Transactional Analysis (TA) is a theory that was originally developed in the late 1950’s and 1960s by Eric Berne. TA has grown and evolved over the years and is now used widely throughout the world in a range of different areas. The beauty of TA is that the models are both simple and profound and can be understood and applied quickly and efficiently
TA is a model for understanding communication, personality, human needs, child development, self-sabotage, unconscious process and many other things. It is used in management, education, parenting, counselling, psychotherapy, and coaching.
Studies have shown that increased self-awareness helps us to improve relationships, manage stress, increase our effectiveness, improve our quality of life and be more resilient. TA is useful model for understanding self and others.
In this practical, interactive session, our speaker Leilani Mitchell will introduce us to some of the models and how they can help us understand ourselves and our relationships a little better.
Leilani Mitchell Dip. Couns. CTA (P), UKCP Reg. Psychotherapist, TSTA (P) BACP accredited Senior Supervisor is an internationally recognised Transactional Analyst specialising in Training, Supervision, Coaching, Education and Psychotherapy. Her passion is facilitating others to improve the quality of their lives whether by increasing personal insight and awareness, increasing skills or developing tools that empower others at home and work. Leilani is founder of The Link Centre a training center for personal and professional development based in Sussex and has just completed her term as Chair of Trustees of UKATA (United Kingdom Association for Transactional Analysis)
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