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Eric Berne (1910-1970) and his  transactional analysis AMC Public Speaking Club 5 December 2009
<ul><li>What is </li></ul><ul><li>TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS  ? </li></ul>
The  BASIS  of any  transaction
Structural Analysis . These “ego” states present in  everyone
Remember ! <ul><li>Any  ego state is </li></ul><ul><li>NORMAL </li></ul><ul><li>« Ego »  is simply the result of our brain...
The simplest transaction Parent Adult Child Child Adult Parent Stimulus Reaction Structural Diagram “ complementary transa...
“ Crossed transaction” P A Ch Ch A Р Stimulus Reaction
Р В Ре Ре В Р Remember.  When analyzing, pay attention not only to  WHAT?  is said but also  HOW?  it is said
Peter Vishnevskiy "Transactional analysis"
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  • In one counseling session, Berne treated a 35 year old lawyer.  During the session, the lawyer (a male) said &amp;quot;I&apos;m not really a lawyer; I&apos;m just a little boy.&amp;quot;  But outside the confines of Dr. Berne&apos;s office, this patient was a successful, hard-charging, attorney.  Later, in their sessions, the lawyer would frequently ask Dr. Berne if he was talking  &amp;quot;to the lawyer or the little boy.&amp;quot;  Berne was intrigued by this, as he was seeing a single individual display two &amp;quot;states of being.&amp;quot;  Berne began referring to these two states as &amp;quot;Adult&amp;quot; and &amp;quot;Child.&amp;quot;  Later, Berne identified a third state, one that seemed to represent what the patient had observed in his parents when he was small. Berne referred to this as &amp;quot;parent.&amp;quot;  As Berne then turned to his other patients, he began to observe that these three ego states were present in all of them.  As Berne gained confidence in this theory, he went on to introduce these in a 1957 paper - one year before he published his seminal paper introducing Transactional Analysis.
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    1. 1. Eric Berne (1910-1970) and his transactional analysis AMC Public Speaking Club 5 December 2009
    2. 2.
    3. 3. <ul><li>What is </li></ul><ul><li>TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS ? </li></ul>
    4. 4. The BASIS of any transaction
    5. 5. Structural Analysis . These “ego” states present in everyone
    6. 6. Remember ! <ul><li>Any ego state is </li></ul><ul><li>NORMAL </li></ul><ul><li>« Ego » is simply the result of our brain’s activity </li></ul>
    7. 7. The simplest transaction Parent Adult Child Child Adult Parent Stimulus Reaction Structural Diagram “ complementary transaction”
    8. 8. “ Crossed transaction” P A Ch Ch A Р Stimulus Reaction
    9. 9. Р В Ре Ре В Р Remember. When analyzing, pay attention not only to WHAT? is said but also HOW? it is said
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