The Relational Psychotherapist 2014/15
This one-year training is divided over nine 2-day seminars and one 3-day conference. All seminars will be run on Saturday and Sunday. The three-day conference includes the Friday.
Practicing psychotherapists’ psychologists, social workers and counsellors.
Watch this website for final dates to be announced toward the end of 2013.
Relational Transactional Analysis Transactional analysis offers a theory and practice of human personality and personality of organizations. It will develop your of understanding human and organizational origins, dynamics and interactions. Transactional Analysis has its roots in psychodynamic and humanistic practice, and was developed by founder Dr. Eric Berne, a psychiatrist by profession. Since his death it has been further developed by renowned theorists, authors and practitioners.
Relational transactional analysis is one of the many approaches within transactional analysis, including the unconscious dynamics of transference and countertransference, proactively. Beyond Eric Berne, this approach is based on the works of Dr Stephen Mitchell, Dr Lew Aron, Charlotte Sills and Helena Hargaden and further developed by others.
This is a high-level training for psychotherapists’ psychologists, social workers and counsellors who have finished their initial accredited training and are experienced practitioners. It is designed for practitioner wanting to work more deeply with their clients.
Elements of the training:
With experienced practitioners in the group, the theory and skill training will build on your existing expertise, in the here and now of being a trainee (again).
Trainees are expected to take active part in the training and aspects of that will be to bring supervision cases, engage in group process, and the preparation seminars by reading and writing assessments during the year.
The three day seminar is set up as a “mini Group Relations Conference” with extended staff and will be also open for people from outside this training group.
All hours of training count toward professional development accreditation for associations such as CAPA NSW, PACFA, and the AAoS.
This training is not designed for initial accreditation as a practitioner. The main focus is to develop existing practitioner skills. Please feel free to make a time with us to discuss your needs.
This will include various ACIS faculty trainers and the year coordinator is Servaas Van Beekum TSTA.
For more information please contact ACIS.
Costs and Contracts
The one-year training cost is $5775 (Inc GST)
Contracting for the full year only, will be accepted. On application approval into the training a deposit of $775 will be required. Further payments are to be negotiated with ACIS administrator Kelly Graham (Kelly@acissydney.com.au)
For those interested in a transactional analysis certification, information regarding the international certification as a transactional analyst (CTA) will be introduced over time into the program. The full criteria for this examination can be explored on the ITAA website.
Interested parties will be requested to initially send a resume then arrange an intake and assessment interview with an ACIS faculty member where suitability will be discussed. Please feel free to explore your options of being a part of this deep and dynamic training any time soon.
To apply please fill out the form on this page, sending a covering letter and resume to either email@example.com or post to:
ACIS, The Relational Psychotherapist or Counsellor
3 Church Street
Waverley 2024 NSW
(+61 2 93861600).
CTA Certified Transactional Analyst
TSTA Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst
ITAA International Transactional Analysis Association
AAoS The Australian Association of Supervision
“Training in psychotherapy is a big commitment and challenging because it is very much about personal growth, self awareness and learning about who you are and who you will be as a psychotherapist. I chose ACIS Psychotherapy Training because the training is personalised, professional and ethical. Also, the school is part of an international network which continues to grow and evolve and the qualification is internationally recognised.”
“After having done careful research into Psychotherapy training programs, I chose ACIS for many reasons:
The Humanistic philosophy and values of both Transactional Analysis and ACIS: we are all unique individuals striving towards growth and health.
The format of training - long-term, experiential learning in both small and larger groups - offers a rich environment for learning and application of theory and skills. The support I required to begin working as a trainee Psychotherapist, while integrating the theory with practice. ACIS Psychotherapy training has been the most valuable training for me and I am a more autonomous and integrated person and psychotherapist thanks to my experience at ACIS."
Psychotherapist in private practice
“ACIS Psychotherapy training has helped me integrate into an effective psychotherapist but most importantly the training process had helped me understand my strengths and my weaknesses. The training has helped me integrate this into being a clinician “who thinks clinically in the service of her clients/patients”. This environment created a space where I could look at the shadow side which we all have, and use it to be a more effective psychotherapist."
Psychotherapist in private practice