Usually a BRAKE light will indicate a common problem, not the SES. I'd be very surprised if these were related problems.
TC and ABS can be a problem with:
1. PMV assembly (not fun to change, trust me, but cheaper than having it done)
2. EBCM (I have yet to see one fail, but another spendy part)
3. One of the wheel speed sensors.
These are the major components, but the brakes or fluid level can also have an effect on the system. Low fluid is normally indicated by a dinging chime, and a brake warning light.
The best thing to do for an intermittent TC or ABS problem is insure you have a full brake fluid reservior, and pressure wash the back side of the hubs after checking to see if all 4 wheel speed sensors are firmly hooked up, with no corrosion in the connectors.