specialises in converting therapy models for use in organisational,
educational, counselling and personal development settings and is noted
for her ability to take complex theories and explain them in ways that
are clear, practical and stimulating.
She has over 50 years experience in industry, government and the public sector, and has been teaching TA, DTA, NLP and assessment/development around the world for more than 35 years. She has been an ‘ordinary’ employee, a supervisor, staff representative, safety representative, manager, trainer, internal and external consultant.
Julie has post graduate qualifications in management and for research into leadership qualities, international accreditation as trainer/supervisor in organisational and educational applications of transactional analysis, and international trainer certification in neuro-linguistic programming.
She is a past president of the European and International transactional analysis associations, was a Founding Director and President 2006-2008 of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council, was a founder, inaugural Chairperson and now Chairperson again 2009-2012 of the Institute of Developmental TA and is also the Editor of the International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research ( www.ijtar.org – free access upon registration online). She is the author of numerous articles, audiotape sets and books (see www.sherwoodpublishing.com and www.amazon.co.uk ).
Julie combines TA & NLP effectively with each other and with several other approaches including Behaviour Analysis, MBTI, FIRO, KAI, Synectics, mentoring/coaching and assessment/ development centres. As a lifelong learner, Julie is now back as a student on an MSc in TA Psychotherapy and has also attended an extended training in Somatic Trauma Therapy.
specialises in the areas of individual and organisational development.
She has been consulting with all levels of management and staff, across
public and private sectors, since 1991. She believes that the skills
and talents of many people lie untapped and finds enormous satisfaction
in working with individuals to unlock their true potential.
Lynda is a BA (Hons) graduate and holds a Diploma in Training Management. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and Chairperson of the Training standards Committee of the Institute of Developmental Transactional Analysis.
Lynda runs a TA training academy in south-west England. As well as running programmes in the UK, she has enjoyed delivering TA workshops in the Ukraine, Russia, Romania, Poland and Turkey, plus Prague and Nashville, USA.
Sandra is an organisation development consultant specialising in
the systemic implementation of coaching in large organisations. She
works nationally and internationally with a wide and diverse range of
clients. Sandra is Director of The International Centre for Business
Coaching and Principal of The Scottish Centre for Developmental TA.
Sandra international accreditation as trainer/supervisor in organisational applications of transactional analysis, and has a Professional Masters in Coaching. She is one of only 18 professional coaches in the UK accredited by the International Coach Federation as a Master Certified Coach.
Sandra is currently in the research phase of a Professional Doctorate and the subject of her research is “The impact of the coach’s unconscious mind on the coaching process”. Her key research interest is in understanding how organisations live within us, are a part of our identity, are bound up with our inner emotional life and how this impacts on professional relationships and performance.
Anne founded a New Zealand based business, Stratos Limited, providing
Employees Assistance Programmes (EAP); critical incident debriefing;
conflict resolution; a computer based Health and Resilience programme;
team building sessions and various other training and consultancy
services to organisations in New Zealand and Australia.
Anne is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (Organisational) and runs TA training courses, supervision and coaching to organisations and individuals in New Zealand as well as supervision and coaching to individuals internationally. She has been the President of the Aoteroa New Zealand TA Associations since 2011.
Her passion is ‘prevention is better than cure’. To this end she looks for opportunities that will enable people to find solutions to the inevitable life issues – both personal and professional, before they become seemingly too large to bare. With this focus, Anne enjoys introducing people to the tools and skills that can be gleaned from the TA theories so they can make their own personal and professional choices which will enrich their lives as well as those around them.
professional translator, Madeleine began her career as a European
Language Training Manager for an IT international company and discovered
the impact of dialogue on the organizational performance. Since then
her activity has been devoted to helping individuals and groups adjust
their communication for optimum comfort and success. She graduated as an
NLP Practitioner in 1993, then became a certified Adult trainer
(FSEAII), a certified Transactional Analyst (CTA) in Organizations and
is now internationally accredited as a trainer/supervisor in
organisational applications of transactional analysis,
Her activities in Switzerland, England, the Eastern countries, Greece and in the Middle East, consist in developing seminars for companies and universities, in training and coaching individuals and groups to promote and develop proactive professional collaboration. She developed “The Emerging Change”, an OD tool which she trains in her own TA school in Nyon Switzerland, at the Swiss Western University in a MAS Programme (Master of Advanced Studies) called “Human Systems Engineering” and at the Goethe Management Institute of Frankfurt University in Post Graduate programs. She is also invited to train and supervise in other TA Schools in several Eastern countries.