Games People Play- An Introduction To Transactional Analysis

Course information sheet

Fees: Standard £ 39 Conc £14 Full £71 * Enrol online for standard fee payers only

Day Time Weeks Centre Start End Code Enroll
Saturday 10:00 - 14:30 1 MAC 20/06/2020 20/06/2020 HC3072

What will the course cover?

This course is an introduction to the key aspects of Transactional Analysis and is based on the work of Eric Berne. It includes a range of skills including how to understand transactions and “ games “ and how to manage difficult interactions and understand power dynamics.

Who is the course for?

Anyone who is interested in extending their knowledge and increasing their skills of understanding their own and others responses during interactions.

What skills, knowledge or experience do I need to start this course?

No prior knowledge needed

What should I be able to do by the end of the course?

Participants will be able to use the sills gained to understand and change their interpersonal communications including Roles people play in transactions “Games” people play including the rescue/victim/persecutor triangle Life Scripts and how they may influence life choices

How is the course organised?

The course is informative, participatory and enjoyable and includes short lectures and back up hand outs and a range of exercises to illustrate theoretical learning.

What extra study or practice is expected outside of the class?

No extra learning if expected though a list of recommended texts will be provided for those who want to study further

How will my progress be assessed?

A brief self- assessment at the beginning and end of the course

What can I expect to go on to after this course?

Some participants may want to study Transactional Analysis further. Tutor will advise.

Are there any other costs and what do I need to bring?

No other costs

What support is available?

The college provides a range of study support depending on need and the tutor will give what support is possible within the class and as much teaching takes place in a group setting students are encouraged to use their developing skills to support each other’s learning