Welcome to Elan Training and Development – a humanistic and integrative psychotherapy training centre based in Manchester.
For our Transactional Analysis Introductory Course (the 101) click here
Here you will find details on the full training in Transactional Analysis and Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling that we provide.
We are a United Kingdom Association of Transactional Analysis (UKATA) registered training establishment and as such completion of our training will lead to registration with the United Kingdom council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). In addition students, on completion of either our Diploma in Transactional Analysis Counselling or our Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy, can become members of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). In addition completion of registration with either UKCP or BACP will place you on the Professional Services Register (PSA).
Situated close to the Manchester tram, rail and airport systems we are located in south Manchester are Manchester’s longest running Transactional Analysis training institute.
May 2018 UKATA 5 year monitoring of Elan Training as a UKCP Psychotherapy Training provider:
“The overall quality of written work was excellent: there was a wealth of original thinking; critical evaluation of the theory presented which demonstrated also a very good integration of the students’ learning and personal experience. The material overall was beautifully and creatively presented using illustrations, images and drawing from a variety of sources to include poetry, the visual arts and philosophy.
The feedback offered was balanced, clear, supportive with appropriate developmental edges suggested. The form used for peer assessment was clearly laid out with the criteria highlighted and very comprehensive again integrating theoretical knowledge with self reflection grounded in clinical practice/experience.”
” We appreciate the respectful and supportive environment in which the training takes place which reflects the trainers’ philosophy and motivation around creating a culture of training which exemplifies and connects with core elements of Transactional Analysis’ philosophy and methodology. “