Understanding Yourself And Others: The Theory And Practice Of Transactional Analysis (TA 101 Course)

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The TA 101 is a powerful and transforming experience opening new vistas to understanding yourself and others. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of transactional analysis. Transactional analysis, as developed by Eric Berne, M.D., is both a theory of personality and human interaction, and a method of psychotherapy, counseling, organizational analysis, and educational consultation. This course will provide an in-depth new perspective for understanding human behavior. The format is a combination of lecture, group discussion, experiential exercises, and fun under the leadership of a Certified Transactional Analyst in the International Transactional Analysis Association. Participation in this course qualifies you for Regular Membership in the ITAA, and is required for certification as a TA  Practitioner.


Learning Objectives - Participants will be able to:

• List the philosophical assumptions of TA

• Identify the four major components of TA

• Explain structural and functional analysis

• Describe how to use contracting

• Identify and describe one’s life script

• List the five drivers

• Explain the four basic existential positions

• Define a stroke according to TA theory

• Compare and contrast the differences between strokes for doing and strokes for being

• Describe three types of transactions


CE credits 

For CE credits, Southeast Institute charges participants $10 per day. You can purchase credits for one day, two days or all three days. We suggest you pay this in a check to the Southeast Institute directly.

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CE CREDITS (APA): 18 for the three-day course. 


CONTACT HOURS (NBCC): 18 for the three-day course.



March 5 - 7, 2020

3 days (2 days for TA 101 course + 1 day for practice).

Class will begin at 9:00 AM and will end 5:00 PM; each day with a 1 and 1/2 hour lunch, plus two 15 min. breaks.

The first two days will be the TA 101 course, with group exercises, the third day will be TA in practice.



Total tuition is $540 for three days. ($180 per day)

$150 deposit. 

$50 discount if the participant registers 1 month in advance. 


Minimum # Participants: 9

If the registered participants are less than the number required 7 days before the course starts, we’ll refund your deposit. 


Instructor: Jessica D'Andrea, PsyD, Certified Transactional Analyst (Psychotherapy), Certified Redecision Therapist, Certified Personality Focused Therapy (PFT) ® Practitioner and Instructor, Certified Trauma Resolution Energy Therapist (TRET) Practitioner, Advanced Integrative Therapy trainee.


Dr. D’Andrea is a Clinical Psychologist with over 10 years of experience. Her specialty is in Neuropsychology and Psychotherapy, with experience both abroad and in the United States.  Her clinical and teaching experience includes extensive knowledge of ethical regulations, evidence-based psycho- and neuropsychological-diagnostic assessments, and diagnosis and treatment of a variety of disorders in adolescents and adults. She offers individual, couples, family and group therapy. 





Room + Meals per day

Three-day price

Single person (no 




Single person sharing room with other participants



Couples (rate for two person)



Local participants pay $75 one-time commuter fee. 



$65 a day including three vegetarian buffets. 


Payment Policy: (for accommodations) $100 deposit, then balance upon arrival. 


Cancellation Policy: Cancel 10 days before the workshop or the deposit is non-refundable.


March 5th, 2020 9:00 AM through March 7th, 2020 5:00 PM
Eastover Eco-village
Lenox, MA,
United States
Event Fee(s)
Registration Fee
Registration Fee $ 540.00
Deposit $ 100.00

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