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TA101 Introduction to Transactional Analysis

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Introduction to Transactional Analysis (TA) TA101

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Two day online course: 11th and 12th December 2021, 10.00 to 17.00

Would you like to learn more about yourself and others? Develop your self-confidence and self-awareness. Perhaps you are considering starting training in counselling & psychotherapy? Join our popular TA101 two-day workshop. Book now.

We are delighted to offer this internationally accredited TA101 course online.  Participants can join us from the comfort of your own home, from where ever you are located across the globe.

Transactional Analysis (TA) is an amazingly powerful psychological theory that has the surprising quality of being easily accessible for the newcomer, yet with a depth and complexity that can fascinate and satisfy practitioners for a lifetime.

TA is a powerful system of psychological models that can be used to understand and work with our personal and interpersonal dynamics in the workplace, in personal relationships, and in educational and training settings.

TA enables us to identify quickly and clearly:

  • where breakdowns in communication are taking place
  • where there are blocks to learning and development
  • where there are unrealised potentials within a team
  • how an organisation can maximise opportunities to achieve its potential
  • how to increase cooperation, collaboration and productivity within and across teams
  • what are our personal blocks to success and happiness

TA also offers simple tools for making long lasting and far reaching change at a personal level, and across systems and organisations, enabling creativity, problem solving, effective communication and development. TA is used by management consultants, counsellors and psychotherapists, and educators.

This two day TA101 course will provide you with a dynamic and interactive experience which will:

  • introduce you to the key theory of personality, communication and development
  • enable you to apply the theory to situations in your work and personal relationships
  • entitle you to receive the internationally recognised TA101 Certificate which is a prerequisite for anyone wishing to train further in TA.

We will be delivering the course by Zoom which will allow time for experiential work in break out rooms.  Delegates can communicate with the trainers both by voice and text via the online chat box.

Tutors Biographies

Fiona Firman, PTSTA

Working in partnership with Fiona Cook, Fiona has overall charge of the ongoing Physis Scotland Counselling and Psychotherapy training programme, its syllabus and accreditation with UKATA, UKCP and COSCA. She also plans the annual calendar and CPD workshops.

Fiona co-teaches on the Foundation Year programme and liaises with all other trainers involved in delivery of the courses offered at Physis Scotland.  She is the contact point for all trainees currently attending the programme.

Fiona has a busy full-time psychotherapy and supervision practice in central Edinburgh where she works with individuals and couples.  She is passionate about teaching TA and supporting people’s growth and development on a personal and professional basis through the use of TA.

Fiona has extensive experience in working with adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse within the voluntary & statutory sectors, as well as in her private practice. She also has a special interest in working with clients who have a Borderline process, &/or a formal diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder.

Fiona Cook, PTSTA

Working in partnership with Fiona Firman, Fiona has overall charge of the ongoing Physis Scotland Counselling and Psychotherapy training programme, its syllabus and accreditation with UKATA, UKCP and COSCA. She also plans the annual training calendar and CPD workshops.

Fiona co-teaches on the Foundation Year programme and liaises with all other trainers involved in delivery of the courses offered at Physis Scotland. She is the contact point for all trainees currently attending the training programme.

Fiona is a Certified Transactional Analyst and UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and has a small private practice in Edinburgh.

She has a background in the NHS as a Registered Nurse Teacher and Facilitator and also owns a successful freelance practice development consultancy business, (smallchangeBIGDIFFERENCE). Using TA, working with healthcare agencies across the UK and more recently in Australia in this capacity.

Fiona is passionate about TA and having a TA presence in Scotland and uses her knowledge and experience in all aspects of her work with clients as a facilitator of personal change, transformation and enhanced autonomy.

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‘Stretching boundaries, promoting growth and transformation’

Physis Scotland provide a comprehensive, stimulating and experiential counselling and psychotherapy training in Transactional Analysis, for trainees enrolling on TA 101s to COSCA accredited Diploma level and beyond to becoming a Certified Transactional Analyst registered with the UKCP.

We provide a safe environment and a high-quality learning experience where TA trainees, at all levels, can flourish and develop personally and professionally.

We also offer an exciting suite of CPD programmes to support the TA Community in Scotland and often further afield as well.

Physis Scotland can also provide bespoke consultancy and educational programmes for organisations and schools.

Visit our website for full details on all our courses.

https://www.physisscotland.co.uk

Physis Scotland is the dynamic partnership of Fiona Firman, Fiona Cook, Sheila Beare, Jennie Miller and Fiona Melvin-Farr. The Partnership also collaborates with a network of experienced trainers who also deliver part of the programme.

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