Redecision Therapy Training

Ian_2015_300with Ian Stewart BA PhD MPracNLP TSTA(P)

Redecision Therapy, developed by Robert and Mary Goulding, combines Transactional Analysis with the techniques of Gestalt therapy to provide a powerful means of personal change. These “marathon” workshops offer an opportunity for intensive personal experience and “hands-on” learning of the Redecision approach.

Each workshop will include: Redecision therapy sessions led by Ian Stewartteaching and discussion of Redecision theory and techniques… and small-group work where members of the group have the chance to practise Redecision therapy under Ian’s supervision. This combination of personal work, practice and teaching is the format used by the Gouldings themselves in their famous “marathon” workshops. It gives you an ideal opportunity to “learn by doing”.

You will learn: how to make contracts for Redecision work… how to make a treatment plan for Redecision… techniques of two-chair work and early-scene work… the Parent Interview… types of impasse and how to resolve them. Comprehensive handouts and reading guides will be provided.

The presenter: Ian Stewart PhD MPracNLP TSTA(P) is one of Britain’s leading experts in Redecision work. As well as being a UKCP Registered Psychotherapist, Ian is a Master Practitioner and Licensed Training Specialist in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). He is co-author of TA Today (2nd edn, Lifespace 2012),the world-standard introduction to TA, and of Personality Adaptations (Lifespace 2002), and author of TA Counselling in Action, Eric Berne and Developing TA Counselling. Ian was the 1998 recipient of the EATA Gold Medal, awarded for “outstanding services to transactional analysis in Europe”. He has been a practising TA psychotherapist for over 30 years, and has presented TA trainings worldwide.

Accreditation: for TA trainees, this workshop can be logged as 15 hours’ Advanced TA Training towards the hours totals set by EATA. Group members who are not in on-going training at The Berne Institute may alternatively count these hours as group “marathon” therapy. Supervision hours may also be counted according to the usual EATA rules. For qualified TA professionals, the workshop meets the requirements for Continuing Professional Development. A certificate of attendance will be provided on request.

Times: the workshop will run from 10 am to 7 pm on the Saturday, and from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm on the Sunday, with normal breaks for lunch and refreshments.

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Places in each Redecision Therapy Training Workshop are limited to twelve participants.