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transactional analysis:

see group psychotherapygroup psychotherapy,
a means of changing behavior and emotional patterns, based on the premise that much of human behavior and feeling involves the individual's adaptation and response to other people.
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According to Transactional Analysis theory, an individual's personality comprise of three ego states: Parent, Child and Adult.
In the relational model of transactional analysis .
The scales favoring the Behavioral Program were Independence, Calmness, Effective Communication, and Anger Control with transactional analysis favored only in insight.
Dying to Live: A Spiritual Case Story of A Secular Counsellor" is a spiritual life history of David Midgley, an unusual psychotherapist trained in both Transactional Analysis and also classic Jungian tradition, the style is to present the information and leave the conclusion(s) to the reader, though the author's reactions and responses are also described, sometimes clinically.
Transactional analysis and/or behavior modification can be used to establish a program in which the client can shift out of intuition and back into the familiar mode of sensing, as soon as the shadow function surfaces.
Building A Better Mousetrap: Transactional Analysis And Continuous Monitoring
Transactional analysis conceptualizes human personality in terms of Parent, Adult, Child ego states, each of which represents an entire system of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Transactional analysis is started early and continued as helpful sidebar notations in most chapters.
You probably are saying: "I am tired of thinking outside the box in these times of change in an attempt to be a one-minute manager that practices transactional analysis thinking in search of excellence.
The author suggests that the psychodrama modality integrates aspects of existential therapy, Gestalt therapy, transactional analysis and Jungian analytical psychology.
Rod Gibson, of Yorkshire, England, e-mailed us that he plans a workshop on General Semantics and E-Prime at the next Institute of Transactional Analysis national conference at Keele University in March 2001.
The author's previous books include Born to Win: Transactional Analysis with Gestalt Experiments (1971), Breaking Free: Self-Reparenting for a New Self (1981), and Hearts on Fire: Romance and Achievement in the Lives of Great Women (1991).

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