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Thursday the 9th of July
 Thursday the 9th of July
9:00
Welcome to the delegates by Marco Mazzetti, President of the EATA, and the
Presidents of the seven Italian TA associations.
9.30 - 11.00
Keynote Speech: Scientific Validation of TA theory - Theory construction and
scientific recognition of basic concepts. (Prof. John McLeod) General
dissertation introducing the theme about the validation of a theory, the importance
of basic concepts constructions and what is needed to make them testable. A metareflection on theory constructions and the lack of empirical validation of the basic
concepts.
11.30 - 13.00
Workshops (90’) and Presentations (30’) in parallel sessions
1. Coaching
and
counseling:
connections
and
differences.
Marina Farina and Emilia Maria De
Micheli.
2. Learning outcomes in a strokes
village. Cesare Fregola.
3. Team agility. Sari Van Poelje.
4. A research model of ego states.
Stefan Sandstrom.
5. CTA
Written
Exam
the
opportunity and doorway for ongoing: research, TA professional
practice
and
pedagogical
development and research based
learning decision making. Lacy
Mandy and Mark Widdowson.
6. The Scientific Practitioner - the
mutually beneficial process of
research and practical work.
Roland Johnsson.
7. Dialogue
on
Transactional
Analysis procedures and active
ingredients. Maria Teresa Tosi.
8. Promoting and sustaining the
family resilience: an actionresearch. Evita Cassoni and
Camillo Regalia.
9. TA research on a systemic
background. Gunther Mohr.
10. Alcoholic Script Diversity – Various
Forms of Suicidal and Non-suicidal
Self-destructiveness.
Dmitri
I.
Shustov and others.
11. The concept of integration: SocialCognitive Transactional Analysis
and interpersonal Neurobiology.
Daniela Viale, Davide De Villa,
Elisabetta Loi and Maria Carla
Montixi.
12. The bilateral nature of game(s):
where protocol communicative
projective identification processes
meet. Raffaella Leone Guglielmotti
and Federica Guglielmotti.
13. The
reign
and
the
exile:
Narcissism and transference in
psychotherapy.
Francesca
Vignozzi.
14. Exploration of personality and the
role of psychotherapy training.
Andrea Marconcini, and A.E.
Tangolo.
14:30- 16:00
Round Table “Creating a network: Transactional Analysis in Universities”.
Led by Maria Teresa Tosi, with Mark Widdowson (P), Henning Schulze (O), Cesare
Fregola (E), Enrico Benelli (P), Carla de Nitto (P), Kristina Brajovic Car (C).
Workshops (90’ or 120’) and Panel (120’) in parallel sessions
1. Conflicts and impasses. Elyane
Alleysson.
2. Preventing
emotional
and
psychological
disorders
in
Developmental Dyslexia: a key
understanding and intervention
with Social-Cognitive Transactional
Analysis. Giovannella Errigo.
3. How to work relationally with a
couple within a structured frame
and launching research on the
effectiveness of TA couples work.
Jennie Miller.
4. The development of the redecision
therapy. Caradonna Castrenza.
5. Dia-gnosis:
a
research
and
knowledge path "between two".
Maurizio Martucci.
6. Paths of Transactional Analysis
and Art-Therapy. Maria Jacomini
and Mario Augusto Procacci.
7. From the limits of the structure to
the natural states of mind: from the
‘puppet’ to the spontaneity of
being. Antonio Ferrara.
8. Practical Application of TA Theory
Using Functional Fluency in
Organizational Development –
Making Teamwork work. Anette
Dielmann.
9. Beyond the limit of research. Anne
De Graaf, Henk Tigchelaar, Matti
Sannen and Marian Timmermans.
10. TA and epistemology: Adult
revisited- what science teaches us
about reality and free will. Olivier
Montadat.
11. Codependency:
A
Transgenerational
Script.
Gloria
Noriega.
12. TA and intensive short term
dynamic
psychotherapy:
integration
of
models
and
comparison of techniques through
psychotherapy
videos.
Marco
Sambin and Francesco Scottà.
13. Research and practice of a TAbased inpatient program for
patients with personality disorders.
Moniek Thunnissen and Pierre
Sebregts.
14. For the love of food: Personal
stories and cultural influences.
Promoting
body-mind
health
through witnesses and interpreters
of their own history. Iolanda
Angelucci and Valentina Adorno.
