Interpersonal Communication with Transactional Analysis

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Interpersonal communications - a brief background to transactional analysis and an exercise for undergraduate students to work with.

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Interpersonal Communication with Transactional Analysis

  1. 1. InterpersonalCommunication A brief look atTransactional Analysis Murray Hunter (with the narratives supplied by my organization behaviour students at University Malaysia Perlis
  2. 2. Parent Parent Ego State Behaviours, thoughts and feelings copied from parents and parent figures. Adult Ego State Adult Behaviours, thoughts and feelings are direct responses to here and now. Child Ego State Child Behaviours, thoughts and feelings are replayed from childhood.
  3. 3. You MeParent Parent Adult Adult Child Child Transactional Analysis relationship Dynamics
  4. 4. Controlling Parent Parent Nurturing Parent Controlling Adult Adult Nurturing Adult Immature Child Child Creative Child
  5. 5. Okay my dear son, letmummy tell you the story. (Nurturing mother) Mummy, what is this? Can you tell me the story about this. (creative child)
  6. 6. Hey , who is that guy you were with!!!?(controlling mother )
  7. 7. Stop, I don’t want to go to school today (immature child )
  8. 8. I don’t have money anymore!!!!!!!! (controlling adult)
  9. 9. Congratulations on your graduation. Good luck. (nurturing adult)
  10. 10. Honey, Can you cook for metoday.perhaps, some tom yum honey. (nurturing adult)Altenative: I love U Sayang (darling) (Creative child)
  11. 11. @#$&%%$!!!!!!! Ya(immature child )
  12. 12. Lalalalallalaalala (Creative child)
  13. 13. Watch the following conversationbetween two students (or film clip) anddetermine the transactional dynamics of the conversation (i.e., parent-parent,Adult-Adult, Child-Child, Parent-Adult, or Parent-child).
  14. 14. A Tool for developing well-being in psychology andcounseling – good for helping people get overParanoia, Phobias, Anxieties, Fears, Obsessions,Compulsions , Guilt, Blaming, Shame, Anger, Hate,Depression, Hopelessness , Relationship issues,Self Esteem, and GriefAn important tool in organizational development andeliminate dysfunctional organizational behaviours.

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