The Transactional Analysis module provides a comprehensive course in TA concepts. Through small group exercises, teaching and discussion the student will develop a thorough understanding of TA. Students will set their own pace in learning and assimilating the material.
Those who have an introductory understanding of Transactional Analysis and wish to further that understanding. People who wish to become qualified psychotherapists or counsellors. Applications are considered from people who wish to use knowledge of TA to further their personal and/or professional development but do not intend to become qualified psychotherapists or counsellors.
The course will consist of 240 hours which can be counted as part of the requirements for accreditation as a Transactional Analyst. It will provide a thorough grounding in TA theory and practice.
There will be 10 monthly two day modules, over a period of two years
£1870 per annum
Year One – October 2023/July 2024
/26/27 October Goal Setting, Contract Making – Ethics and Professional Practices, Ego States 1 (Diagnosis and Assessment) )
23/24 November The Analysis of Communication : Transactional Analysis Proper
14/15 December Ego States 2 (Pathology), Human Growth and Development 1
25/26 January Changing the Past in the Present: Redecision School
22/23 February Understanding Relationship Patterns: Game Analysis
21/22 March Ego States3(Working with Ego States),Human Growth and Development 2
18/19 April Relating Meaningfully: Integrative Transactional Analysis
23/24 May Relating Meaningfully: Integrative Transactional Analysis
20/21 June Committing to Life, Blocking Tragic Outcomes, Positive Psychology
11/12 July Group Presentations
Year Two – Dates to be decided
Goal Setting, Contract Making – Social Imaginary and TA, Ego States 1 (Models of Ego States), Making Contact: Psychological hungers, Ego States 2 (The Child Ego State), Relating To The Past: Transference and Countertransference, Understanding And Working With Emotion: Rackets, How The Past Influences The Present: Script, Active Problem Solving: Passivity School, Understanding Personality Types: Process Communication, Knowing What Happens Next: Planning Applications, Ego States 3 (The Parent Ego State), Relating To The Past: Transference and Countertransference, Group Presentations
Payment of Fees
Students can pay course fees in a variety of ways: from a lump sum at the beginning of the course, to 12 monthly payments and anything in between. On attending the course students are liable for the full course fees.
To apply please send a professional CV to elan detailing which course you are applying for. We will then contact you back to arrange a meeting to discuss your training needs
Applicants are encouraged to apply on a year by year basis. Any training undertaken at elan is usually recognised by other psychotherapy training institutes.
To apply for a place on any of this course contact us below. In accordance with our policy of seeing psychotherapy training as a serious professional training, all courses, apart from the 101, take place during the week.