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Sat, 15 Jul

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2 days, Leeds £180

TA101 Introduction to Transactional Analysis

TA101, the official introduction to Transactional Analysis. Discover how we relate and communicate with others.

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TA101 Introduction to Transactional Analysis
TA101 Introduction to Transactional Analysis

Time & Location

15 Jul, 09:30 BST – 16 Jul, 16:30 BST

2 days, Leeds £180, Otley Rd, Leeds LS16 8AG, UK

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Course Summary

TA101 is the official 2 day Introduction to Transactional Analysis course. Transactional Analysis is a theory of personality and offers a range of models that can be used to understand communication and relationships.

Come and join us in an exciting journey of discovery where you will be introduced to the main concepts of TA, which will offer you a way of understanding yourself and others. 

The course will include concepts such as

  • Ego States - how come sometimes I feel like I'm a little kid again? or act like my Mum or Dad?
  • Psychological Games - how come I can feel the car crash coming in this conversation?
  • Life Scripts - how come I keep on repeating the same old mistakes?Transactions - what is going on in this dialogue?
  • Autonomy - hey - this way of relating feels great!

Following attendance of this course (min 12 hours) you will be awarded with an internationally recognised TA101 certificate, which is issued by UKATA. The course will be delivered by Andy Williams, TSTA, a UKATA Registered Trainer.

The course takes place over 2 days and starts at 9.30am and finishes at 4.30pm.

Reviews and Recommendations:

"I thoroughly enjoyed the 2 days, it was relaxed and informative and useful for my own self-development and for my coaching practice". MP.

"Excellent training in a very comfortable environment. Extremely interesting exercises which helped consolidate learning. Informative course material provided for all to keep. RW, Leeds.

"Great introduction to TA, theory and practical. Excellent training and facilitation process". MR.

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