The Aotearoa New Zealand Transactional Analysis Association (ANZTAA) represents a diverse community of Transactional Analysis (TA) trainers, trainees, supervisors and practitioners throughout New Zealand. Please explore our website to learn about Transactional Analysis, our membership, our organisation and its activities. We’d love you to join us and become involved.
Transactional Analysis is a method of understanding our own internal world and our interactions with others. It is widely used in psychotherapy, counselling,
organisational work and in education.
The TA101 is an internationally recognised training course. Students who participate in the whole course are awarded the TA101 Certificate. This is awarded by the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA).
The TA101 is a general introduction to Transactional Analysis and is open to anyone wishing to learn more about the human condition. It is also a prerequisite for people wishing to enrol in professional training courses offered by various Transactional Analysis training Institutes locally, nationally and internationally, that may lead to Certification as a Transactional Analyst.
Cost: $450 (GST inclusive) payable on enrolment.
Numbers: the course is limited to no more than 12.
Tutor: John C Savage TSTA
John has been working as a Therapist in Wellington since 1998. His work includes experience in residential treatment centres, therapeutic communities, outpatient treatment clinics, general counselling and psychotherapy for a range of issues. He is currently in private practice in Wellington. John holds Membership with the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists and the New Zealand Association of Counsellors. John is also a trainer, supervisor and teacher of Psychotherapists and Counsellors. He holds international qualifications as a teacher and supervisor including a Masters Degree in Science (MSc) from Middlesex University in London.
To be sent an enrolment form contact John : firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make the subject title of the email TA101 (no spaces please)