Transactional Analysis introduction - TA101
Our TA101 Introduction to Transactional Analysis course is all about understanding yourself and others.
Recognised by UKATA and EATA, the course will introduce you to the theories of Transactional Analysis; a psychological model of personality and communication developed by Eric Berne for understanding how humans develop, behave, communicate and interact with each other. Once you understand how you behave in certain situations and why you can then make your interactions with others more pleasant. TA is all about taking control and the idea that you have the power to make positive changes to your own life.
What does the course cover?
The course covers the basic theories of Transactional Analysis and, in doing so, provides the answers to common psychological questions, such as:
- “Why do I act like my mum or dad? Or “Why do I feel like a little kid again?” (Ego states)
- “Do I sense the car crash coming in this conversation?” (Psychological games)
- “Why do I keep on making the same mistakes?” (Life scripts)
- “What is going on in this conversation?” (Transactions)
But that’s not all. View the official course content in full on the EATA website.
How long does the course take?
The course takes just 12 hours (2 days) to complete and is taught over one weekend meaning you can fit learning around your existing commitments.
How is the course delivered?
We limit the number of places on the TA101 course to make sure every attendee gets the most out of the course. Our small group sizes mean you get personalised support from your tutors and lots of time for discussion with others, individual feedback and personal reflection. The TA101 course is practical and interactive, enabling you to put what you are learning straight into practice.
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Andy Williams TSTA(P), MA, MSc, BACP Snr Accred, BABCP Accred, UKCP Andy is Director of Training at TA Training Organisation and is highly experienced as a psychotherapist, trainer and clinical supervisor. His values include integrity and potent kindness, and his philosophy of training is to support learners in a process of developing freedom