All ANZTAA Board members provide their services and
expertise as a voluntary contribution. The organisation
does not have a paid operational leader. Minutes of Board
and AGM meetings are available to members once logged in.
As from the 2018 AGM our Board currently consists of the following people:
I am a CTA (Psychotherapy) and Registered Psychotherapist working in
private practice in the beautiful city of Dunedin. Serving on the ANZTAA Board is a
meaningful way for me to belong and contribute to our TA community in Aotearoa. It is
highly rewarding to be part of a group of diverse people who are well engaged, with
commitment to fulfilling the objectives of ANZTAA. The Board works collaboratively and
relationally, which is sometimes challenging, and always growthful!
Kia ora, Originally from the Netherlands I am now settled in New Zealand. I am
in private practice in Wellington and in the process of writing my CTA.
Transactional Analysis has given me a lot professionally and personally. I also
love numbers and belief in the principle of paying it forward. Being the
treasurer for ANZTAA makes this a win/win.
Kia ora. I am a PTSTA, and use TA and EMDR in private practice in Hawkes Bay. In
my experience, I have found the TA community, nationally and worldwide, to be a
place to belong and one in which I have grown professionally. I serve on the
Board as the secretary and find this is a way I have been able to give back to
the TA community.
Kia ora, I work in private practice in Wanaka, Central Otago. I work primarily
with children and parent-child dyads using TA and child-centered play therapy.
I have loved my journey in TA and meeting colleagues with the same focus. That's
why I am happy to serve on the board as the Communications contact and support
TA in Aotearoa NZ. I hope to meet up with more of you, and see familiar faces at future
conferences and residential trainings.
Ko Taranaki taku maunga
Ko Waitara taku awa
Ko Toku maru taku waka
Ko Owae taku marae
Ko Te Atiawa taku iwi
Ko Ngati Rahiri taku hapu
Ko Jemma Dymond (nee Ladbrook) taku ingoa.
Hi, I am in the process of writing my CTA exam. My connection to the TA
community is very enriching for me so serving on the board is my way of
contributing to it's growth and reach. I'm hoping to build more of a TA presence
in Taranaki by using it in my practice in the DHB.
I am a teaching and supervising Transactional Analyst in Wellington. I work in
the central city providing psychotherapy with individuals and couples.
Transactional Analysis is very important to me and being a member of the ANZTAA
is a great way to support Transactional Analysis in Aotearoa and I enjoy being
part of this community.