TA

Transactional Analysis Workshop

 Exam Preparation

Auckland, Aotearoa, New Zealand

 5pm Friday 24 to 3pm Sunday 26 April 2020

with

Anne Tucker, TSTA (O),

Keith Tudor, TSTA (P)

Overview

This workshop is for people preparing for exams particularly in Birmingham July 2020 and in the near future.  It will give you an opportunity to present yourselves for:

*  CTA oral exam

*  TEW

*  TSTA exams

The precise programme of the workshop will be co-created by the facilitators and the participants in order to cater for individual needs.  It could include practise exams, group activities, practise and supervision (for TEW and TSTA exams) and how to prepare yourself for the exam event.  Social activities and down time will be factored in to allow for self-reflection and integration of learning. 

Details

Venue:   St Francis Retreat Centre, 50 Hillsborough Road, Mt Roskill, Auckland, New Zealand

             (currently this is booked and depending on the number of people registering, the venue might change to better meet the various needs)

Dates:    5pm Friday 24 to 3pm Sunday 26 April 2020

Costs:     $650 residential Early bird if paid by Friday 21 February 2020 - (adjusted as there was a unknown problem with the website)

              $690 for any registration after the 21st February 2020

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If a cancellation is made after 28 February the full fee will be forfeited.

The Centre is located in beautiful park-like surroundings which provide a peaceful and tranquil setting in which to work and it is only 20 minutes from Auckland airport.

                                                                     

Come and join us as we learn and grow together.      

Facilitators

Anne Tucker is a CTA and TSTA (O) and has been involved in TA for 24 years. She developed an Australasian business providing Employee Assistance Programmes, Conflict Resolution, Critical Incident Management, Health & Resilience and training services. She is currently providing TA training, supervision and coaching to New Zealanders and international clients. She has supervised people to successfully complete CTA (5) and continues to support people towards TEW and TSTA.

Keith is a CTA(P) and a TSTA(P), and Professor of Psychotherapy at Auckland University of Technology. He has been involved in TA for 31 years as a clinician, supervisor, trainer, and writer. He is the author of over 80 publications on TA, including three books, and enjoys encouraging people to write. He has supervised people to successful completion of the CTA written exams (11), the CTA oral exams (7), the TEW (7), and the TSTA oral exams (3).