Population and Human Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Research interests:  Psychology of personality, clinical psychology and psychotherapy, transactional analysis, organizational and career development.  Recent research studies: Personality, education and professional self-realization for people from vulnerable groups in the country: scientific dimensions and practical approaches.

Enrico Benelli, Italy - Adjunct Professor of Dynamic Psychology, University of Padua, Psychologist, Psychotherapist. Collaborates with Italian Association for Transactional Analysis for developing research evidences supporting efficacy and effectiveness of Transactional Analysis. Contributed to development of online website platform for gathering evidences from case study researches, and conducts meta-analysis and benchmarking to support the efficacy and effectiveness of Marginalized and Emerging models of psychotherapy.  Research interests are: case study research, single case meta-analysis, development of practitioner-research networks, practice-based evidences and evidence-based practice, manualization of the treatment for common mental disorders.

Jorge Close, Argentina - Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (Psychotherapy).

Philippe Ducatteeuw, France - management consultant, Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (Organisational), runs training and supervising groups in TA in France and Belgium.

Bernard Gentelet, France - Psychotherapist, Provisional Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (Psychotherapy), Master’s degree in TA Psychotherapy.

Professor Roland Johnsson, Sweden – PhD, Licensed psychologist and Licensed psychotherapist, Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (Psychotherapy), and co-owner of IFL (Institutet For Livsterapi)

Dmitry Kasyanov, Russia - psychologist, publisher.

Dr Mandy Lacy, New Zealand - Masters in Learning Science and Technology and her PhD research focused on group memory and learning in team meetings, Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (Organisational), consultant, professional development coach, researcher and facilitator with hands on experience leading transformation, benefits realisation management, business change and modern workplace learning. See www.mandylacyconsulting.nz 

Julia McLeod, Scotland - MSc TA Counselling, MSc Applications in Psychology, Lecturer in Counselling at the University of Abertay and Programme Leader of the Masters in Counselling, co-author of Counselling Skills 2nd edn (2011) and Personal and Professional Development: A Practical Guide for Counsellors, Psychotherapists and Mental Health Practitioners (2013).

Peter Milnes, Australia - PhD, MEd,EdD, ECertified Transactional Analyst (EATA), Transactional Analysis Practitioner Instructor (USATAA). Psychotherapy in a psychological clinic, part-time teacher.  Research and development interests include psychotherapy, education, Aboriginal and cross-cultural issues, homelessness/disability and psychotherapy, and community development.

Stefan Sandström, Sweden - Licensed psychologist and sociologist, Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (Psychotherapy), and the author of books on communication, transactional analysis, ethics, dependencies, stress and trauma, interpersonal violence, and resilience.  See www.spfab.se

Bogdan Serbanescu, Romania - PhD. Provisional Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (Organisational).  Over 40 years organizational experience, both in state-owned and privately-owned companies. Has delivered TA trainings in Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and Serbia.

C. Suriyaprakash, India - PhD, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Jansons School of Business, Coimbatore. Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (Organisational), Master Practitioner NLP, over two decades in industry, teaching MBAs, organisation development training, counselling, coaching and consultancy. Co-founder of Relations Institute of Development, with a mission to rehumanise workplace, recipient of the ITAA Muriel James Living Principles Award, Managing Trustee, Child First Society. Past President of the ITAA. See http://suriyasunshine.com

Maria Ulrika Widén, Italy, - Licensed Psychologist and Art Therapist, Provisional Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (Counselling), a trainer and supervisor at Epoche Institute, Padua and Rome, a Member of the Board of Directors of ITACA (International Transactional Analysts for Childhood and Adolescence), and of the teaching/supervising team of ICTAQ (International Centre for TA Qualifications)

Tony White, Australia - MSc, BA (Hons), Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (Psychotherapy). Psychologist, Australian Psychological Society. Private practice and extensive organisational services including airlines, drug rehabilitation centres, prisons. Received the Inaugural Goulding Award for Excellence in T.A. in 1988, was included in the International Who's Who in Medicine (2nd Ed). Platinum Member of the International Council of Professional Therapists and received a high commendation in the category of psychiatry for his book (Working with suicidal individuals) at the 2011 British Medical Association Book Awards.

Dr Sandra Wilson, Scotland - Professional Doctorate in Coaching Psychology, Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (Organisational), Director of The International Centre for Business Coaching, and Master Certified Coach: International Coaching Federation. Sandra's area of interest is the power and influence of the unconscious mind. She specialises in professional development for coaches and coach supervisors and runs accredited coach training programmes in Scotland and Slovakia.