South African Transactional Analysis Vice Chair Alex van Oostveen interviews coach Sharon Deal from ‘Who am I Foundation’.
The webinar presents the evolving principles, tools and methodology for a physics based approached to applying TA in the developmental fields, namely education, counseling and organizational.
The webinar can be attended by anyone who is familiar with the basic concepts of TA. TA trainers and trainees of all levels will benefit from the session.
At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
1. understand the relationship between values and physis
2. list three benefits of physis as the basis for applying TA
3. identify the manifestations of their own physis in their actions
C. Suriyaprakash, PhD, is a teaching and supervising organisational transactional analyst with a mission to ‘rehumanise workplaces’. He is committed to make an impact in organizational policies and practices by transforming them into spaces for people to realise their full potential, through his breakthrough initiative programme on ‘developmental transactional analysis for organisations’. Currently he is professor of organisational behaviour at Jansons School of Business and director-facilitator with Relations Institute of Development, Coimbatore, India, offering organisational development services through consultancy, training, coaching and counselling.
This webinar is about co-creative transactional analysis. It is aimed at participants at all levels, though people will get more from the webinar if they have read something about co-creative TA.
In this webinar, participants will:
• gain an understanding of the history, influences, and principles of co-creative TA,
• appreciate how this may be applied to TA theory and practice,
• be interested to apply this in their own work.
Dr. Tudor is a CTA and TSTA in the field of psychotherapy, with strong links with the other fields of application of TA. He is a professor of psychotherapy at Auckland University of Technology in Aotearoa, New Zealand. He has keen interest in critical thinking, and in the interplay between culture and psychotherapy and politics and psychotherapy.
This webinar will introduce participants to the research conducted by the presenter into how the coach’s unconscious mind influences the coaching process. During this webinar, the presenter will share the journey of discovery for both the researcher and participants and the emergent data that identifies the coach’s relationship not only with the external parties but also with the different parts of self. There will be an explanation of the research process during which the participants travelled from mental activity, reflecting on lived experience, perceptions and events to the exploration of mental process and constructs which are inferred discovered and translated into conscious awareness throughout the research interviews.
The webinar is aimed anyone who is interested in the power of the unconscious mind, although the focus is on coaching.
1. An understanding of the omnipresence of the unconscious mind
2. An experience which encourages reflection on our own practice
3. Tool and techniques for uncovering their unconscious process in relationships with clients
|Sandra’s successful consultancy experience is in working with large organisations. Specialising in the systemic introduction of coaching, coach training, and executive coaching, she works with individuals and teams to promote change, increase competence and improve performance in the workplace. She has a wide and diverse client base in both the public and private sectors and she works both nationally and internationally. Sandra works with individuals and teams to support enhanced performance through effective relationships. Sandra is a Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (Organisational). She uses transactional analysis to develop her client’s understanding of the unique role that unconscious plays in how human beings interact, communicate and build relationships.
She Master Certified Coach Status with the International Coach Federation and in 2009. Sandra has a Professional Doctorate (DProf)in Coaching Psychology
Clients who work with Sandra can expect to experience a robust framework for professional growth without rigid formulas.
The webinar introduces the social roles triangle as a way of describing healthy development, and explore how it can become distorted into the drama triangle. We use different folk-tales to look at how cultural messages are passed on between generations, how we can challenge them and how we create positive TA models for change.
The webinar is aimed at everyone interested in new TA thinking and personal development.
Outcomes: participants will
• meet some recent TA concepts based on ‘positive metaphors’
• have the opportunity to explore the influence of cultural stories in our development
• consider how these ideas can enhance the work we do with clients
Trudi Newton TSTA-E works internationally to facilitate radical approaches to learning and community development. Co-author of several books, including TACTICS which looks in detail at the process of learning and teaching, her most recent is Educational Transactional Analysis: an international guide to theory and practice. Trudi has guest-edited two issues of TAJ, on Education and on TA Training. She contributes to training programmes in several countries including South Africa. In 2011 she received the Muriel James Living Principles Award from ITAA and in 2017 the EATA Gold Medal in recognition of her work in developing the educational field of TA.
This webinar is about education and existence. Pete will explain his thinking about practice and purpose of education using ideas developed from TA theory and from existential philosophy and thinking. During the webinar, we will explore the tensions between the political and the personal in the practice of education. This webinar is aimed at practitioners who work in, or are interested in, or affected by, learning settings. Take-aways for participants include:
• an enlivened curiosity
• a desire to question the context and purpose of education
• an enhanced sense of their own place and importance within the educational process
SATAA Chairperson Karen Pratt TSTA (E) interview one of our members, Anand Manickaraj about his use of TA.
How can an educator, where ever she or he works, support herself or himself in the best way?
The webinar is for all practitioners, who may at times play the role of educator. The webinar will assist those who use TA in their thinking and teaching.
Participants will review Contracting and Relational needs and reflect on their own (relational) needs when they are in the role of educator.
Nevenka is a native Serb, living in Germany for more than 25 years. She has served as Vice President for the European Association of Transactional Analysis and is currently their language coordinator, (Serbo-Croatian languages). She is a Provisional TSTA in the Educational field.
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This webinar is about the here and now relationship between coach-coachee, counsellor-client, teacher-pupil. We will research the ideas behind co-creative TA and translate them into daily practice. What do they mean for your work? How can you develop skills that will make you more able to gain benefits from the here and now relationship?
Topics explored are:
– Working without knowing
– Creating a timeless experience
– Speaking from your heart
– The necessity of humour
– The meaning of emotions and your body
– Being Aware
At the end of this workshop you’ll have:
– Gained insight in the backgrounds of co-creative TA and the relation with positive psychology
– Ideas how this can enrich your practice and what you need to develop
– Curiosity to learn more about it
The webinar is for everyone with an open mind, open heart and open attitude for development and learning.
Lieuwe Koopmans (1962) is a Dutch TSTA-O. He works as a coach, trainer and consultant. In 2016 he was in South Africa twice, where he introduced the Functional Fluency model and the TIFF (Temple Index for Functional Fluency). He has written several books on TA. One of them has just been translated into English: This is me-becoming who you are with Transactional analysis’.
Trudi Newton reviewed: ‘I love this book. Why? I love stories, drama and theatre, and Lieuwe Koopmans presents a lively and original take on Transactional analysis concepts by creating an engaging theatrical metaphor.’ (sherwood publishing)
His latest book (in Dutch) is called ‘This is who we are-The power of the encounter’.
Time, script and procrastination
Elena Soboleva TSTA (P) Psychologist
During the webinar recording, participants explore their script beliefs around time structure; find a connection between procrastination and attitude to time structure and script beliefs.
• learning a model of focusing,
• using a focusing model to change script beliefs, and
• preventing procrastination.