with Charlotte Sills (UK) and Jo Stuthridge (NZ)
This workshop, held in London and and at the EATA conference in Oslo, explored Berne’s ideas about games, alongside contemporary concepts like enactment. A pdf of the slides is available here.
Jo Stuthridge MSc, NZAP is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (Psychotherapy) and a registered psychotherapist in New Zealand. She maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Dunedin, and is director of the Physis Institute. She has written numerous articles and chapters on aspects of psychotherapy, most recently Traversing the Fault Lines: Trauma and Enactment (TAJ October 2012), which was also the subject of her keynote speech at the 2011 IARTA Conference. Jo is currently a co-editor for the Transactional Analysis Journal.
Charlotte Sills MA, MSc (Psychotherapy), PGCE, Dip Systemic Integrative Psychotherapy, UKCP Registered Psychotherapist, TSTA (ITAA). Charlotte is a counsellor and psychotherapist in private practice and a member of faculty at Metanoia Institute and Ashridge Consulting. She is a qualified Transactional Analysis clinician and a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (Psychotherapy). She is the author of many publications in the field of counselling and psychotherapy, including An Introduction to Transactional Analysis with Phil Lapworth (Sage) Transactional Analysis – A Relational Approach with Helena Hargaden (Routledge 2001) and Relational TA: Principles in Practice, edited with Heather Fowlie (Karnac 2011). With Helena Hargaden she was awarded the Eric Berne Memorial Award in 2007.