We are delighted to announce that the International Association of Relational Transactional Analysis will be hosting an all day workshop as part of the UKATA National Conference. The workshop will run on Friday 21st April 2017 and will commence after the conference keynote address.
“The Making of a Relational Transactional Analyst”
- In this large group workshop our aim is to engage with the relational processes involved in growth, separation and identity.
- We will do this by presenting the principles of Relational Transactional Analysis, and how they came into being.We will present our different personal/ professional histories, engagement and development of that process on the way to having a relational sensibility in our work.
- We will then invite members of the workshop to study their own engagement with the principles by working in experiential groups, before joining together again as a whole group.
- The workshop will be run by members of the IARTA steering group including including Suzanne Boyd, Mica Douglas, Brian Fenton, Heather Fowlie, David Tidsall, Carole Shadbolt and Charlotte Sills.
Want to know more about Relational Transactional Analysis? Have a look at the IARTA website International Association of Relational Transactional Analysis