15. Panel: Social Cognitive TA
(Researching
in
the
TA
Community. Maria Teresa Tosi
and
others;
Towards
an
operational
definition
of
TA
concepts in relational terms: a
trans theoretical resource for
research, theory and practice.
Davide Ceridono; TA treatment in
a clinic center: heart rate variability
as outcome measure related to
ego state profile. Laura Bastianelli
and Silvia Tauriello; The outcome
of TA psychotherapy in training
clinics according to the SCTA
model: pre to post change and six
month follow-up in self ego states
and in CORE-OM measures.
Davide Ceridono and others).
Friday the 10th of July
9.00 - 9.30
Presentations (30’) in parallel sessions
1. Relationship among personality
characteristics, ego states and
perception of utility of Cooperative
Learning (CL) in primary and
secondary teachers involved in a
Cooperative
Learning
(CL)
training. An exploratory study.
Claudia Matini and Daniela Pavan.
2. Impasse
and
organizational
scripts: a research hypothesis for
the organizations. Luca Fornari
and Giulia Bussi.
3. Relationship between ego states
and psychopathology disease.
Antonella Buccione and others.
4. “Decontamination
during
Emergency”:
a
Transactional
Analysis perspective on a fieldwork
with EMDR (Eye Movement
Desensitization and Reprocessing)
after
earthquake.
Francesca
Giordano.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
“Alien in my body”: an agonizing
integration path between sexual
identity and gender identity. Anna
Santa Settanni.
The
interrupted
words:
communicating through psychotic
language. An experience. Orlando
Granati.
QCA (Qualitative Comparative
Analysis) as a new research
method for TA. Gunther Mohr.
The script of Jewish Culture and
trans-generational transmission of
traumatic experiences. Simona
Spagnolo.
A Soul in the Research: an EATA
research
project
for
practitioner/researcher
Transactional Analysts. Cristina
Piccirillo and Salvatore Ventriglia.
9.30 - 11.00
Keynote Speech: Scientific Validation of TA theory - How can basic TA
concepts be empirically validated to reach scientific recognition?
(Prof. Omar Gelo) Dissertation about the research work to support the validation of a
theory.
11.30 - 13.00
Workshops (90’) and Presentations (30’) in parallel sessions
1. Transactional
Analysis’s
counselling in a horticultural
therapy’s setting with children have
evolutive
disharmony
and
difficulties in
social relations.
Stefania Chisari and Gaetano
Vecchio.
2. “Who is really in the room!” comparing some research done on
what mediators in Restorative
Justice do and how that could be
explained in TA terms. Eleonore
Lind.
3. Cultural competence - concepts for
leading change. Lynda Tongue.
4. Trans-Disciplinary teams making
sense of technology that is
changing the traditional way of
doing things - a transactional
analysis perspective. Lacy Mandy.
5. INTO TA. Anne De Graaf, William
Cornell, Monik Thunnissen and
Trudi Newton.
6. When Spirit Comes to Mind:
Fundamentals for Advancing TA
Theory
and
“Research”
on
Spirituality
and
Religious
Psychopathology.
Zefiro
Mellacqua.
7. Beyond case formulation: therapist
and client, co-protagonists of a
common scenario in the therapy
room. Carla de Nitto and Susanna
Bianchini.
8. Dialoging with the Hidden pole: a
proposal for a new representation
of impasse. Sonia Gerosa.
9. Dependence and co-dependent
relationships. Antonella Fornaro
and Sylvie Rossi.
---------------------------------------------10. Hermeneutic single-case efficacy
design for treatment of depression
in adolescents: The I.T.A.C.A.’s
model. Maria Spinelli, Cristina
Capoferri and Stefano Morena.
11. TA Treatment of Depression: an
outcome-oriented
case
study
research – Penelope. Enrico
Benelli and Francesco Scottà.
12. TA Treatment of Depression: an
outcome-oriented
case
study
research
–
Luisa.
Desiree
Boschetti.
13.
14:30-18.30
Round Table led by William Cornell “Emergent Theory: The
ongoing evolution of TA theory”. With Maria Luisa De Luca (P), Giles Barrow (E),
Sabine Klingenberg (O), Sylvie Monin (C).
Workshops (90’-120’) and Panel (120’) in parallel sessions
1. What vote from me? Training
programs that stimulate personal
grow. Ariela Casartelli and Andrea
Nespoli.
2. Think about the mind: the
relationship as path repairer of
traumatic
experiences
in
Borderline Personality Disorder.
