08. February 2020 - 10:00
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Understanding You, Me and Us, TA 101 Introduction to Transactional Analysis | Physis Scotland | Saturday, 08. February 2020

Tutor: Sheila Beare, PTSTA
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.
The 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.

Tutor Biography
Shelia Beare, CTA(P), PTSTA
Shelia has a thriving private practice in Markinch in Fife which she has developed over the last 15 years.  She provides workplace and clinical supervision as well as psychotherapy.  Sheila has many years' training experience and enjoys bringing what we read on the page to life.