With Julie Hay TSTA COPE (Counselling, Organisational, Psychotherapy, Educational)
Several people have asked me to run some group supervisions, to include micro-teaches, theoretical discussions, and so on as appropriate. I am therefore going to experiment during 2019-2020 with the Read more
Julie Hay and Lynda Tongue have just run the TA 909 Summer School 2018 in Hertford Read more
in February the topic for the workshops and webinars will be Process Skills. This will include aspects such as supervision as well as how we reflect on our own practice.
Below are some questions that I will be inviting Read more
This is my third blog based on the monthly workshops and international webinars that I run – it will be ‘Organisations & Institutions in January.
A criticism sometimes levelled at transactional analysts is that they are out of touch Read more
This is my second blog based on the monthly workshops and international webinars that I run – it will be ‘Group Processes’ in December. In addition to imagoes (in a lot more detail than below 😉) I will Read more
ICDTA (under the auspices of ICTAQ) have recently issued their first Certificate in Developmental Transactional Analysis.
We are delighted to announce that Psychological Intelligence Foundation student awarded first ICDTA Certificate.
This is the equivalent of achieving 25% Read more
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