Transactional Analysis

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home | about/terms | contact | index | site map ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Bottom of Form ------------------------------------------------- related materials body language - theory, signals, meanings david grove's clean language methodology emotional intelligence (EQ) erik erikson's life-stage theory love and spirituality at work the psychological contract personality theories, models and types transactional analysis - introduction See alphabetical index for more materials, ideas and resources. See subjects in categories. See archive of additions and updates. home » self/personal development » transactional analysis transactional analysis Eric Berne's Transactional Analysis - TA theory development and explanation Please note: The technical content of this article has been authored/provided by different experts in Transactional Analysis, notably Anita Mountain and Chris Davidson of Mountain Associates. Authors/originators are indicated throughout the article. Where you use these materials please reference the authorship accordingly. See the copyright and attribution notice at the foot of this webpage. transactional analysis - modern usage - introduction (Transactional Analysis early history) Transactional Analysis is a theory developed by Dr. Eric Berne in the 1950s. Originally trained in psychoanalysis, Berne wanted a theory which could be understood and available to everyone and began to develop what came to be called Transactional Analysis (TA). Transactional Analysis is a social psychology and a method to improve communication. The theory outlines how we have developed and treat ourselves, how we relate and communicate with others, and offers suggestions and interventions which will enable us to change and grow. Transactional Analysis is underpinned by the philosophy that: * people can change
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