How does one become a "Certified Transactional Analysis Trainer"? What does this

  1. J.S.Matthew profile image82
    J.S.Matthewposted 6 years ago

    How does one become a "Certified Transactional Analysis Trainer"? What does this profession entail?

  2. laurieweiss profile image59
    laurieweissposted 6 years ago

    There is not a simple answer to your question so I have included some information from the International Transactional Analysis Association website. The training is now more complex than it was when I was certified in 1974. It was definitely a life changing process for me and has influenced every facet of my personal and professional life.

    http://itaaworld.org/

    Transactional analysis is a social psychology developed by Eric Berne, MD (d.1970).  Over the past four decades Eric Berne's theory has evolved to include applications to psychotherapy, counseling, education, and organizational development.

    Training as a TSTA

    International accreditation as a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (TSTA) is available to individuals who, after becoming a CTA, have received additional training and supervision and passed an oral examination. They are then certified as competent to teach transactional analysis and/or to supervise others in the application of transactional analysis (supervisor). This process takes another 5 -7 years, depending on time devoted. http://ta-trainingandcertification.net/ … in-ta.html

 
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