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Analysing Transcripts of Client Work: Using TA Principles 
Online Workshop

This workshop explores how to analyse a transcript of your work with clients - and apply TA principles to your work. We will be looking at show to prepare a transcript, front sheets and how to structure your analysis.

Magnifying glasses to illustrate analysis

9 April 2024     5.00pm - 7.00pm    Online

Course Information

Course content

Analysis of a client transcript involves extracting meaningful insights, identifying patterns, and drawing conclusions based on the content.

You may not have come across this before but don't worry, like any other skill, it can be learned and developed.

 

Putting the recording of your work into a transcript is just the first stage. This workshop will give you confidence in 

  • knowing how to choose a piece of client work

  • preparing a transcript

  • knowing how to prepare a front sheet

  • what to include in the front sheet

  • structuring your analysis 

  • knowing how to analyse the work

  • understanding what the markers/examiners are looking for

We'll be using case study examples to explore transcript analysis in an applied way and using TA principles.

Learning Outcomes

The key outcomes from the workshop are:

  • Developing the confidence to analyse the transcript of your work

  • Understanding what needs to be included for this work

  • Strengthening professional knowledge and identity

  • Confidence when preparing for transcript assignments or professional exams.

Who is this workshop for?

The course is aimed at practitioners, trainees or students who are looking to complete a transcript assignments, preparing for CTA or Diploma exams or would just like to know more about analysing their work.

 

Fee: £10 

About the trainer

Nea Clark is a PTSTA (Provisional Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst) in the field of psychotherapy. She has an  MSc  in TA psychotherapy.

 

She is based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, is a psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice. Nea leads supervision and therapy groups and presents on a range of topics.  

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