Foundation Certificate in Transactional Analysis

Blended learning in Bodmin

£ 1,250 VAT inc.

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Methodology

    Blended

  • Location

    Bodmin

  • Duration

    1 Year

Description

By the end of the course students will be able to: 1. Demonstrate a critical understanding of the fundamental principls and theoretical concepts of Transactional Analysis. 2. Demonstrate the skills of reflection necessary for the practice of psychotherapeutic counselling and psychotherapy. 3. Demonstrate the necessary counselling practice skills used in TA psychotherapy. 4. Demonstrate sufficient personal awareness in order to be able to engage in I+U+ relationships within the training programme and identify areas for personal development.
Suitable for: This course is suitable for anyone who either wishes to integrate Transactional Analysis into their existing professional practice whether that is as a health professional, teacher, social worker, or counsellor etc or for people who wish to train as a psychotherapist but who do not have sufficient training to go onto the Graduate Certificate course or who wish to undertake the TA Pathway through the Graduate and Postgraduate programme.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Bodmin (Cornwall)
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Priory Bungalow, Priory Road, PL31 2AE

Starts

On request

To take into account

Students are required to have successfully completed a TA101 and be able to demonstrate various personal qualities please see the website for more information.

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Teachers and trainers (1)

Dr Cathy McQuaid

Dr Cathy McQuaid

Director of Training

Cathy has been working as a therapist over over 17 years. She has a Doctorate in Psychotherapy and is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst with a Psychotherapy Speciality

Course programme

This course will give you the tools to effectively use TA concepts
in your personal and professional life. This may include the following: enhancing relationships; improve communication skills; reduce harmful or destructive behaviours and/or thought processes; develop new strategies for coping with difficulties; enhance and improve your sense of well-being.

This is a one-year part time course. Attendance is usually one two day block per month over ten months per year.

The purpose of this course is to offer students a thorough grounding in the theoretical principles and concepts used in Transactional Analysis. It is for people who either wish to integrate Transactional Analysis into their existing professional practice whether that is as a health professional, teacher, social worker, or counsellor etc or for people who wish to train as a psychotherapist but who do not have sufficient training to go onto the Graduate Certificate course or who wish to undertake the TA Pathway through the Graduate and Postgraduate programme.

The year consists of three modules, 2 single modules and 1 double module. Each single module equates to 15 credits, and contains 30 hours of tutor contact time and 120 hours self-directed learning. The double module equates to 30 credits and contains 60 hours tutor contact time and 240 hours of self directed learning, tutorials are also available on request. The course is taught and assessed at graduate level 6. In order to successfully pass each module you will need to have achieved a minimum of 80% attendance and a pass mark in each assignment.

The taught elements of the course are held over weekends, a total of ten 12-hour weekends - 120 teaching hours in all per year.

Foundation Certificate in Transactional Analysis

£ 1,250 VAT inc.