Transaction Analysis developed by popular psychiatrist Dr. Eric Berne is psychoanalytic therapy that promotes personal and professional growth of a person by helping them to understand how people interact or communicate with others. Transaction Analysis Training helps to make the essential positive changes in communication and behavioral pattern to lead a meaningful life.
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Transactional Analysis Training
Transactional Analysis Training is conducted to provide a topographical map of human beings to steer their own life. It is a social psychological way specially designed to develop awareness and skills for personal development in daily life. It is widely worked in the arena of the educational sector for the personal and professional growth.
Anna is an explorer whose quest for learning drives her to constantly look for new experiences. She is on a continuous journey of self-discovery, learning, reflection, assimilation and application
Having played multiple roles over the years, Anna is able to connect to various situations and roles, intuitively. She has a varied, diverse and well-travelled clientele. One of her key motivators is the sheer joy of self-discovery she looks for and experiences while working with every one of her clients.
Brought up in an environment where there were conflicts, one of her earliest skills was her ability to observe and sense moods, and connecting it to behaviour and body language. As a counsellor, that childhood experience has become one of her key strengths
Anna uses a non judgemental, open and intuitive approach with her clients. Her keen sense of observation, coupled with the cultural sensitivity that comes with her extensive travel, helps her get a sense of people and their social context at an intrinsic level.
At the heart of psycho-education is the idea that learning about the issue at hand has a strong role to play in the emotional and behavioral change of an individual. People with disorders that they have to learn to live with like anxiety disorders, eating disorders, clinical depression, schizophrenia and personality disorders (to name a few) are educated in not only the cause and effect of their illness but how to successfully cope. Through knowledge comes empowerment to help the individual deal more effectively with the illness at hand.