I am a qualified Psychotherapeutic Counsellor with a post-graduate Diploma in Transactional Analysis Practice.
I have undergone additional training in trauma and group work.
What is Transactional Analysis?
Transactional Analysis (TA, for short) is an Integrative psychotherapy, which means a number of professionals have contributed to it over the years, giving us a broad, deep pool of knowledge and tools to draw from. TA is about how we relate to ourselves and other people. TA allows us to explore what has influenced you and how you have become ‘you.' It can also help us understand what you say to yourself inside your own head about the situations you encounter and how this self-talk can affect your relationship with yourself - for example, being critical of yourself and then feeling ashamed or sad. TA also helps us when it comes to understanding our relationships with others - how we talk to other people and why we say the things we say. With this insight - into our relationship with ourselves and also our relationships with others - we can build new ways of relating which gives us choices and a new confidence in the world.
60 Hours Certificate in Counselling - October 2013 – May 2014
TA101 (Transactional Analysis course) - June 2014-July 2014
Foundation Certificate in TA Counselling and Psychotherapy - October 2014 – July 2015
Three-year training in Transactional Analysis Clinical Psychotherapy - October 2015 – July 2018
My training is recognized by UKATA, EATA, ITAA, UKCP and BACP.
I am committed to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and attend courses to keep my knowledge up-to-date.