Udruga Transakcijske Analize


Morning Programme of EATA Outreach in Rijeka - 2.11.2018.

Dr. Sylvia Schachner, PTSTA-E

Slikovni rezultat za sylvia schachner

I am living and working in Vienna, Austria, as educational manager, psychologist, supervisor and TA Trainer, being PTSTA in the field of education. In a special project created together with the educational government I am working as supporter and supervisor directly in classroom with teachers planning, observing and reflecting their teaching. I am working with whole school staffs supporting school development processes and I give seminars on the pedagogic university. In my privat praxis I lead supervision groups, have clients for supervision and counseling and I am part of an international trainer team of long term TA Trainings in Vienna, Prague and Piestanyi. Because of my different tasks I have a lot of experiences with different professional groups: staff of schools, teachers, headmasters, people working in social and health professions and organizational managers. I am also working with children and adolescents between 6 and 19 years training them in using and applying TA. As I like traveling I like to take the possibility to give workshops in different countries - In the last years I have had 101 courses and trainings in Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Russia, Kirgistan, United Kingdom, France and Switzerland. I have some experiences with Skype supervisions and online lecturing and online courses.

Workshop: Basic TA concepts - During the workshop I will give a first introduction and an overview about the philosophy and models of Transactional Analysis. It is my passion to observe and analyse processes and to look for possibilities to facilitate them or to overcome obstacles. I like to make visible the invisible parts of this processes and TA models help to do this. Together with the participants we discover the possibilities to use and apply TA in your privat and professional roles. I will do this by lecturing short pieces of theory, inviting for self experience exercises and offering group activities.

Eleonore Lind, PTSTA-P

Slikovni rezultat za eleonore lind

Eleonore is one of the owners of Scandinavian Institute for Transactional Analysis in Gothenburg, Sweden. She has a private clinic and offer therapy, coaching, supervision and training in TA. She is also mediates in community, family, organizational, neighborhood and peer mediation, as well as teach mediation.

Workshop: Who am I? Drawing with your non-dominant hand - Drawing with your non-dominant hand to access the unconscious or that which has no words. When language is a barrier, drawing is a way to communicate with others and yourself! Therapy implies making changes in order feel better. In order to make changes we need to do something different from what we so far has done. Much of traditional therapy revolves around talking. Talking which does not necessarily lead to doing. Drawing with your non-dominant hand in therapy is one form of doing where we can put our unconscious mind outside of ourselves so that we can see and analyse that which was hidden and unclear. When we draw with our non-dominant hand we bypass our Critical Parent and/or our scared Adapted Child egostate. The egostates containing the voices telling us we can't draw, can't accurately recreate what we feel and think, it is not right nor perfect! But by drawing we have the opportunity to feel again that Free Child capacity that have the permission of the Nurturing Parent, if not the own so the therapist’s Nurturing parent, to actually express ourselves. Afterwards the client can look at the drawing together with the therapist and talk about what it mean in order to to get a better understanding of the script and the games of the client so that the client can make the changes wanted. This is also a way to visualize the positive changes in therapy. During the workshop I will present how I work with drawing with your non-dominant hand in therapy. I will show drawings to illustrate this and we will do an exercise experiencing the technique. The workshop is open to anybody interested in learning more about non-dominant drawing.