This workshop will cater for people training in any of the four fields of application of transactional
analysis (TA), i.e., counselling, education, organisational, and psychotherapy, and will provide training
and supervision for all levels of TA training as well as exam preparation.1 This includes:
• Opportunities to learn and explore TA theories
• Starting and writing the CTA written exam
• Preparing for the CTA oral exam
• Preparing for TEW
• Preparing for the TSTA exams
When you register you will be asked what you would like to see included in the workshop programme.
The programme will be refined at and during the workshop as needs emerge. The programme will
include large and small group activities, teaching, supervision, and writing. Social activities, free and
down time will be factored in to allow for self-reflection and integration of learning.
VENUE: St Francis Centre, 50 Hillsborough Road, Mount Roskill, Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand
COST: Full fee NZ$1,500.00; Early bird rate: NZ$1,350.00 (payable by 31
st January, 2023)
TO BOOK: http://www.tatraining.co.nz/courses/ta-exam-workshop-auckland
Jan Grant, B.Ed., M. Ed. (Adult Ed.), CTA, TSTA (E and C), ITAA, ATAA, has a long history in tertiary education and has been in private practice in Sydney for over 40 years, where she sees individuals, couples and supervisees. Jan has been involved in TA for 37 years and has supervised 16 successful CTA candidates (in the Educational and Counselling fields, three for TEWs and two TSTAs. Jan is a co-chair of the ITAA Ethics Committee.
Anne Tucker CTA and TSTA (O) and has been involved in TA for over 25 years. She provides TA training, supervision and coaching to New Zealanders and international clients. Anne is the current Australasian ITAA representative on its Board of Trustees as well as a member of its Ethics Committee.
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 35 years as a clinician, supervisor, trainer, and writer. He is the author of over 100 publications on TA, including four books, and enjoys encouraging people to write. He has supervised people to successful completion of the CTA written exams (13), the CTA oral exams (9), the TEW (9), and the TSTA oral exams (7). With Graeme Summers, he was the winner of the 2020 Eric Berne Memorial Award for their work on co-creative TA and transactional design.