“The more I looked at the theories of TA, the more I liked its simplicity as well as its richness and depth”

-Anne Tucker

Business and Personal Growth Since 1991

In 1991, I founded the business Stratos Limited.  Stratos provided Employees Assistance Programmes (EAP); critical incident
debriefing; conflict resolution; a computer based Health and Resilience programme; team building sessions and various other
training and consultancy services. These services were provided to organisations in New Zealand and Australia. Staff numbers
of these organisation ranged from 10,000 to one small organisation with 7 employees.

Located in Nelson, New Zealand

I grew up in the Nelson region on an extended family owned orchard and completed my schooling at Nelson College for Girls. My interest in a nursing career led me to Christchurch and Auckland.  With my continued interest in ‘prevention rather than cure’ I moved to Wellington to join the Alcohol Advisory Council (ALAC) in 1985 where I worked as an Industry Consultant providing support and policy advice to organisations. We also provided contracted counselling services to those organisations and employees where assistance was given for alcohol related problems.

Operates Internationally

Since 2011, my husband and I have traveled in various countries in Europe. I continue to be involved in the national and international TA community. My passion is to provide opportunities that enable people to find solutions to the inevitable life issues –both personal and professional, before they become seemingly too large to bear. With this focus, Anne enjoys introducing people to the tools and skills that can be gleaned from the TA theories so they can make their own personal and professional choices which will enrich their lives as well as those around them.

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"[Anne] works very professionally, respectfully of others and understands professional developmental learning"

"trustworthy and ethical and is committed to growing and teaching people"