For Coaches, HR Professionals, Communication Specialists and Leaders
Our first goal is to guide you on your journey, and our second goal is to predispose you to gain the ability to guide.
In the light of TA theory, a scientific model stemmed from psychoanalysis, with this training program, which aims to teach how to live your life and change what you want to change, integrate the past, present, and future, complete unfinished jobs and live today with satisfaction, we continue to explore how we can benefit from TA theory. This training aims to teach the scientific dimension of TA Theory and to offer practical skills.
Here and now TA: We want you to gain significant experiences concerning the application of TA concepts and learn how to use them in your personal/professional life. Therefore, it would be appropriate to call this program "Applied TA".
At the end of the training, which will be given by Expert Psychologist Hülya Üstel Eleviş, the participants preparing a learning portfolio will receive the Transactional Analysis Personal / Professional Development Award (TAPDA) approved by the International Center for Developmental Psychology http://www.instdta.org/
For the process of evaluating the learning diaries, 50 British Pounds (equivalent TL) will be collected from each participant who will write a portfolio, and this amount will be sent to ICDTA. We will share the information on how to prepare the learning portfolio during the training.
Content of The Program:
I Create Myself (In the Light of Transactional Analysis) Again and Just As I Wish!
Personal Transformation Program
This program aims to support the professional development of experts with coaching formation. The program consists of 2 parts; the first part is 12 hours, and the second is 24 hours long. The first part will be two days of 6 hours (totally 12 hours), the second part will be given as four days of 6 hours each. Those who have completed Part 1 will be able to participate in the Advanced Module, which corresponds to Part 2. After completing six days, by writing a learning diary, those who wish will be entitled to receive the approved TAPDA (Transaction Analysis Personal / Professional Development Award) approved by ICTDA (International Center of Developmental Transactional Analysis. In addition to the tuition fee, TL equivalent of £ 50 will be collected from the participants for the evaluation of learning diaries, and this amount will be sent to ICDTA. We will share the information on how to prepare the learning portfolio during the training.
1st day: Transactional Analysis (TA) meaning, its history, its philosophical core, basic needs, time structuring, ego states, and egogram
2nd day: Transactions, life positions, discounting and exaggeration, the frame of reference
Advanced Level Module (will only be open upon request and only be given to those who completed the first two days)
Content of Advanced Module
3rd day: Opposing injunctions, drivers and allowers, commands, permissions and program messages
4th day: Authentic and racket feelings, Psychological games, coupons, game formula
5th day: Script (life plan) -script process and decision, types of script, exercises to grasp the edge of our own life fiction.
6th day: Self-parenting - the awareness of memories and decisions accumulated in life, how everything you learned can be used to improve life and make constructive decisions, how to change restrictive decisions and how you can parent yourself with compassion.
Certificate of attendance to be given
About The TA Training:
The transactional Analysis model draws attention with its important explanations on understanding human beings. Learning this model will help to develop different perspectives, to understand human behavior better, to implement broader and new perspectives, in short, to work with more confidence and a deeper understanding as a practitioner. Perhaps the most important contribution of it will be to help you understand yourself, make discoveries about yourself, and remove your limitations.
Do you ever notice that there are several different voices in your head talking all the time? One of them is constantly criticizing you and making you feel bad, the other is scared or rebelling or constrains you, while another is telling you to trust yourself; another may want to have fun. Who are these voices actually representing? It is a learnable skill to get to know our inner voices, reduce the voices of the inhibiting ones, and release supportive ones. Accomplishing this will change your view of life, your relationships with other people, the way you interpret your surroundings, your whole world. When you turn the unsteady choir in your head into harmonious and happy inner voices, instead of automatic inner speeches, you will become a happier and freer person even if the conditions do not change. In this training, we will identify our inner voices and prevent them from producing anxiety, fear, worry, regret. After that, we will work on our perceptions of and communication with other people. Our aim as an adult is to learn how to convey our needs, wishes, ideas, and suggestions without hurting, threatening, disturbing the other person, and understand how to establish relationships where both parties are happy.
If you realize that you are experiencing similar events and situations in your life, as if the same scenario is repeated, if you say to yourself “The same thing happened again.”, “Why does this always happen to me?”, realizing that you are the one who set it up and the one to change it can make a big difference.
Did you know that human beings are the only living creatures in the world that punishing themselves over and over again because of an event that they experienced? A lion does not suffer for years for a zebra he has kidnapped, or a dolphin does not feel offended to jump, thinking the whole herd will laugh at him because of a jump he failed to do. All living things, except humans, live in the moment and leave the past in the past. However, a person may suffer for years for a slap he got when he was seven or for a mistake he has made in the kindergarten performance. He may feel embarrassed, get angry with his teacher/mother/father / himself every time he remembers it, and make decisions affecting his whole life. He may be afraid of authority figures throughout his life, refrain from revealing himself, may not trust people / himself, and avoid public speaking (stage fright). He can make sentences that start with “never”.
The only reason for all this is not the amygdala, where emotions are stored in our brain. The reason is the idle memories left with our own interpretations in our emotional memory and that we didn’t repair and integrate these memories with the present. These can be the decisions that constrain us today (never trust men/women, never marry, never volunteer, never say your wishes/ideas, etc.). Did you know that when you encounter a similar event (if you haven’t worked on it), you react and feel the same way as you did when you were seven years old? If you know the methods, you can reexamine those memories, reinterpret them with your experience and perspective today, and remove them from being obstructive.
If our ancestors who said “Man in his 70’s is what he is in his 7th” knew about the Transactional Model (TA), they would probably say, “Whatever the man is in his 7th, he becomes completely different and just the way he wants to be in his 70’s”. With this work, we will learn to recognize memories, past preventive decisions, and make new but improving decisions. Thus, we will protect our power to continue our lives as a winner.
Do the questions like “Who am I? Why me? How do I communicate with those around me? Did I choose to communicate like this, or I inherited and keep doing it? Are there aspects I want to change in myself? If so, what are the ways I can make these changes willingly and consciously? How do I want to be?” cross on your mind?
It is also vital and necessary to know how and with which method you can make the right path to becoming the person you want to be, as well as asking these questions and finding their answers.
TA says that everyone was born as a prince/princess but eventually turned into a frog. Our aim with this work is to reveal our inner prince/princess and continue our life as a prince/princess....
About Expert Psychologist Hülya Üstel Eleviş:
Born in 1968 in Tekirdağ, she has one child. After graduating from METU Psychology Undergraduate Program, she completed her Master's program at the same university. She is still working with Julie Hay, one of the founders of EMCC and leading names in Transactional Analysis. She has 30 years of experience with different age groups. Being one of the first practitioners of Transactional Analysis Exponential in Turkey, Eleviş is also the creator of the TAPD document and the first accredited program's creator and practitioner in the international arena.
Holding the coaching title, she also has given Adult Education and Seminars and did scientific presentations and conferences in many national and international congresses and symposiums. In cooperation with many institutions, she has given training on Transactional Analysis, Stress Management, Crisis Management, Parent School, Communication, etc. Eleviş has a broad range of institutional training experience and holds the privilege of being Richard Erskine's student in Integrative Psychotherapy, a method born from TA. She continues her psychotherapy studies with adults as a specialist and International Certified Integrative Psychotherapist and provides supervision and training in the Integrative Psychotherapy method. The Transactional Analysis Personal Development Award (TAPDA) was structured by Hülya Üstel Eleviş, accredited and certified by ICDTA. She also is the founder of Eleviş Transactional Analysis Institute.