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Next Steps in TA : Ego States
Saturday, February 12, 2011 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM (GMT)
Newick, United Kingdom
These workshops are for those who have completed the TA101 course and would like to know more and for those who want to re visit the basics of TA in more depth
The Ego State or PAC model is a core aspect of Transactional Analysis. Used in different ways it can describe and offer an understanding of our own internal world, that of other people and how we influence one another. It can be used to explore the influences upon us in the formation of our personality. It can provide a model for understanding our own and other people’s behaviour. Furthermore, it offers a way of understanding and managing our own unhelpful internal dialogues. Finally it proposes a way of understanding how we can both invite others and be invited into responding in particular ways to one another.
The ego state model has been found helpful in a whole range of different personal and professional situations. As well as in counselling, this model has been used widely in teaching and teacher training, in organisations at a managerial, team and individual level. It has helped people with communication, mediation, parenting, assertiveness, managing stress, and many other areas that people come across in their day to day lives.
Tutor: Mark Head, BSc Hons., CTA(P), UKCP Reg. Psychotherapist, PTSTA, TTA(P) is a co founder of The Link Centre and is an experienced and qualified UKCP registered psychotherapist and has a private practice based in Sussex. An accomplished teacher, he has taught in a variety of settings over many years. He brings his business background and experience to his work in organisational development. An endorsed TA supervisor, he runs a supervision practice for counsellors and therapists.
Recognition: A certificate will be presented at the end of the course.
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The Link Centre
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