Psychology training (TA101: transactional analysis)
T.A. 101 : Introduction to Transactional Analysis
This training is a stand-alone course which covers the required syllabus for initial T.A. training. It can be counted as 12 hours' CPD.
No prior knowledge is required.
The training includes real-life examples and simple group exercises, but participants do not need to disclose any private information: it is not a therapy group. Training will include theory, discussion, question-and-answer sessions, questionnaires and activities.
Participants will learn how to use transactional analysis to understand, describe and address issues such as:
- Core beliefs.
- Causes of low self-esteem and improving self-esteem.
- Relational styles.
- Understanding feelings, and dealing with overwhelming feelings.
- Communication skills.
- Psychological hungers.
- Repetitive patterns of destructive behaviour.
The training venue offers ample free car-parking, and the use of a kitchen so that participants can bring a packed lunch or prepare a simple meal on site. Tea and coffee is provided and there is wheelchair access. A small area outside is available for smokers.
The training will be informal and relaxed: please feel free to wear your joggers and slippers. We will break for tea/coffee periodically, and for lunch.
All participants who complete the course will be eligible to receive the internationally-recognises TA101 certificate (awarded by UKATA).
The cost is £120 per person. I offer 1/3 discount (i.e. cost is £90) for trainees or anyone who would find the full fee difficult, and I also offer the discount for multiple bookings: book two or more places for £90 per place. I appreciate £20 deposit per place to secure your booking(s).
Payment can be spread over four instalments: please contact me if you’d like further information.
About Dena Darling
I am a Certified Transactional Analyst and a member of the United Kingdom Association for Transactional Analysis (U.K.A.T.A.). I have a Diploma in Transactional Analysis Counselling and a Masters Degree in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy. I’m registered with United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (U.K.C.P.).