Wealden College of Counselling & Psychotherapy

Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy Training (please note that our TA training programme came to an end in July 2021 – we are no longer recruiting new students on this course.

We continue to be a UKATA Registered Training Establishment, and continue to offer opportunities for students to complete their Oral Presentation, and attend our workshop programme. We also offer a number of TA101 courses over the course of each year. UKATA is a Member Organisation of UKCP, and is affiliated to the EATA (European Association for Transactional Analysis)

Transactional Analysis was founded by Dr. Eric Berne – a brilliantly innovative and creative thinker who brought together some of the most effective ideas in psychotherapy (analytic, cognitive behavioural, phenomenological) into a powerful body of theory and practice.

Arguably his most significant contribution was that he sought to demystify psychotherapy and used concepts, language and methods which were understandable to all.  He developed theories which have both simple immediacy and subtle depth.

Transactional Analysis offers us a way of understanding personality, behaviour and relationships.  It has an integrative approach in the humanistic tradition – its practice firmly grounded in the respectful therapeutic relationship.

The first step in TA training is the two day TA 101 course, which is an internationally recognised qualification. The TA 101 is also often done as a stand-alone course for understanding self and others, and gives tools which are invaluable in understanding how relationships can go wrong and how to improve how we interact with those around us.  Click here for details.

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