101

Transactional Analysis Introductory Course

A Tour with Stopovers

In 101 you get an overview of the development, key concepts, values and approach of Transactional Analysis, as well as how to apply it in a professional context. On our tour, you will find out how people are shaped by life stories, and the influence these can have in adulthood. You will discover TA communication theory, and how it can be used to reach expedient agreements or resolve conflicts. During the tour, we’ll spend a little longer at some points – taking a closer look with the aid of your examples; other points will only be touched on in passing, perhaps whetting the appetite for more. This introductory course is right for you if you’re looking to find out how TA can enrich your professional field. This course complies with the guidelines of the International Transactional Analysis Association, and is a prerequisite for further training in Transactional Analysis.

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Sound Theory – Practicable

Join us on this journey into an atmosphere of mutual esteem, respect and interest, within clear structures, agreements and boundaries. In this course, you will experience lively, methodical diversity. Upon completion, you will receive photo documentation of the course and a detailed reference list.

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At a glance

Location

Hamburg

Dates

25.-26.10.2019 and 31.01.-01.02.2020

Duration

2 days

Group size

maximum 10 participants

Time

Fri 10:00 to Sat 17:00

Certificate

Certificate of Participation(DGTA), Prerequisite for further

TA training (DGTA/EATA)

Language

German, English

Trainer

Nicole Kabisch

PTSTA-C

Fees

280 €

plus VAT, price includes VAT for private customers

Julian Schümann101 Introductory Course