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Reading list-Schools in TA -Specifically with regards to the four schools in TA Integrative, Re-decision,-Classical,- Cathexis- approaches .
The Cathexis School
1 Cathexis reader J Schiff 1975
2 100 top techniques in transactional analysis by Mark Widdowson 2012
3- Eric Berne buying Stew
The Classical School
1- Transactional analysis psychotherapy by Eric Berne 1961
2- games people play by Eric Berne 1964
3. principles of group treatment by Eric Berne 1967
4- what do you say after you say hello by Eric Berne 1969
5- sex in human loving by Eric Berne 1970
6- scripts people live by Claude Steiner 1974
7- transactional analysis by Woolooms and Brown. 1978
8- developing TA counselling in action by Ian Stewart 1997
9- TA today by Ian Stewart and Vann Joines 2011 second edition
10- Eric Berne by Ian Stewart 1996
11- transactional analysis in counselling by Ian Stewart 1989
12- dictionary of transactional analysis by Tony Tilney 1998
13- 100 top techniques in transactional analysis by Mark Widowson 2012
The Integrative school<strong
1- beyond empathy by Richard Erskine’s 1999
2- integrative psychotherapy in action by Richard Erskine Sage publications 1988
3- theories and methods of integrative psychotherapy 1997
4- the art and science of relationship by Richard Erskine 2002 5-Erskines website www. integrative psychotherapy
The Re-decision school
1- that power is in the patient by R Goulding TA press in 1978 2. changing lives through re-decision therapy by the Goulding’s 1979
3- Eric Berne by Ian Stewart 1976
4- 100 top techniques by Mark Widowson 2012
5- born to Win by Muriel James and Dorothy Joungwood 1974
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A useful way of understanding human personality as Ego States, or systems of thinking, feeling, and acting that exist within each of us. The last sentence was cut off, and should be “The more I learn about myself and how I operate with three Ego states, the better am I able to avoid the kinds of painful misunderstandings that can occur in communicating with others.” Transactional Analysis movement is an Internationally known Teaching Transactional Analyst who now runs a bi-monthly consultation group for Therapists and other ‘people helpers’ in San Mateo, California.
Fanita English was a close friend of Eric Berne and one of his so called “Inner circle!.
She was a regular member of his Tuesday night seminars where Eric Berne would talk abought many of his ideas of earl Transactional Analysis.’In this video Fanita is talking about Ego states, Transactional Analysis and the PAC model or structural model of TA.
This is a unique chance to hear one of the “elders” within the Transactional Analysis movement talking,in depth,about TA and more specifically the concept of Ego States, which are central to TA theory today as well, as the Past and Future..
Richard Erskine talking about his new book on Script. Richard Erskine has influenced Transactional Analysts and Integrative Psychotherapy.
Richard Erskine talks about what Psychotherapy is! and the use of contact in relationship.
Erskine is talking about his ideas that he is going to teach at a upcoming conference.
Erskine’s model of Integrative Psychotherapy puts contact ,at the heart of this model of Psychotherapy. Richard Erskine Integrative Psychotherapy is a contact oriented model of therapy.
In this video Bob Cooke TSTA will be talking about the Psychotherapy case study, that students who have completed the four-year Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy course at the Manchester Institute will be eligible to complete. This case study is the first part of the process towards gaining the Certificate in Transactional Analysis, awarded by the European Association of Transaction Analysis, and recognised by the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy.
In this video we will be looking at the Friday night seminars which are held on the first Friday evening of each month.
They are run by well-known Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Psychotherapists, Councillors, and indeed anyone interested in the area of mental health. This Seminar is run by Stephanie Cooke a Therapist and Trainer at the Manchester Institute for Psychotherapy. It concerns the new research on Neurobiology and the interphase between the brain and Psychotherapy.
The Personality Adaptations model,is a diagnostic model,which helps the Therapist understand the best way to contact the client, and increase Rapport.
This model also looks at the Target mode, and the Trap door mode-which is essential for the Therapist to keep away from in the early stages of Psychotherapy;
In this video Richard Erskine is talking about the Philosophy of Integrative Psychotherapy.
In this video Bob Cooke TSTA will explain what egograms are? And how we can use them in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy