Events

A series of five workshops

During 2016 and 2017 a series of workshops entitled 'Aspie TA101' were run by Peter Flowerdew and two Aspie Co-presenters. The impact of the information and the experience on Aspies and on the parents, friends and partners of Aspies was literally life transforming. The material developed as a result has been presented at two consecutive annual National Conferences of the the UK Association for Transitional Analysis (UKATA) and the 2017 European Summer School of the European Association or Transactional Analysis EATA) as well as being serialised in the quarterly magazine of UKATA, The Transactional Analyst.

 

The material has been expanded and consolidated into a series of five workshops that we intend to run as a cycle.  People can join the cycle at any point, but the greatest benefit is obtained by attending in the order listed.

 

Life that Includes Asperger's: Creating a Dialog between two Different Kinds of Mind

 

Workshop 1Understanding two different kinds of mind. 27th and 28th January 2018

  1. Another way to think about and understand Asperger's
  2. Why Transaction Analysis (TA)  is the 'missing piece'.

 

Workshop 2How the mind and personality are related. 24th and 25th March 2018

  1. The TA model of personality
  2. Modeling mindblindness

 

Workshop 3: Social Interaction and levels of communication. 19th and 20th May 2018

  1. The Analysis of Transactions between two realities.
  2. The world an Aspie experiences and the world an NT experiences

 

Workshop 4:Taking the drama out of relationships. 23rd and 24th June 2018

  1. The TA theory of psychological Games
  2. NTs experience Aspies as 'playing Games'. Aspies can't play Games.
  3. How to avoid painful outcomes

 

Workshop 5: Theory of Life Scripts. 22nd and 23rd September 2018

  1. Unconscious patterns of relating based on unconscious memories.
  2. Different kinds of minds; different kinds of Scripts.
  3. Relationships that heal

 

 

Presented by Peter Flowerdew with Richard Hall and Christine Russell.

 

It is useful if non Aspies (Neurotypicals; NTs) have attended a TA101 before.

 

The Community Centre, Rear of Eden Grove Methodist Church, Eden Grove, Horfield, Bristol, BS7 0PQ

Car parking at the front.

 

9.30am – 5.00pm

Cost £150.00 per weekend: Concessions available.

e-mail:  peter_flowerdew@hotmail.com

Tea and herbal teas available.

Bring a packed lunch or use local facilities

 

 Download workshop booking form

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TA101: The official introduction to Transactional Analysis
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