Fall Semester 2021: Certification Training Program in Transactional Analysis & Redecision, Relational Therapy, Chapel Hill

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This is a comprehensive training and supervision program for mental health professionals. It integrates the approaches of transactional analysis, gestalt, redecision therapy, relational therapy, attachment theory, systems theory, developmental theory, personality adaptations, body-work approaches, and energy psychology. We offer a powerful short-term approach that combines cognitive, behavioral, and affective/experiential techniques with an emphasis on working with the emotional brain.

The focus of the training is on developing a broad conceptual framework and mastering effective techniques for individual, couple, family, and group therapy.  

The program meets on a Friday and Saturday once a month for 10 months and is designed on a two-year cycle. Enrollment is on a semester basis.

The program consists of theory, demonstration, supervision, and experiential work. Our experience is that individuals learn best by having an opportunity to practice what they are learning and get direct supervision of their work. Therefore, we have participants work directly with one another using video to enhance the supervision. Participants also have the opportunity to do personal work with the faculty and observe them working with others.

 

Topics

September: Negotiating Effective Treatment Contracts, Contracting
October: Redecision Therapy, Structural Analysis
November: Personality Focused Treatment, TA Proper
December: TA Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, Psychological Hungers
January: Trauma Resolution Energy Therapy (TRET), Redefining and Frames of Reference

 

Learning Objectives

  • Demonstrate contracting
  • Describe the redecision process
  • Explain Personality Focused Treatment
  • List the adaptations associated with each existential position
  • Draw out the three types of transactions
  • Give four examples of unconscious communication
  • List the different levels of passive behavior
  • Explain the importance of following ethical guidelines
  • Describe the three major stages of family therapy
  • List three examples of group as a whole interventions

 

Faculty: Vann Joines, Ph.D.


Dates: Sept. 10-11, Oct. 15-16, Nov. 19-20, Dec. 10-11, 2021 Jan. 14-15, 2022


Times: Fridays 9 AM – 5 PM; Saturdays 9 AM – 4:30 PM


Tuition: $1800 per semester ($360 deposit; balance payable $360 per month for 4 months)


Level: Beginner & Intermediate & Advanced


CE Credit (APA):
60 for each semester, given as 12 per weekend; Cost: $20 per weekend administrative fee
Contact Hours (NBCC):  60 for each semester, given as 12 per weekend; Cost: $20 per weekend administrative fee

 

Schedule

 

Friday (Day One)
9 - 10:30 AM Case Discussion and Application
10:30 - 10:45 AM Break
10:45 AM - 12 PM Lecture (TA theory topic)
12 - 1:30 PM Lunch
1:30 - 2 PM Discussion of article(s)
2 - 3 PM Lecture
3 - 3:15 PM Break
3:15 - 5 PM Group work: Practice of redecision therapy with video playback supervision

Saturday (Day Two)
9 - 10:30 AM Case Discussion and Application
10:15 - 10:30 AM Break
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Saturday Webinar (Lecture on psychotherapy training topic for that weekend)
12:30 - 2 PM Lunch
2 - 3:30 PM Group Activity
3:30 - 3:45 PM Break
3:45 - 5 PM Group work 

When
September 10th, 2021 9:00 AM through January 15th, 2022 5:00 PM
Location
659 Edwards Ridge Road
Southeast Institute
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
United States
Contact
Phone: (919) 929-1171
Event Fee(s)
Registration $ 1,900.00
Deposit $ 380.00