May Senior-Johnson
Certified Transactional Analyst

Qualifications

Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst

MSc in Transactional Analysis
Member of the United Kindom Association of Transactional Analysis (UKATA)  
(Formerly Institute of Transactional Analysis)

(See code of Ethics on UKATA website)
Member of IPD


UKCP Registered

   TA is a theory of personality and systematic psychotherapy for personal growth and personal change. (ITAA)

I am in private practice as a psychotherapist/counsellor. Transactional Analysis is my main method of working with clients although I have now incorporated other methods into my work .   I offer individual, group or couple counselling and I see people weekly or fortnightly. I work from a dedicated practice which is private and is not part of my home.   I work with a variety of issues ranging from Anxiety, Loss, Bereavement, Relationship issues and general life difficulties.  I also offer short term work for more specific goals and aims.

I also offer official Transactional Analsis training (TA101) and run these courses frequently throughout the year. See available workshop page for details.   These courses are officially recongnised by the UKATA and to engage in any advanced Transactional Anaslysis training candidates must have a 101 certification.   I am a tutor on the training programme at a local psychotherapy institute where I teach first to fourth year groups of psychotherapists.  I also supervise, psychotherapists, case workers and social workers for outside agencies.  I teach the official Transactional Analsysis 101 either from my premises here or on site.

Certified Transactional Analyst (CTA) is available to individuals who have received training and supervision and passed written and oral examinations. They are then certified by the Board of Certification as competent to practice transactional analysis in their field of specialization.

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