This two-day internationally recognised course is our most popular course. You will come away with new ideas, perspectives and models that you can use in every area of your life. People who attend this course come away with real insight into their own process and others and gain useful practical ideas of how to do things in a way that serves them better
Saturday 7th November
Loved the TA101? Want a little bit more? How about joining us online on our TA202? This course is intended for those who have completed a TA101 workshop and would like to build further on those concepts as well as having an introduction to some other areas of theory.
This is a 20 day (10 weekend course) aimed at those who have attended the TA101 and have been inspired to deepen their knowledge of TA in an environment that is collegial, supportive and developmental. This course can be taken as a stand-alone course but is also the first year for those wanting to continue on to our counselling and psychotherapy courses.
This is an online Certificate in TA theory, aimed at those who have attended the TA101 and have been inspired to deepen their knowledge of TA in an environment that is collegial, supportive and developmental. This course can be taken as a stand-alone course but an APL route will also be available for those wanting to continue on to our counselling and psychotherapy courses.
For those wanting to qualify as accredited Counsellors and be registered on the PSA (Professional Standards Authority) voluntary government register for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
For those wanting to qualify as UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy) registered Psychotherapists. This qualification (Certified Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist) is also endorsed by EATA (European Association for Transactional Analysis) and has international as well as national recognition.
A series of 10 monthly online workshops on applying Transactional Analysis principles and concepts within an organisation allowing organisational growth and change.
Tues Evenings, 6pm – 8,00pm (BST)
8th September to 13th July
A series of twice weekly 2 hour talks and discussion, in collaboration with Online Events, on all TA topics. Held on Monday mornings and Tuesday evenings, these operate on a self-select fee.