Introduction to Transactional Analysis TA101
Our TA101 Introduction to Transactional Analysis 2 day course is all about understanding yourself and others.
Recognised by UKATA and EATA, the course will introduce you to the theories of Transactional Analysis; a psychological model of personality and communication developed by Eric Berne for understanding how humans develop, behave, communicate and interact with each other. Once you understand how you behave in certain situations and why, you can then make your interactions with others more pleasant and effective. TA is all about taking control and the idea that you have the power to make positive changes to your own life.
2 & 3 March 2024, 9.30am - 4.30pm Leeds
The course covers the basic theories of Transactional Analysis and, in doing so, provides the answers to common psychological questions, such as:
“Why do I act like my mum or dad? Or “Why do I feel like a little kid again?” (Ego states)
“Do I sense the car crash coming in this conversation?” (Psychological games)
“Why do I keep on making the same mistakes?” (Life scripts)
“What is going on in this conversation?” (Transactions)
But that’s not all. View the official course content in full on the on the EATA website.
The course takes just 12 hours (2 days) to complete and is taught over one weekend meaning you can fit learning around your existing commitments.
We limit the number places on the TA101 course to make sure every attendee gets the most out of the course. Our small group sizes mean you get personalised support from your tutors and lots of time for discussion with others, individual feedback and personal reflection. The TA101 course is practical and interactive, enabling you to put what you are learning straight into practice.
With our face to face TA101 course, you won’t be stuck in a classroom staring at a whiteboard all weekend. We teach the course at the Mercure Leeds Parkway Hotel in North West Leeds – a warm, informal setting in beautiful parkland. It has plenty of parking and is on main bus routes from Leeds.
There are no entry requirements for this course. Our TA101 is open to all and everybody can understand its theories. You don’t have to be academic to enjoy our course; it is practical and designed to provide you with skills you can immediately apply to the world around you. As long as you have an interest in developing yourself and learning about human interactions, this course is for you.
What do I get from the course?
The TA101 Certificate is an internationally recognised qualification and is a pre-requisite for further training in Transactional Analysis.
About the trainer
Andy Williams TSTA(P)
Andy is not only a very experienced TA trainer but, as a practicing psychotherapist, he still uses TA theory daily with his clients. With years of practical experience, you can be confident your trainer knows what he is talking about. You can also be confident that his TA knowledge is as relevant and up-to-date as it gets. He has been delivering short courses for counsellors and psychotherapists for many years.
"Wonderful session, useful for both my business and future personal relationships. Thank you." RB
“I would highly recommend this course, in terms of both personal and professional development. One of the most beneficial courses I have attended.” LE
“Excellent facilities. Andy is an engaging and responsive presenter, generous with his knowledge and experience. The training was informative, useful and fun.” Jenny S