Workshops Hertford (2 days):
15-16 February 2020
(Day 1 - 1000-1700, Day 2 - 0930-1630 UK time)
Webinars (2 x 6hr sessions):
18-19 April 2020
day 0900-1600 UK time)
international * interactive * internet
click here for our leaflet about our TA101 webinars
Do you want to:
Although TA was originally devised with a focus on pathology and therapy, this programme will demonstrate how a positive psychology approach changes the theories into potent models for development as well as cure.
This programme is open to anyone who is interested in understanding human behaviour.
It is just as relevant for personal as for professional development.
will include well-known TA concepts such as:
Games people play; positive and negative strokes and warm fuzzies; I’m OK, You’re OK; Parent, Adult, Child; Little Professor - plus, to quote TA jargon, transactional analysis philosophy and practices; structural and
functional ego states; transactions; time structuring; scripts versus autonomy; drivers versus working styles; and cycles of development
Each workshop will be led by
Julie Hay, who is internationally accredited in all fields of TA application (TSTA COPE), has over 40 years experience as an 'ordinary
employee', supervisor, staff representative, manager, trainer and consultant, in industry, local government and the public sector. She is also a psychotherapist ((general public, high security prisons), has been
coaching since long before it became fashionable, and provides supervision to helping professionals. Julie has been teaching TA around the world for over 25 years (43 counties so far) and is the
author of many publications about TA.
Julie's courses are highly regarded, very practical, and fun to be at.
The '101' label is borrowed from the US educational system to indicate a beginner's course and is the customary way of referring to the internationally approved introduction to transactional analysis.
Run only by
internationally qualified trainers, to an agreed syllabus, this course covers the whole range of TA concepts, including well-known ones such as Parent, Adult and Child (PAC), different strokes for different folks, games
people play, life scripts, and so on – and less well-known ones such as characteristic working styles, dependency relationships, stages of child development, and lots more.
Over the course of 12 hours, you will
learn about the various elements of transactional analysis and how they can help you understand yourself, other people, and the dynamics that occur in couples, groups, families, teams, classrooms, and organisations.
analysis is widely used in psychotherapy, counselling, organisational consulting, teaching and training, coaching, team building - and can be applied to management and leadership, customer service, social work, parenting
skills – and just about anything that involves people interacting with each other.
If you want to know more, just email us using our
Or why not go ahead and book a free session to talk to Julie at:
We're always happy to talk through options with you and discuss your training needs
If you're ready to book,click here to go to the booking page
12 hours - Done as:
2 day workshop,
2 x 6 hour webinars
Workshops in Hertford UK,
and sometimes in other countries,
via our international webinars
(also sometimes with an interpreter)
Workshops in Hertford (2 days) :
15-16 February 2020
(Day 1 1000-1700, Day 2 0930-1630 UK time)
x 6hr sessions):
18-19 April 2020
(each webinar 0900-1600 UK time)
If current dates don't work for you -
Contact Us - we will add you to our waitlist to tell you when new dates are arranged, or discuss how you might cover the syllabus on other programmes we run.
There is also an option to take a
TA 101 'exam' (if you really can't attend a workshop or webinar) - buy our workbook and audio recordings and complete the test at the end for Julie Hay to assess
TA 101 Course Leaflet
If you're ready to book a TA 101 workshop or webinar,click here to go to the booking page
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