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Transactional Analysis for NLP Practitioners

Date: 12th - 13th Jan 2019
Location: Crowborough, East Sussex

Contact:

If you are interested in this event please contact the member directly using the details provided below:

Name: Melody Cheal
Email: melody@gwiznlp.com
Phone: 01892 309205

Details:

Why attend this training?

If you are interested in what makes people tick Transactional Analysis is a great way to find out. By attending this training you will:

  • Increase your self-awareness and have more understanding about yourself.
  • Have a greater insight into what motivates behaviour in others.
  • Have some great tools to improve your interpersonal relationships.
  • If you are a Coach or an NLP Practitioner you be able to apply Transactional Analysis as an approach in your practice.
  • You will have gained 250 Credits towards an Association for Coaching Accredited Diploma: Psychological Approaches to Coaching. 

We have two dates currently available.

 

The first is 12th to 13th January 2019, please note day one begins at 12.30pm and ends at 7pm with day two 10am to 5pm.

The second date is 16th to 17th March 2019, both days will be 10am to 5pm.


The training will be held at our venue here in Crowborough, East Sussex.

Your Trainer will be Melody Cheal, MSc Applied Positive Psychology and NLP Master Trainer. Melody trained in Transactional Analysis with top Organisational TA Trainer, Julie Hay for over six years. During that time she was a founder member of IDTA and it's Financial Director.


To book your place for just £195 email Melody for further details or go to our website 

 

 

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