Understanding Self and Others: An Introduction to Transactional Analysis ("Official TA 101")
• Thurs.-Fri. 25-26 July
(Presenter: Adrienne Lee)
• Weekend 28-29 Sept.
(Presenter: Adrienne Lee)
• Weekend 30 Nov.- 1 Dec.
(Presenter: Ian Stewart)
Transactional Analysis (TA) is a model for understanding human behaviour, communication and relationships. It was originally developed in the 1950s by the late Eric Berne, MD. This introductory course will examine the theory of TA, including the structure of personality; transactions, or the way we relate to others; time structuring; the psychological "games" we play; and life scripts. Members of the course will have the opportunity to apply the theory to their own behaviour and the behaviour of others in the group.
Who should attend? This "TA 101" course will be particularly useful to you if you work in the helping professions, or in management, communications or teaching. It will also be helpful to you if you are interested in understanding more fully your relationships with others.
Recognition This course - the "official TA 101" - is recognised by the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA) and the European Association for Transactional Analysis (EATA) as their standard approved introduction to TA. Completion of the course affords you the "TA 101" certificate, a necessary requirement if you should later wish to enter accredited training as a TA practitioner.
About the presenters:
Adrienne Lee BA is Co-Director of The Berne Institute. She is accredited by the European and International TA Associations as a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst. She is also a Master Practitioner in NLP. Adrienne is a Founder Member and past Chair of the UK's Institute of Transactional Analysis. She is past President of the European Association of TA (EATA) and is on EATA's Commission of Certification and the Professional Training and Standards Committee.
Ian Stewart BA(Oxon) PhD is Co-Director of The Berne Institute. He is accredited by ITAA/EATA as a Clinical Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst. He is also a Master Practitioner and Licensed Training Specialist in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). Ian is co-author of TA Today, the world-standard basic text on TA, and of Personality Adaptations (2002). He is also author of TA Counselling in Action (3rd edition, 2007), Eric Berne (1992) and Developing TA Counselling (1996). He has presented TA trainings worldwide.
Dates and times The "TA 101" course lasts for two days. Dates of coming courses are shown above. The course will run from 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. each day. There are the normal breaks for lunch and refreshments.
Venue The course will be held in The Berne Institute, Berne House, 29 Derby Road, Kegworth DE74 2EN. Berne House is located some ten miles south of Nottingham, and just one mile from Junction 24 on the M1. We shall send you full joining instructions, with lists of local accommodation if you wish, when we confirm your booking.
Fee May and July workshops: the full fee for the "TA 101" course is £130 for Berne Institute members and £150 for non-members. September and Nov.-Dec. workshops: the full fee is £150 for "Berne" members, £170 for non-members. Please send a booking deposit of £30 (May and July workshops) or £50 (Sept. and Nov. workshops) along with a completed booking form, to secure your place. (Alternatively, you may call, write or email the Course Registrar at "The Berne"; if booking by phone or email, please send the appropriate deposit by post to secure your place). The balance of the fee is payable on arrival. Please make cheques, etc., out to "The Berne Institute". Note: if you wish, you may take out "Berne" membership on arrival and pay the reduced fee. Annual membership costs £50, and entitles you to reduced fees on many other events and workshops.
We look forward to seeing you at the "TA 101"!