18th June @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Berne drew on many different influences while developing his thinking about ego states, particularly during the early days of expounding transactional analysis theory. By the time of his death, in 1970, he had presented several variations of his original structural ego state model, which was typical of the creative, integrative, and developmental approach to theory that defined him.
Maybe an unavoidable consequence of his creativity, however, Berne seemed unconcerned by the inconsistencies that began to appear as he made these creative, albeit contradictory leaps, particularly around the way that he thought about the second-order structure(s) and the nature of the Adult Ego State. Berne’s early death meant that these discrepancies were never addressed by him. As a result, and no doubt inspired by both his creativity and creative leaps, Berne inspired those who came after him to keep advancing and clarifying his original ideas.
Each member of this this Round Table Discussion, has been thus inspired and so will talk and critique together the ways in which they have subsequently made sense of and adopted a model or models of ego states that helps them to think about and anchor their work.
Heather Fowlie is a TSTA working in private practice as a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer in Surrey. She is a founder member of IARTA and is particularly interested in integrating other models of psychotherapy, especially object relations within a relational approach to transactional analysis.
Adrienne Lee is a TSTA, UKCP Registered Psychotherapist, and Master Practitioner in NLP. She has been practising as a psychotherapist for over 30 years and centrally involved in the development of TA in Britain from its earliest beginnings. Originally trained by the late Professor John Allaway, she is a founder member and past Chair of the UK’s Institute of Transactional Analysis (ITA). She also served in many committee posts in the ITA and the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP), and is a past President of the European Association of TA (EATA). In 2010, she was awarded the EATA Gold Medal, given for “outstanding services to TA in Europe”.
Charlotte Sills is a psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice, Visiting Professor at Middlesex University and Professor of Coaching at Ashridge Business School. Amongst her many publications are Transactional Analysis – A Relational Perspectivewith Helena Hargaden (Routledge 2002) for which they were awarded the Eric Berne Memorial Award in 2007. In the same year, Charlotte was awarded the EATA gold medal for services to the TA community.
Keith Tudor, PhD, CQSW, Dip. Psychotherapy, TSTA(P) is professor of psychotherapy at Auckland University of Technology, Aotearoa New Zealand. He was a founder member of the IARTA and contributed to the formulation of its relational principles. He has a small private practice in West Auckland as a health care provider and transactional analyst, and an international wider practice online offering psychotherapy, supervision, and training.
This workshop is open to all qualifications and will focus mainly on the psychotherapy field, although other fields may find the discussion of interest.
£20 members/£40.00 non-members.
Ticket sales will close on Saturday 17th June at 12 noon
Please note this workshop will be recorded.
The Zoom Link will be sent out to all participants the day before the event.