Federica Panella, Giuseppe Cherri
and Beatrice Piermartini.
3. The predictive effect of injunctions
on personality disorders in a group
of outpatients (with References).
Giuseppe Crea.
4. The
use
of
humor
in
psychotherapy: the work with the
transactional
analysis.
Erika
Cardeti and Anna Livia Seriani.
5. The “Way walk” as "setting of the
helping relationship." TA in action
in a new context. Luca Ansini and
Antonella Loreti.
6. Paradoxical alliances: a research
on an efficient tool for curing
anxiety attacks and some phobias.
Bernard Gentelet.
-------------------------------------------------------7. Counseling process in action:
trilateral vision of counseling
process based on interconnection
between counselor’s interventions
and client’s intrapsychic process
and outcomes. Milly (Emilia Maria)
De Micheli and Vittorio Soana.
8. The prevention of sexual abuse by
a TA key. Simona Ramella Paia
and Alessandra Braga.
9. Organizational culture, roles and
cooperation. Ugo Danilo De
Ambrogio and Ariela Casartelli.
10. Playback Theatre: a dynamic tool
in supervision. Emanuela Lo Re
and Daniela Cristofori.
11. From
Psychoanalysis
to
transactional analysis: a theory
evolution by games. Massimo
Gaudieri.
12. Safety system: an activation
protocol for ego states linked to
integration
and
well-being.
Annarita Onnis, Laura Bastianelli
and others.
13. Hoarding Syndrome: Theoretical
perspectives, clinical interventions
and research. Antonella Liverano
and others.
14. The treasures and tragedies of
script protocol: The non-conscious
foundations of one’s personality.
Alessandra Pierini and William
Cornell.
15. The development of script (in
DSM-5
terms:
personality
disorders) illustrated with filmfragments. Moniek Thunnissen.
16. Panel: HSCED (TA treatment of
depression: three case study
research- Liliana, MD, BIA. Giorgio
Cristiano Cavallero and others; TA
treatment of depression: an
outcome – oriented case study
research- the SIMPAT case.
Roberta Musso and Sara Filanti;
TA treatment of depression in
adolescence: an outcome –
oriented case study research –
fireworks between clinic and
research.
Maddalena
Bergamaschi, TA treatment of
depression: an outcome – oriented
case
study
researchSara.
Barbara Revello and Cristina
Piccirillo).
Saturday the 11th of July
9.00 - 13.00
Workshops (120’ - 90’) and Panels in parallel sessions
1. Workshop led by John McLeod
2. How do we demonstrate TA
psychotherapy
practice
in
effectiveness research. Exploration
of an adherence questionnaire in
relational
TA
psychotherapy. Biljana van Rijn.
3. Learning and training in TA:
Positive practice through Learning
Imagoes Theory and SocialCognitive Transactional Analysis.
Rosanna Giacometto and Trudi
Newton.
4. Application of Redecision therapy
in executive coaching workshops:
Part 1 – Description of the
workshop. Mil Rosseau and Mark
Widdowson.
5. Redecision
in
Transactional
Analysis and EMDR: toward a
possible integration. Maria Luisa
De Luca, Raffaele Mastromarino,
Cinzia
Messana
and
Mara
Scoliere.
6. Redecision process and states of
consciousness:
multidisciplinary
connections and methodological
developments in T.A. according to
the bio-psycho-social-existential.
Silvia Attanasio Romanini, Paolo
Maggio and Raffaella Sasso.
7. Developing resilience in critical
incidents:
a
theoretical
and
practical
approach.
Stefano
Iapichino, Nadia Fratter and Iris
Anfuso.
8. Working on Dreams in clinical
practice: analytic psychodrama
dances
with
Transactional
Analysis. Lilia Marsala and Aurora
Mineo.
9. Biographical Writing and TA. Heike
Anna Koch.
10. Interview to Wilma Bucci, led by
William Cornell
-------------------------------------------------------11. Application of Redecision therapy
in executive coaching workshops:
part 2- A qualitative exploration of
partecipant’s
changes.
Mil
Rosseau and Mark Widdowson.
12. TA supervision: new ideas and
quality control of the process.
Daniela Allamandri and Mario
Augusto Procacci.
13. New prospects in attachment
theory and its correlations with
T.A. and with Integrative T.A..
Maria Assunta Giusti.
14. Borderline
Personality
and
Trauma:
An
integrated
intervention. TA, EMDR, Affect
regulation and Neurosciences:
presentation
clinical
case.
