TA 101 – The Official Introduction to Transactional Analysis

Understanding You, Me and Us


27th & 28th October, 2012 – Leeds


Course leader: Helen Rowland, in conjunction with Physis training, Leeds


– Are you interested in becoming a Transactional Analysis Counsellor or Pyschotherapist?

 – Are you already a qualified counsellor and interested in developing your skills in the theory and methodology of Transactional Analysis?

 – Do you work in the caring professions, education or organisational development and want to find out more about how TA can help you in your work?

Transactional Analysis (TA) is an accessible model of the personality that allows us to develop a deep understanding of human behaviour, relationships and communication. Because TA uses simple language and models to explain complex behaviours it remains the psychological model of choice for many people who work in development, training, education and the caring professions as well as for counsellors and psychotherapists.

Who is this course for? This two-day course is the official introduction for those who wish to train as a TA Counsellor or Psychotherapist or become a Transactional Analyst specialising in Education or Organisational work. The course is accredited by the ITA and the certificate is internationally recognised as the official introduction to Transactional Analysis.  The course is useful as a stand-alone qualification for anyone who works in the caring professions, education, training, teaching, organisational development or management. For those who are simply interested in their own personal growth it is an opportunity to explore your own and others’ behaviour in the safety of a training environment.

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