The workshop will start with a conversation in which Helena Hargaden and Charlotte Sills will meet with Steff Oates and Diana Deaconu who are researching and writing about TA and its development over time.
Together they will explore how the relational approach emerged in the world of transactional analysis, the context of the beginning, further developments, and further discoveries. Participants will be invited to join the conversation and experiment with some of the ideas
Helena Hargaden, DPsych, MSc, BA (Hons), TSTA (Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst), is UKCP registered and a member of IARPP, EATA, and a co-founder of the International Association of Relational Analysis. She has a private practice in West Sussex.
Charlotte Sills is a psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice, Visiting Professor at Middlesex University and a Professor of Coaching at Ashridge Business School. Amongst her many publications are Transactional Analysis – A Relational Perspective with Helena Hargaden (Routledge 2002) for which they were awarded the Eric Berne Memorial Award in 2007. In the same year, Charlotte was awarded the EATA gold medal for services to the TA community
This workshop is open to all qualifications and all fields.
IARTA members £15 – Non-members £30
Ticket Sales will end on Fri 3rd March at 12 noon