Provisional Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (PTSTA) (education)
Life coach ACC
Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator
I am based in Cape Town but willing to work in other centres.
I am involved in transformational and development work both with individuals and
My specialisation is as an educational Transactional Analyst. This encompasses
learning and teaching in all its guises - whether as individual personal growth,
parenting, formal teaching, leading, training, mentoring, or coaching.
I work in the field of education, both in traditional education institutions,
and in the wider sense of personal development. I work with educators in schools
on the Cape Flats and my vision is to equip both educators and learners with a
model of positive communication and healthy interpersonal skills.
I facilitate Care for Carers workshops for community health workers caring for people with HIV
and AIDS, as well as running psycho-social support workshops for capacity building and
leadership training in organisations.
As a coach, I work with people in times of transition to co-create a balanced,
centered and fulfilling life. I supervise coaches, TA trainees and others in various
roles of working with other people.
I run regular TA training programs, both for personal and professional development
and for those people moving towards certification as Transactional Analysts.
As an Appreciative Inquiry facilitator I run change and development processes
in schools, NGO's, interest groups, churches etc
I come from a place of mutual respect for all people, and have a curiosity to
learn about others. I believe in each person's inherent ability to think for herself
and decide to change. My busy life is underpinned by a contemplative spiritual
strand which enables me to be completely present with each person or group.
My interest in quantum physics and spirituality inspires who I am and how I work
with people. I believe in possibilities......
are contagious - is yours worth catching?
culture, at that time, certain ways
were not possible.