This book series is founded on the principle of the importance of open discussion, debate, critique, experimentation, and the integration of other models in fostering innovation in all the arenas of transactional analytic theory and practice: psychotherapy, counseling, education, organizational development, health care, and coaching. It will be a home for the work of established authors and new voices.
New Theory and Practice of Transactional Analysis in Organizations On the Edge
Groups in Transactional Analysis, Object Relations, and Family Systems Studying Ourselves in Collective Life
Edited By Sari van Poelje, Anne de Graaf
October 27, 2021
This innovative book presents state-of-the-art thinking on using transactional analysis to change the structure, relationships and culture in organisations. Actual and sustainable change starts where people dare to work on the edge. The book is arranged according to the three levels of ...
By N. Michel Landaiche, III
July 09, 2020
Groups are arguably an essential and unavoidable part of our human lives—whether we are part of families, work teams, therapy groups, organizational systems, social clubs, or larger communities. In Groups in Transactional Analysis, Object Relations, and Family Systems: Studying Ourselves in ...
By James M. Sedgwick
July 07, 2020
Contextual Transactional Analysis: The Inseparability of Self and World offers a novel and comprehensive reworking of key concepts in transactional analysis, offering insight into the causes of psychological distress and closing the gap between training and clinical practice. By providing a bigger ...
By Zefiro Mellacqua
July 02, 2020
In Transactional Analysis of Schizophrenia: The Naked Self, Zefiro Mellacqua presents a full assessment of the relevance and value of transactional analysis in understanding, conceptualizing and treating schizophrenia in contemporary clinical settings. Opening with a review of Eric Berne’s ideas,...