Two new Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy training books, have been published in the last six months, although new psychotherapy books in TA, are being published regularly, it is worth mentioning these two specific books
Firstly, Co-creative Transactional Analysis— by Keith Tudor and Grahame Summers.
Keith and Graham are experienced psychotherapists, Supervisors, Trainers and Authors. They have created the term Co-creative Transactional Analysis, and have been writing about the concepts, and ideas for several years..
This is their first book ,where they have put all their concepts ,and ideas concerning co-creative transactional analysis, in one book.
I find this book particularly interesting and stimulating ,in the sense ,that it brings a new approach to the Transaction Analysis world. Indeed Transactional Analysis is growing, expanding, with new theories, and ideas within the realm of Transaction Analysis Psychotherapy.
This approach to Transactional Analysis is Relational and particularly current within psychotherapy in general terms, and like the ideas of Relational Transaction Analysis it brings the concept of the Relationship being central ,to cure ,within Psychotherapy as high priority
.The Second book I particularly like, is the fourth edition,of Ian Stewart’s Tansactional Analysis Counselling in action series.
Ian Stewart builds on from the previous editions of this book, and brings his ideas into 2015 and beyond.
Ian Stewart’s book is a excellent book for students of Transaction Analysis Psychotherapy. and anyone who is interested in learning to be a TA Psychotherapist .and
Councillor, this book should be at the top of any TA psychotherapists booklist, and even for experienced TA therapists it is a useful read and and certainly will refresh your
TA skills, methods and ideas.
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