YTCi was founded in 1987 by Dave Spenceley TSTA originally called the Pennine Psychotherapy Centre, offering TA psychotherapy, by 1990 Dave was offering TA training and supervision in the Yorkshire area of the UK.
YTCi has evolved to become an international training organisation offering TA training in various different countries. There are many trainees in various groups with Dave and other international trainers providing training and supervision for trainees and qualified psychotherapists and coaches across Europe, with regular groups in:
CTA exam preparation:The goal of this new small group will be to facilitate the successful passing of both the written and Oral examination for CTA. Therefore membership is only for those who are actively working to pass their CTA examination and have already completed over 80% of the EATA requirements.
What is actually required in Romania?
In Romania the training can be used to register with CPR (Formerly COPSI) “to practice psychotherapy under supervision” and after qualification as a CTA to become an autonomous practitioner.
There is often much confusion and miss-information regarding the requirements and process for applying for certification to practice under supervision in Romania - therefore 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: