Kathy Laverty Certified Transactional Analyst (CTA) Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (TSTA) with a Diploma of Counselling and Communications (ACAP).
Kathy has a background in theology and the arts; she is a graduate of the Royal Ballet London. She has also studied at the American Dance Therapy association, New York. She was born in South Africa where she lived and worked for 33 years. She was the founder and director of the Kgodisong youth Centre in Alexandria, where she worked with traumatised youth for 8 years. She is nationally and internationally involved in training and standards in the field of psychotherapy (ITAA and T&CC). She is a board member of ITAA and an accredited supervisor (AAoS reg.) She runs a private practice in Sydney.
Prof. Charlotte Sills MA, MSc (Psychotherapy), Dip. Systemic Integrative Psychotherapy, CTA / TSTA (ITAA), UKCP Registered Integrative Psychotherapist, Visiting Professor at Middlesex University.
Charlotte has a particular interest relational psychotherapy and also in group work and the power of groups. She was for many years the Head of the Transactional Analysis Department at Metanoia Institute, UK. She is the author and co-author of a number of books and articles on counselling and psychotherapy, including Integration in Counselling and Psychotherapy by Lapworth, Sills and Fish (Sage 2002; 2010) and Transactional Analysis - a Relational Perspective by Hargaden and Sills (Routledge 2002). In 2007, she and Helena Hargaden were awarded the Eric Berne Memorial Award for their work on a relational perspective of transference and countertransference. She is a psychotherapist in private practice and a supervisor, trainer and consultant in a variety of settings, based in London.
Rosemary Taylor BA Social Work (BaSW), Certified Transactional Analyst (CTA), Provisional Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (PTSTA)
Rosemary completed her initial training as a Psychiatric Social Worker in the U.K. in 1970. Her work in therapeutic communities informed her interest in psychotherapy and on arrival in Australia she further trained as an Integratve Psychotherapist, a Trainer and a Supervisor. Her work which focuses on the Integration of Psyche and Soma is influenced by Transactional Analysis, Gestalt, Psychoanalysis and Body psychotherapies. She was the founding member of Oxford House in 1979, one of the first interdisciplinary therapy and training centres in South Australia. Since then she has developed her own Centre , the Queen Street Centre of Integrative Psychotherapy in Adelaide, which offers psychotherapy, and the training of psychotherapists at an accredited level.
Joleen Lasker BB. Soc. Sc (SW)(Hons); M.Ed; Grad Dip Adult Training and Development; Grad Dip Psychotherapy.
Joleen is a member the Australian Association of Somatic Psychotherapists, PACFA, EMDR Association of Australia and the Australian Association of Social Workers. She has worked as a social worker, counsellor and psychotherapist with individuals, families and groups in a variety of contexts including youth, health, educational and cross cultural. She taught for many years at the Australian College of Applied Psychology, where she focused on the overlap of counselling and cultural diversity, and has also taught human development to psychotherapy students. She has a private practice in Sydney and is particularly interested in attachment relationships from the perspective of interpersonal neurobiology, and in the integration of current developments in this field and the fundamental and extraordinary wisdom of the body-mind.
Mandy Lacy Certified Transactional Analyst (CTA) and Provisional Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (PTSTA) (WPATA/ITAA), specialising in organisational applications.
Mandy is a workplace behaviour and communication specialist working with leaders, managers, staff and governance to develop more effective operating environments. Mandy provides services that are tailored for individuals and teams to meet their goals and outcomes. She is the Executive Director and founder of Star Potential which provides coaching and professional supervision services, facilitation, professional development and Transactional Analysis training and supervision. Mandy is also an international certified trainer in the ‘The Process Communication Model’ (PCM), developed by Dr Taibi Kahler. PCM helps businesses, organisations and individuals to improve their communication and stress management skills. She is an accredited supervisor and coach (AAoS reg.). Star Potential is based in Wellington.
Lorraine Rose MA Psychology
Lorraine Rose is a psychologist and an analytic psychotherapist who works in private practice in Sydney. She has a particular interest in primitive dynamics and their impact on the psyche and behaviour. She uses a developmental model to help understand the forces that assist the individual and the group to develop and grow, or conversely, to better understand the forces that inhibit development. She has worked in several departments within the health sector exploring organisational dynamics and unconscious processes that impact upon the work done in the sector.
Charlotte Daellenbach Training and Supervising Transactional Analyst (TSTA).
Charlotte grew up in Switzerland where she obtained a translator’s diploma at the University of Geneva. Emigrating to New Zealand in 1970, she retrained as a social worker and worked for ten years in acute psychiatry, and in alcohol and drug dependency. During that time, she trained in Transactional Analysis with Ian McDougall, a psychiatrist, and subsequently opened her private practice in 1986, specialising in long-term psychotherapy with severely disturbed people. She started her first training program in 1987 and has been an active trainer and supervisor in Transactional Analysis since then, working in New Zealand, Australia, and South India. Currently, she still runs a flourishing private practice as a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer in Christchurch.
Sean Manning Certified Transactional Analyst (CTA) and Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (TSTA)
Sean is a registered psychotherapist in private practice in Dunedin, New Zealand, with a background in psychology and social work. Raised in Belfast, Northern Ireland, he has lived in New Zealand since 1975. He has published occasionally and is a former trustee of the International Transactional Analysis Association and a former member of the Training & Certification Council of Transactional Analysts. He is currently president-elect of the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (NZAP). Though he works with a broad range of clients and trainees, his specialty is criminality and addiction. He has worked for 22 years with a therapeutic community for offenders, of which he was a founding trustee.
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