TA101: the official introduction to Transactional Analysis
“Who am I? Who are you? And what's it all about?”
This 2 day official introduction provides an overview of the 'topographical' maps which chart communication, and the 'geological' maps for a perspective on our our inner world. More detail about the TA101 can be found here.
Dates for 2021 online TA101:
4th - 5th December 2021 with 2 hours on 3rd from 5-7pm
Dates for 2022 online TA101:
4th - 5th February with 2 hours on 3rd from 5-7pm
21st - 22nd May in person in Oxford 9.30am to 5.30pm with an hour break
14th - 15th October with 2 hours on 13th from 5-7pm
TA Foundation: a fundamental framework for all fields of application
If you are interested in beginning to go deeper with TA then the Foundation programme will serve you well — the overall goal for the programme is to have a felt-sense of your own Adult ego state. This is valuable in itself, and essential if you are going on to further training to apply TA in other settings. Find more information on the TA Foundation programme here.
Dates for 2023
In 2023 the Foundation module weekends are on Feb 24-26, Mar 24/25, Apr 21-23, May 26/27,
June 23-25, July 21/22, Sept 22/23, Oct 20-22
Times - 2 days are online (Friday 1330-1930 and Saturday 0900-1800) and the 3 days are in person with Sunday 0900-1600 in Oxford
Organisational and Educational
Focus for 2021 - groups and teams in the system and interventions of facilitation, learning and development
Dates for 2021
February 19/20/21, April 16/17/18, June 25/26/27, September 17/18/19, Oct 29/30/31, Dec 10/11/12
Focuses in the future
2022 - The system and consultancy interventions
2023 - Individuals in the system
2024 - Groups inside systems - teams and learning groups - and the leadership roles involved
People Practitioner leading to TA Counselling
Dates for 2020
2020 - January 31/February 1/2, February 28/29 March 1, March 27/28/29, April 24/25/26, May 22/23/24, June 26/27/28, July (space created for TA conference Birmingham from 16th), September 18/19/20, October 16/17/18, November 13/14/15, December 11/12/13
Times - Fridays 1300-1930; Saturdays 0900-1900; Sundays 0900-1700
Entry requirement - a minimum of 120 hours of TA learning
There are three different annual international PTSTA groups facilitated by Rosemary Napper:
January - A group of a maximum of 8 for three days held in the country of one of the members each year.
May/June - An international CTA and PTSTA group in Oxford one year and Rome the next, with Sylvie Rossi also facilitating.
November - A group of 12 maximum held around the time of the German exams so examining is an option too.
Please enquire about places.
2021 - Details to come shortly