Date(s) - 02/04/2016
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Re-claiming the Parent: the Positive Parent in Learning and Development
This workshop is for anyone who works with others to enable learning and development – from school and pre-school through to training and professional development for adults. We will explore how the Parent egostate has often been seen as negative, with terms such as ‘critical’ and ‘controlling’, and use some insights from educational TA to re-claim its positive role and function.
Among others, we will discuss:
– re-imaging egostates – the CAP model
– the triangle of social roles – new thinking on the drama triangle
– connections with Positive Psychology – building a psychology of well-being
– permissions, affirmations and stages of development
– outside-to-inside learning – how positive functioning makes for script change
– updating the Cultural Parent
Participants will gain new insights and the opportunity to engage with some recent TA thinking, and to co-create further growth in the dynamic field of learning theory.
Name of Trainer:
Trudi Newton (TSTA e), UK
Please book with Karen Pratt, 082 4508331, firstname.lastname@example.org
R 1500 (SATAA members receive a 25% discount)