TA 101 – Introduction to Transactional Analysis

Two day course: Sat 7th and Sun 8th September 2019, 10am to 5pm both days.

Tutors: Fiona Cook, PTSTA and Fiona Firman, PTSTA

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Transactional Analysis (TA) is an amazingly powerful psychological theory that has the surprising quality of being easily accessible for the newcomer, yet with a depth and complexity that can fascinate and satisfy practitioners for a lifetime.

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Tutors Biographies

Fiona Cook is a Certified Transactional Analyst and Psychotherapist and has a small private practice in Edinburgh. She has a very credible background in the NHS as a Registered Nurse Teacher and Facilitator and also owns a successful freelance practice development consultancy business, smallchangeBIGDIFFERENCE. Using Transactional Analysis (TA), Fiona works with healthcare agencies across the UK and more recently in Australia in this capacity. Her blend of knowledge and experience is invaluable in her work with clients as a facilitator of culture change, personal change, transformation and enhanced autonomy. She is a skilled communicator and facilitator, comfortable working at all levels of organisations to enable, encourage, inspire and empower individuals to maximise their full potential.

Fiona Firman has a busy full time psychotherapy practice in central Edinburgh where she works with individuals & couples. In addition, she has a supervision practice and is a trainer at Physis. She is passionate about teaching TA and supporting people’s growth and development on a personal and professional basis through the use of TA.

Fiona has extensive experience in working with adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse within the voluntary & statutory sectors, as well as in her private practice.  She also has a special interest in working with clients who have a Borderline process, and/or a formal diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder.

Fiona Cook and Fiona Firman work together to organise TA101 workshops, and are involved in the recruitment process for new Foundation Year Trainees. They organise delivery of the Foundation Year programme, and act as the contact points for all new enquiries about training.

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