Foundation certificate in transactional analysis (TA)

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Ongoing
Counsellors and trainees
£2100 - full-year training fee
Goldney House, 59 Rounceval Street, Chipping Sodbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS37 6AS

TA is designed to promote personal growth and change. It is considered a fundamental therapy for well-being and for helping individuals to reach their full potential in all aspects of life. Study the main theories of TA in this experiential one-year, part-time course.

It can be applied to counselling, education, organisation, psychotherapy, and other interpersonal fields within the helping professions.

The course follows an internationally standardised syllabus and with successful completion of the foundation year, you will be awarded an internationally recognised certificate qualification. A pre-requisite of joining the course is to complete a two-day TA101 - introduction to transactional analysis.

We look forward to welcoming you to our training room in the warm, inviting space at Goldney House, Chipping Sodbury on the outskirts of Bristol.

Commencing January 2023.

Find out more and how to apply at thewyvern.org.uk.

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Hosted by Neil Keenan

This one-year part-time course will be led by Neil Keenan, a Certified Transactional Analyst psychotherapist. Neil is the Training Director at The Wyvern Institute of Psychotherapy and Counselling in Gloucestershire, and his work in the specialist field of psychotherapy for autistic clients has been reported in the national press.

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