This exciting year will introduce you to the key concepts of Transactional Analysis (TA) and enable you to apply them to your life and relationships. We are sure you will enjoy the lively and dynamic learning experience that the Foundation Year offers, whether you are considering setting out on the path to becoming a counsellor or psychotherapist, or are already a counsellor interested in adding TA theory to your toolbox for client work.
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Our Foundation Certificate in Transactional Analysis course begins on 27th September 2024. The application deadline for this course is the 30th August 2024.
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Fiona Cook is a Certified Transactional Analyst and UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and has a small private practice in Edinburgh.
She has a background in the NHS as a Registered Nurse Teacher and Facilitator and also owned a successful freelance practice development consultancy business, (smallchangeBIGDIFFERENCE), using TA, working with healthcare agencies across the UK and Australia.
She is passionate about TA and having a TA presence in Scotland, and uses her knowledge and experience in all aspects of her work with clients as a facilitator of personal change, transformation and enhanced autonomy.
Fiona works with Fiona Firman to organise TA101 workshops, and coordinates the recruitment process for new Foundation Year Trainees. Together they organise delivery of the Foundation Year programme and act as the contact points for all new enquiries about training.
Fiona was a founder member of the STAA.
Fiona Firman, BA (Hons), PG Dip (TA Counselling), MSc (Psych), CTA (P), PTSTA is a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer based in Edinburgh, where she runs a thriving private practice. Fiona is currently the Training and Development Lead at Physis Scotland in Edinburgh.
Fiona has extensive experience in working with adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse within the voluntary and statutory sectors, as well as in private practice.
Fiona has a special interest in working with clients who present with a Borderline process, and/or have a formal diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder.
For more information about Fiona, please see www.chrysalliscounselling.co.uk