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  • 1. Don'tDon't comparecompare yourselfyourself with anywith any one in thisone in this world.world. If youIf you compare, youcompare, you are insultingare insulting
  • 2. No one willNo one will manufacture amanufacture a lock without a key.lock without a key. Similarly God won'tSimilarly God won't give problems withoutgive problems without solutions.solutions.
  • 3. Life laughs atLife laughs at you when youyou when you are unhappy...are unhappy... Life smiles at youLife smiles at you whenwhen you are happy...you are happy... Life salutes you whenLife salutes you when
  • 4. Every successful person has aEvery successful person has a painful story.painful story. Every painful story has aEvery painful story has a successful ending.successful ending. Accept the pain and getAccept the pain and get ready for success.ready for success.
  • 5. Easy is to judge the mistakes of others.Easy is to judge the mistakes of others. Difficult is to recognize our own mistakes.Difficult is to recognize our own mistakes. It is easier to protect your feet with slippersIt is easier to protect your feet with slippers than to cover the earth with carpet.than to cover the earth with carpet.
  • 6. No one can go back andNo one can go back and change a bad beginning;change a bad beginning; But anyone can start now andBut anyone can start now and create a successful ending.create a successful ending.
  • 7. If a problem can beIf a problem can be solved, no need tosolved, no need to worry about it.worry about it. If a problem cannot beIf a problem cannot be solved what is the use ofsolved what is the use of worrying?worrying?
  • 8. If you miss anIf you miss an opportunityopportunity don't fill thedon't fill the eyes witheyes with tears.tears.   It will hideIt will hide another betteranother better opportunity inopportunity in front of youfront of you
  • 9. "Changing the Face" can change nothing."Changing the Face" can change nothing. But "Facing the Change" can change everything.But "Facing the Change" can change everything. Don't complain about others;Don't complain about others; Change yourself if you want peace.Change yourself if you want peace.
  • 10. Mistakes are painful when theyMistakes are painful when they happen.happen. But year's later collection ofBut year's later collection of mistakes is calledmistakes is called experience, which leads toexperience, which leads to success.success.
  • 11. Be bold when you looseBe bold when you loose and be calm when you win.and be calm when you win. Heated gold becomes ornament.Heated gold becomes ornament. Beaten copper becomes wires.Beaten copper becomes wires. DepletedDepleted stone becomes statue. So thestone becomes statue. So the more pain you get in life youmore pain you get in life you become more valuable.become more valuable.Suresh.sSuresh.s Just loveJust love problemproblem
  • 12. Transaction Analysis by S.Suresh A.Vijaya bharghavi
  • 13. 1. A theory of personality as well as a systematic psychotherapy for personal growth and personal change. 2. Among psychological approaches, it is outstanding in the depth of its theory and the wide variety of its applications. 3. It is finding wide application in What is Transactional Analysis ?
  • 14. Transactional Basis Id – Pleasure Principle Ego- Realistic Principle(irrational) Super-Ego- Ethical Principle(mind) By Fred Luthans
  • 15. EGO STATES
  • 16. Typical Behaviors PARENT Advising Criticizing Ordering Telling Fault Finding Moralizing Scolding Nurturing Caring Loving ADULT Fact Finding Questioning Analyzing Problem Solving Helping Cooperating Planning Coordinating Scheduling Thinking CHILD Laughing Crying Sulking Being Frightened Playing Enjoying Dancing Curiosity Obeying Dependent
  • 17. "I'm OK - You're OK”
  • 18. Ego States Basic Needs I’m Not OK, You’re Not OK I’m OK, You’re not OK I’m OK You’re OK I‘m Not OK, You’re OK Life Positions ADULT Rationality Cynical Task Obsessive Problem Solving PARENT Over- whelming Regulating Love, Care Power Traditional Over Indulgent Prescriptive Rescuing Normative Supportive Indifferent Ingratiating CHILD Adaptive Reactive Creative Nurturing Approval, Safety Aggression Creativity Sulking Withdrawn Humorous Complaining Aggressive Bohemian Resilient Confronting Innovative Dependent Intropunitive Satirical Ego States Basic Needs I’m Not OK, You’re Not OK I’m OK, You’re not OK I’m OK You’re OK I‘m Not OK, You’re OK Life Positions ADULT Rationality Cynical Task Obsessive Problem Solving PARENT Over- whelming Regulating Love, Care Power Traditional Over Indulgent Prescriptive Rescuing Normative Supportive Indifferent Ingratiating CHILD Adaptive Reactive Creative Nurturing Approval, Safety Aggression Creativity Sulking Withdrawn Humorous Complaining Aggressive Bohemian Resilient Confronting Innovative Dependent Intropunitive Satirical
  • 19. . Aim of Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy Aim of Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy 1. To help a person to choose to be in a particular inner state, instead of just allowing the current ego- state to dominate feelings, attitudes and behavior. 2. Changing the Life Script 3. Replacing organizational or societal scripting with cooperative non-violent behavior is the aim of other applications of Transactional Analysis.
  • 20. .
  • 21. Complementary transactions • A complementary transaction occurs when a message, sent from a specific ego state, gets the predicted response from a specific ego state in the other person. • For example, if a wife who is grieving her lost friend is comforted by a sympathetic husband, her momentary dependency is answered appropriately.
  • 22. .. Crossed Transactions A crossed transaction occurs when an unexpected response is made to the stimulus. An inappropriate ego state is activated, and the lines of communication between people are crossed. At this point people tend to withdraw, turn away from each other or switch the conversation in another direction. For example, Agent's Adult: "Do you know where my cuff links are?" (note that this stimuli is directed at the Respondents Adult). Respondent's Child: "You always blame me for everything!"
  • 23. Crossed transactions are a frequent source of pain between people
  • 24. Ulterior Transactions Ulterior transactions are the most complex. They differ from complementary and crossed transactions in that they always involve two or more ego states. Only one ego state controls the body; but another ego state is operating in the background. If a car salesman says to his customer, "This is our finest sports car...but maybe too racy for you," he is sending a message that can be heard by either the customer’s adult or child ego state. If the customer’s Adult hears, the response may be... "yes, you’re right, considering the requirements of my job." If the customer’s Child hears, the response may be "I’ll take it. It’s just what I want."
  • 25. Thus ulterior transactions help us to get the desired response from the respondent.
  • 26. The original three Parent Adult Child components were sub-divided by Wagner, Joines and Mountain to form seven element model. Original 3 parental adult child components Traditional Transactional Analysis Modified into 7 elements. Modern Transactional Analysis
  • 27. Modern TA established 2 parental elements:
  • 28. Adult Represents an 'accounting' function or mode Adult remains as a single entity Which can draw on The resources of both Parent and Child.
  • 29. Child Child is now commonly represented as circle with four quadrants: Adapted - Co-operative (positive) and Compliant/Resistant (negative). Free - Spontaneous (positive) and Immature (negative).
  • 30. CONCLUSION Transactional analysis is a rational and easy-to- understand method of clarifying and managing human relationships and behaviors.
  • 31. Thank you