Contact:  YTCi Course Director Dave Spenceley // Administration: Andreea Barbulis

TA Training with YTCi  - Bucharest


Training can lead to external examinations to qualify as a

Certified Transaction Analyst


Using TA philosophy and practice we create a supportive atmosphere in which you can safely develop professionally and personally. Providing you with an opportunity to reflect on your professional practice and to develop your professional skills and techniques.  


TA training is focused on professional and personal growth. The workshops include theoretical input, discussions, supervision and self experience.


You will learn TA concepts and methodology and apply the theory to your professional practice.  


You will develop your skills and competence in TA analysis, contracting and develop strategies for planning psychotherapeutic / coaching interventions effectively when working with individuals and groups.


The training is process orientated, offering you the opportunity for personal reflection on areas which have an impact on your professional work.  


Training can lead to qualification as a TA Psychotherapist (CTA p) or TA Counsellor (CTA c) - the counselling field in TA includes coaching, team building, leadership development, conflict resolution as well as psych-social counselling.


Read the description of the aims and methodology of TA training at YTCi - pdf file


The TA 101 course - the official Introduction to TA:


Understanding the core TA concepts: Provides an overview of TA theory and practice with participants how they can apply TA professionally and personally.

 


Costs


TA training in Romania 2021







TA training can lead to TA psychotherapy qualification as a Certified Transactional Analyst with external examinations run by the European Association for Transactional Analysis.





Participants commitment -






Practice in Romania: There is often much confusion and miss-information regarding the requirements and process for applying for certification to practice under supervision in Romania and the requirements for qualification as a CTA.


YTCi has created this pdf description of all the requirements along with a description of the relationship between the various professional bodies and a description of the process of application - along with the relevant links to follow.  YTCi uses the information received from ARAT regarding requirements for recognition in Romania. Trainees are responsible for ensuring that they fulfil the current requirements by both ARAT and other professional bodies within Romania.


Requirements for certification in Romania and to become a CTA (pdf download)



Six stages of training and development in the learning process: In this model the first three areas are seen as beginning stages, with the second three stages as being advanced. This model is based on an article by Bruce Loria 1983 TAJ, in which he quotes early educational works.


Basic: - preparing to practice


Advanced: - preparing for qualification as a CTA