Join TIATA as a New Member

If you want to join TIATA for the first time you have to apply for membership.

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TIATA membership is open to anyone with an interest in Transactional Analysis on the Island of Ireland. If you would like to join TIATA for the first time you need to apply for membership. If you wish you can also pay your EATA membership fee via TIATA. 

TIATA is not an accrediting professional body, and we do not have a Code of Ethics or Complaints procedure. All practising members are expected to be members of an accrediting body such as UKATA, EATA, ITAA, IAHIP or IACP etc. 

TIATA promotes Irish issues at a national and international level with relevant professional bodies. 

Membership Benefits
  • Free In Person Events – TIATA holds two 1-day events every year in person in Dublin in April and September. Members get free entry to these Spring and Autumn events. 
  • Free Online Events – In addition, TIATA holds four online meet-ups for 2 hours on the 2nd Sunday of Jan, Feb, May and June.
  • Practitioner Directory – All “Qualified Members” are offered the opportunity to be included in our Practitioner Directory.
  • Member Directory – All members are offered the opportunity to be included in our Members Directory.
  • Quarterly Newsletter – so you can stay up to date with what is happening in the global world of TA and TA in Ireland – this is issued to all members via email in March, June, September & December. 
  • Members Area – a dedicated area where we store member resources, event recordings and other relevant information.
  • Networking – The opportunity to make new connections personally and professionally.
  • Social Events – We aim to facilitate the opportunity for two social events each year, one during the summer and one at Christmas.
  • AGM – all members are welcome to attend our annual general meeting which is held on the 2nd Sunday of November each year.
How much should I pay?

Your TIATA membership fee depends on your qualifications and level of training, you can also join as a supporting member if you wish to have non-professional membership.. There may be some administrative fees for certain types of payments. A breakdown of what you pay is provided.

Membership Fees 2023-24
Category Fee
Qualified Member (TA Diploma or above) €50
Trainee Member / Retired Member €40
Supporting Member €30
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Members are notified of renewals via email at the end of November each year – these are due for payment by December 31st

Please note that after 1st January there may be a late payment fee of 15euro applied for membership renewals.