Free Evening Seminars, Spring 2015
Our seminars are free of charge both to "Berne" members and to non-members. In each seminar, the presenter(s) share their new thinking about a topic in transactional analysis or a closely related field. There is plenty of time for discussion, questions, and the interchange and generation of ideas.
All the seminars will be on Saturday evenings.You are invited to arrive at 7 p.m. for a drink and snack before the seminar (bring food to share, if you wish: “The Berne” provides light refreshments with wine and soft drinks). The seminar presentation itself runs from 7.30 – 9.00 p.m.
7 Mar.: "I'm Worried About My Cat" Kerri Warner MSc DipCouns STA(P) We will explore the feelings of anxiety and fear and focus on how to work with children who are anxious and afraid. (Please note: the date of Kerri's seminar was earlier given on this web page as "10 March". The correct date is 7 March.)
18 Apr.: "TA and the Unknown" John Monk-Steel RMN RGN TSTA(P) We will explore the non-rational dimensions of human experience and discuss how this informs our work in Transactional Analysis.
23 May: "Technology and TA" Will Roberts MSc PTSTA(P) What are the implications of using the social media as a vehicle for TA psychotherapy? We will discuss recent research into using the Internet, telephone and Skype for psychotherapy and counselling.
The seminars are held at our training centre, Berne House, situated in the village of Kegworth, about ten miles south of Nottingham and just one mile from Junction 24 on the M1. Berne House is No.29 on Derby Road, which is the main A6 through Kegworth. We have our own off-road parking space. If you would like more detailed directions to the seminars, please call us.
For any further information about seminars or other "Berne" activities, please contact: The Course Registrar, The Berne Institute, Berne House, 29 Derby Road, Kegworth DE74 2EN. Tel/fax: 01509 673649; or email us here >>.