Transactional Analysis Counselling in Action
SAGE, 23 Okt 2013 - 280 halaman
Selling over 25,000 copies across three editions, this book provides an unrivalled introduction to the core concepts and basic techniques of Transactional Analysis (TA). Ian Stewart guides the reader step-by-step through the successive stages in using TA to create therapeutic change, building understanding of the way the approach works in real-life practice.
Key features of this new edition include:
-a single extended case study running through the book
-'Key ideas' panels to summarize the main ideas in each section
-Detailed discussion of 'closing the escape hatches': TA's distinctive approach to resolving the issues of suicide, self-harm or violence
-Practice Checklists offering suggested questions readers can use to appraise their own work with clients at strategic points in the text
- Space for Reflection sections and Further Reading lists to conclude each chapter.
This bestselling textbook offers trainee and practising psychotherapists and counsellors a concise, hands-on exploration of current concepts and techniques in Transactional Analysis.
Ian Stewart is Co-Director of The Berne Institute, Nottingham. He is the author of Eric Berne (SAGE, 1992) and Developing Transactional Analysis Counselling (SAGE, 1996), and co-author of TA Today (2nd edn, Lifespace, 2012).
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Practice and Philosophy in TA • The Effective Counsellor • Space for Reflection •
Further Reading This chapter gives you an overview of TA work and TA skills. In
this first section I outline some distinctive features ofTA practice. The second ...
These stages of treatment will be described one by one in the successive
chapters of Part II. Chapter 2 introduces this with a bird's-eye view of the typical
treat- ment sequence. Process Awareness: 'Thinking Martian' TA stresses the
need to ...
Outside of awareness the client may experience this change as risky, even life-
threatening (Chapter 6). He may fear that he will lose the support of his
internalized parent, bringing about some catastrophe such as extinc- tion or
In Chapter 7 we shall look at this protective process of'closing the escape
hatches'. Protection for the client also means you must provide a physically safe
environment. For example, if the session is likely to entail a physical release of
(We shall discuss these 'blind spots' in detail in Chapter 9, where we look at the
TA concepts of redefining and discounting.) Another obvious benefit of
supervision is that, unless you are already a highly experienced counsellor, the
Apa yang dikatakan orang - Tulis resensi
MAKING CONTRACTS FOR CHANGE
CHALLENGING OUTDATED BELIEFS
MAKING NEW DECISIONS