Internationally Recognised Training in Transactional Analysis – Nov 2016

Please click here to download the ‘Flyer and Application Form’ for TA training

 

 

 

PsychCentral Hong Kong in collaboration with Pathways Limited is proud to announce that we will be hosting training workshops in Transactional Analysis in November 2016 for the Hong Kong community.

 

 

  • Introductory Transactional Analysis (TA101) –   11th & 12th November 2016
  • Advanced Transactional Analysis (TA202) –      13th & 14th November 2016

 

These workshops will be run by the Australian Centre for Integrative Studies (ACIS Australia) by Lead Trainer Elana Leigh.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is Transactional Analysis?

 

Founded by Eric Berne in the late 50s, Transactional Analysis (TA) is now a widely recognised psychological theory and methodology. It provides us with ways to understand personality development and relationship patterns.

It illuminates the three self states (parent, adult and child ego) and assists us in communicating more effectively. The theory and practice of TA can assist individuals in reaching their full potential and achieving a sense of well being.

TA integrates humanistic, psychoanalytic and behavioural approaches and can be applied in many professional areas. Although it is commonly recognised as a brief, solution- focused approach it is also effective in long-term treatment.

 

 

How Can It be Applied?

 

TA can be applied across a diverse range of cultures and used in any field where there is a need to understand communication patterns in individuals, couples, families or groups. Professional fields include:

 

CONSULTING COUNSELLING
COACHING
FAMILY THERAPY
TEAM DEVELOPMENT
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
HUMAN RESOURCES 

 

 

What Will You Learn?

 

Both these workshops provide a mix of didactic and experiential teaching. There will be opportunities to apply the theory to practice.

 

 

Introductory Workshop TA101:   11-12 Nov 2016

 

TA 101 is an internationally recognised curriculum and a comprehensive, practical two day course. You will develop a thorough theoretical understanding of TA and the skills specific to TA.Areas covered:• Personality development: Parent, adult and child ego states
• Communication: Conscious and unconscious communication
• Life Scripts: Life story development and are how they are played out
• Games: Unconsciously repetition of patterns in our relationships
• The Drama Triangle: Persecutor, Rescuer and Victim positions
• Psychological Health: Alternative options for responses
• Autonomy: The development of the capacity for awareness, intimacy & spontaneity

Advanced Workshop TA 202:   13-14 Nov 2016

 

 

Completion of TA 101 is a prerequisite. TA 202 offers a more in-depth study of the 101 content and covers clinical thinking skills and techniques. You will feel more confident to apply what you have learnt to your work settings.Areas covered:• Diagnosing presenting problems using the structural model of ego states
• How to think about interpersonal repetitive patterns using TA
• Working with the unconscious
• Treatment planning and delivery
• How TA can be used with diverse groups of people and settings
• Advanced skills practice

 

 

Award on Completion?

 

 

  • Certificates of Attendance and 12 professional development hours will be awarded at the conclusion of each workshop, if all requirements are met
  • TA101 is globally recognised curriculum and enables participants to apply for membership to the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA) and the Association and European Body of Transactional Analysis Association (EATA)


  • Completion of TA101 enables participants to join the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA) as a voting member provides access to begin further training through all international TA associations.
Training Location?
The Collab
20/F OfficePlus@Sheung Wan
93-103 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan
Hong Kong
Sheung Wan MTR Exit 2

 

 

Introductory & Advanced Certificates in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – November 2014

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By popular demand, CBT Australia will return in November 2014 to provide Hong Kong’s Health Alliance and Coaching Professionals the unique opportunity to master and consolidate Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Developed by Dr Monica O’Kelly, this course is the preferred CBT skills workshop for mental health professionals in Australia.

 

Introductory Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
(12 November – 15 November  2014)

 

A comprehensive and practical 4 day course that provides the fundamental framework and foundations of CBT practice. You will develop a thorough theoretical understanding of cognitive behaviour therapy and the skills specific to this mode of therapy. Suitable for beginners and those looking to refresh their skills. It will cover the following four key areas:

 

• Introduction to CBT
• CBT with Depression
• CBT with Anxiety
• CBT with Anger

 

Advanced Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
(16th November – 19th November 2014)

 

This workshop is for participants who have completed the Introductory Certificate in CBT. Areas covered:

 

• CBT with Difficult Clients
• CBT in the treatment of PTSD and OCD
• Advanced Disputations Strategies
• CBT and Resilience: a Positive Approach

 

What is the structure of each course?

 

The following daily structure enables you to learn through theory, lectures, modelling and a strong emphasis on skills practice in small groups with supervision. Supervision is a strong component in this course enabling you to receive supervision feedback where you can develop your practice skills.

 

Lecturer Input (9:00am – 12:30pm)
Lunch and Practice Session with Partner (12:30pm – 2:00pm)
Skills Supervision (2:00pm – 5:30pm)

 

Numbers are limited due to a low student to supervisor ratio, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

 

Click Here to Learn More and Download Application Form

 

Another CBT Training Success Story!

PsychCentral and Pathways Limited were yet again thrilled at the success of CBT Australia’s June 2013 Training in Hong Kong. We had a full house and unfortunately a few missed out due to our small ratio of participant to trainer.

 

Please stay in tune for our next CBT Australia training in 2014, and remember to book early to avoid missing out!