Welcome to our website, whether you are already a valued member and part of our international community or just interested in learning more about transactional analysis and our organization. The ITAA was founded by Eric Berne and his colleagues in 1964, and we now have members on every continent and in 50 countries. TA training leads to certification exams in many parts of the world; our monthly newsletter, The Script, features people and events from around the world; our respected Transactional Analysis Journal (TAJ) is available in over 6800 libraries, universities, and learning institutions in over 20 countries, with an online archive going back to 1971; and we have recently begun establishing partnerships with national, regional, and specialist TA associations around the globe to celebrate the diversity of our TA community. United by our common appreciation of the theory and practice of TA in the fields of psychotherapy, education, counseling, and organizational development, we seek to grow and learn together. Berne developed TA to be effective and accessible to people with no psychological training, underpinned by the simple but profound phrase “I’m OK, You’re OK, We’re OK.” This vision of contributing to healing the world was what drew many of us to TA and continues to inspire us. In a world facing acute environmental, social, and political crises, it is a vision we, as a public benefit organization, are keen to share and act on. We thus hope to hear from you: If you are a member, your affirmations, questions, critiques, and ideas are important for keeping the ITAA energized and creative; if you are not yet a member, please consider joining us and becoming part of this unique community.
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* Sage changed platforms recently. ITAA members will continue to have access to the TAJ and the archive, but you will need to register and reactivate your account. To do this, go to: http://journals.sagepub.com/ . Click on “Societies,” then “Activate your membership subscription.” Now you need to register for an account. After you have registered, click on “My Tools,” then “My Account,” then “Society Member Access.” Select ITAA from the drop-down, enter your member ID number, then click on “Activate.” (You should receive a “Success” message.) If you do not know your member ID number, you can find it (1) by logging in to itaaworld.org (your number is just below your name and membership status on the left once you have logged in), (2) on the paper that comes inside the plastic wrapper with each TAJ (it’s the number at the end of the line above your name), or (3) by contacting Shelly Monroe at Shelly.Monroe@sagepub.com or Janet Chin at email@example.com .