Building on your Stage Two training, this final year focuses on extending your knowledge and skills to support Psychotherapeutic change. You will develop the techniques and clinical understanding you need to work at a deeper level, helping people to make positive change, and you will reflect upon and consolidate your identity as a TA psychotherapist.
At the end of the year, you will have completed your formal TA training and be eligible to continue towards your CTA exam and qualification as a UKCP registered psychotherapist (please note - this is subject to confirmation of Connexus Institute becoming a UKATA Registered Training Establishment).
I couldn't wait to start this year with Lisa and Patrick. I knew it would consolidate my previous learning and also give me a more contemporary perspective on TA.
What does Stage 3 cover?
Over eleven weekends, the course covers subjects such as:
- The mental health system in the UK and working with diagnostic manuals
- Deconfusion of the Child ego state
- Working intersubjectively in the ‘here and now’
- Intergenerational trauma and epigenetics
- Cumulative impact of trauma and the neuroception of safety
- Schizoid, Borderline and Narcissistic defences
- Recovery from pathological relationships and co-dependency
- Dreams, metaphors and interpretations
- Maintaining your professional psychotherapy identify and developing your career
In addition to the submission of a final supervisor’s report, you will need to complete two x 2500 word essays as well as a 2500 word report reflecting on your identity as a psychotherapist.
What outcomes can I expect?
Successful completion of this year completes your formal TA training at academic level 7 and you can now move towards your Certified Transactional Analyst exam. When you are ready to take this final step to becoming a psychotherapist, explore our CTA Exam Preparation Programme to see how we can help support you at this exciting and challenging time.
Anyone who has met criteria for a final year of TA training and who wants to become a UKCP registered Psychotherapist and Certified Transactional Analyst. This would also include those who qualified as TA counsellors some time ago, and who now wish to resume their studies and move towards qualification as a TA psychotherapist.
Length: 1 year (11 weekends)
Next start date: September 11th, 2020.
Date for this course are:
Sept 11, 12 & 13, 2020
Oct 10 & 11
Nov 7 & 8
Dec 12 & 13
Jan 9 & 10, 2021
Feb 13 & 14
Mar 20 & 21
April 10 & 11
May 15 & 16
June 19 & 20
July 10 & 11
Let us know if you have any questions