TA is known for is depth and breadth of theory. This means that we have a wide range of options and ways of working with clients and can easily alter our approach to the needs of the client presentations, context and range of working contracts.
The theory is applied as a tool to facilitate and enable clients and practitioners not as tool to label and confine. TA can also be integrated well with other theories and used at many levels. In this workshop I will be talking about TA as a useful Clinical tool and how we can use it in our work.
* Using TA as a tool to facilitate and enable clients.
* How to integrate TA with other theories.
* Understanding TA as a useful clinical tool.
* Practical applications on TA.
Leilani Mitchell Dip. Couns. CTA (P) UKCP Reg. Psychotherapist, TSTA ( P) Chair of UKATA (United Kingdom Association for Transactional Analysis).
Leilani is an internationally qualified trainer, supervisor and Psychotherapist.
She is Director of the Link Centre a training centre based in Newick, Sussex that offers courses in personal and professional development as well as longer term courses in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Leilani’s passion is to facilitate people’s self-awareness to enhance their quality of life.