Our popular series of practical training days...
Applied Topics in Transactional Analysis
Workshops for Continuing Professional Development, Autumn 2014
Once again we are offering our well-received series of training days in the practical applications of TA. We call the series “Applied Topics in Transactional Analysis”. In our programmes, these practical training days are highlighted by the symbol /ATTA\. These applied trainings are designed to be of immediate practical use to counsellors, therapists and other helping professionals working in the specific areas covered by the /ATTA\ trainings. Participants need not have previous specialised knowledge of TA (though the series will also be useful to those in TA training); the accent is on practice and application, not on theory.
Wed. 19 Nov 2014: "Parenting Workshop"
Presenter: Adrienne Lee BA MPracNLP TSTA(P)
What does it mean to be a "good parent"? How do we learn to do this for our own children or children in our care, as well as for ourselves and our own intrapsychic Child?
This workshop on TA and parenting is for professionals working with parents, children and families as well as for parents seeking greater understanding and skill. We will explore how to deal with and heal the primary wounds of abandonment, engulfment, hurt and non-relationship, and experience exercises in parenting using TA models and the Parenting Processes System devised by Adrienne. This describes the different roles and processes of Parenting so that deficits and negative processes can be identified and positive processes can be integrated. Parents can use this system to identify how to respond to and relate effectively with their children and enable them to develop healthy internal regulation. We will also explore the restorative aspects of parenting and the psychological need of the parent to reinforce or change their own childhood deficits in the process of parenting. Participants will be invited to share parenting experiences and get supervision and support for issues that need to be resolved.
Adrienne Lee is a Certified Transactional Analyst in the Psychotherapy field with over 30 years' clinical experience, accredited by the European Association for Transactional Analysis, UKCP registered psychotherapist, Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Time Line therapist, a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst and Co-Director of The Berne Institute. She focuses on Process Group Therapy and the integration of transpersonal and relational psychotherapy with traditional TA. In 2010, Adrienne was presented with the EATA Gold Medal, awarded for "outstanding services to TA in Europe". (III)
Fees: the fee for each workshop is £85 for "Berne" members and £95 for non-members (non-returnable deposit £30 in both cases).
Location: All our training events are held at Berne House, 29 Derby Road, Kegworth DE74 2EN. Kegworth is some ten miles south of Nottingham. Our training centre, Berne House, is on the main A6 through the village, one mile from Junction 24 on the M1. If you would like more detailed directions, please click here; for a list of local accommodation, please click here.
Accreditation: For TA trainees, each /ATTA\ training may each be logged as six hours' Advanced TA Training towards the hours totals set by EATA for the CTA examination. (For students enrolled on the MSc / PGCD course, module "Themes" are indicated by the number in italics after each workshop description). For qualified TA professionals, these workshops meet the criteria set by UKCP for Continuing Professional Development. A certificate of attendance will be provided on request.
Times: Unless otherwise stated, all /ATTA\ training days begin at 10 a.m. and end at 5 p.m., with normal breaks for lunch and refreshments. We provide light refreshments for breaks. Kegworth offers a wide range of restaurants, hotels and pubs for buying lunch.
Bookings and payment: To book a place on an /ATTA\ , please write or call: The Course Registrar, The Berne Institute, 29 Derby Road, Kegworth DE74 2EN (tel/fax 01509-673649). Alternatively, you can email us here>>. To confirm your place, please enclose the booking deposit with your booking, or send it to the Course Registrar as soon as possible if you book by phone, fax or email. The balance of the fee is payable on arrival. Please make cheques, etc., payable to “The Berne Institute”.
To join “The Berne”: Membership of The Berne Institute is open to all who have an interest in psychotherapy, counselling or related fields. To become a “Berne” member, please send the annual membership fee of £50 to the Course Registrar at the address above. Alternatively, you may become a member by paying this membership fee on arrival at any workshop (in which case you immediately become eligible for the reduced fee, as well as the other benefits of “Berne” membership).