Deep Dive into TA
In business as in individual life, psychological awareness is the first step
toward psychological health
Kets de Vries (2006)
Overview of TA, covering full range of topics and how they interlink, underlying philosophy, history and development of TA (concepts and associations), significant developments, fields of application, ethics and professional practice guidelines.
This is a core module to ensure students can discuss TA with other professionals, determine appropriate concepts for specific contexts and situations, and work within ethical and professional boundaries.
As a communicator - what frameworks and modalities do you use when working with your clients?
The Professional TA Practitioner
Courage: “… the physical, mental or moral strength to risk adverse or negative consequences in choosing a just and responsible course of action”
Leonard Campos (2012)
What does it mean to be professional as a TA practitioner? In this workshop we look at the International TA Association's Code of Ethical Conduct as well as working out how to position our professional practice. We also take on board the fact that the practitioner is in the process - we do not 'do' TA theory to other people, we recognise that we are in the process too.
Introducing the meta-level process - analysing minute by minute and what does 'walking the talk' really mean?
TA provides a solid base from which the practitioner can work. Do you have confidence in your competence?