Antonella
Liverano,
Cristiana
Zedda and Tiziana Aceti.
15. “Home is where we start from”
Psychotherapy with children as a
context for understanding and
researching places of origin. Cinzia
Chiesa.
16. Redecision Therapy: reflections on
its
effectiveness
from
the
perspective of
Neuroscience.
Silvia Barrera and Daniela Di
Legge.
17. Book presentation: Il copione
della codipendenza nella relazione
di coppia. Gloria Noriega e
Antonella Fornaro.
18. Book presentation: Teaching
Dictionary
of
Transactional
Analysis. Michele Novellino and
others.
14.30 - 15.30
Presentations (30’) in parallel sessions
1. T.A. Career guide for high school
students: discovering strengths,
overcoming limits. Nadia Sansone.
2. Using the Transactional Analysis
(TA) model to improve teacher
student
relationship
during
debriefing sessions. Alessandro
Barelli, Maria Grazia Bocci and
Gloria Palmintieri.
3. The organizational script: from
Rosa Kraus’s model to a set of
qualitative
and
quantitative
indicators to track business
change. A case study from a
service
company.
Vanessa
Paparelli.
4. The 3D Influence: a Leadership
model. Antonella Severino, Cecilia
Achilli and Silvia Li Puma.
5. Parental reaction to son/daughter
coming out. Alessandro Coraci,
Raffaella Leone Guglielmotti and
Mara Morelli.
6. An action research project aimed
at raising social consciousness
amongst
women
attending
transactional
analysis
group
psychotherapy in Brazil. Jane
Costa.
7. Quality
Assurance
in
psychotherapy training. Giorgio
Cristiano Cavallero.
8. Perception of self and ego states.
Alessandro
Roccia,
Giuseppe
Crea, Annalisa Mantovan and
Pamela Palazzolo.
9. States (United) of Ego: The subject
between States democracy and
Ego-cracy. Emilio Riccioli and Rita
Inglese.
10. Group imago and dreamwork in
group therapy. Anna Emanuela
Tangolo and Silvia Rosa.
11. Psycho-Oncology
and
Transactional Analysis compared:
some
reflections.
Barbara
Esperide and Silvia Miandro.
12. The script as perfect future: an old
age for a new prospective.
Provvidenza Pistritto and others.
13. Evaluating
the
Psychometric
Properties of The Ego-State
Questionnaire Revised in Italian
context. Giuseppe Crea, Fiorenzo
Laghi, Giovanni Greco and Giorgio
Cristiano Cavallero.
14. Work with - in - through the body:
transforming
physicality
into
bodiliness, the sign in symbol.
Ideas to rethink the Child Ego
States. Rita Inglese and Emilio
Riccioli.
15. The predictive effect of injunctions
on personality disorders in a group
of outpatients. Giuseppe Crea.
16. Another Kind of Evidence: The
place of Subjectivity in Human
Science. William Cornell.
17. Thinking of somatic illness: a
theoretical approach to impasse
theory. Paola Maria Tenconi.
18. Ego States and injunctions/drivers:
a study using ESPERO and ESQR. Sara Foschi and others.
Posters (60’)
Report on EATA Survey results. Kristina
Brajovic Car and others.
The "grief & Growth therapy" in a
transactional analysis framework: the
results of a preliminary study. Maria Luisa
De Luca and others.
Systematic collection of data in training
clinics according to the SCTA model: a
data base for TA psychotherapy research
and a resource for clinic and training.
Silvia Tauriello and others.
Single-case study research methodology:
a description of setting, processes and
results from the analysis of a clinical case
according to the Social-Cognitive. Paola
Cimellaro and others.
SCTA and addiction: comparison between
Self Ego States profiles of a sample of
patients
with
Alcoholism,
Internet
Addiction and Eating Disorders. Massimo
Vasale and others.
Early relationships and microtrauma: an
empirical research in view of Social
Cognitive Transactional Analysis. Letizia
Vibi.
A pre-to-post study in a psychoeducational group of carers of patients
with dementia. Anna Laura Cadeddu and
Daniela Viale.
15:30– 17:00
Susanna Ligabue for the Scientific Committe leads the plenary session: “Time for
sharing our findings for the 4 fields: how Theory and Research can strengthen
each other”
17.00 – 17.30
Conclusion and goodbyes with Alessandra Pierini and Laura Bastianelli