We are really excited about our next new project here at TA Training Organisation. We are going to be offering a series of Supervision and Professional Development days over the next few months. The purpose of these new sessions is to offer professionals, both qualified and unqualified, the chance for transactional analysis supervision and continuing professional development.
A new venture
This is a new venture for Andy and me and comes out of a few over coffee discussions, as we have been talking to colleagues, supervisees and trainees, researching and reflecting on else we might support qualified counsellors, therapist and trainees in the Yorkshire area with interesting transactional analysis training and development.
We will run an open agenda day where the topics for the day together are decided by the group at the beginning of each day. This could be a mixture of classic supervision of client work, professional development issues, teaching of theory, personal process time, preparation for CTA or Diploma examinations and ethical and professional practice questions. The list goes on!
Here’s a typical example of what a day might comprise.
|Topic||Main Training Room||Topic||Room 4|
|Group Introductions and agenda||Andy and Lin|
|Case Supervision||Andy||Ethics Discussion||Lin.|
|Theory Teach on Personality Adaptations.||Andy and Lin|
|Case supervision||Andy||Case Supervision||Lin|
|Diploma Exam discussion||Andy||Case supervision and tape||Lin|
|Discussion of contracting||Andy||Case Supervision|
|Case Supervision||Andy||Mock CTA Exam||Lin.|
|Check out.||Andy and Lin.|
With a small group (less than eight people) either Andy or I will take the group with 8 people or more and we will both be present.We take a list of topics and requests at the beginning of the day and then develop the programme. Attendees are welcome to attend whichever session they wish.
These will be “drop in” groups, you can sign up for just one day or for the whole programme. Depending on the interest for the rest of this academic year we hope to run these sessions on an ongoing basis meeting once every two months for a day together.
We wanted to offer professionals not qualified in transactional analysis the opportunity of supervision and further development beyond the TA 101 and year one to support them in using transactional analysis in their practice with clients and to be supported in so doing and TA trainees will be able to count hours of supervision according to UKATA and EATA guidelines.
So, if you think this might be something you would like to experience the first session begins in the new year on Friday 5th February, click here to go to more information, if you’d like to find out more please Contact Us with any questions. Or click on the dates below to go directly to Eventbrite and online booking.