Permission, Protection, and Potency: The “Three Ps” Reconsidered – Keith Tudor

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7th May @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am

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This workshop offers participants an opportunity to discuss a key piece of TA theory. Based on his article on the subject (published in the Transactional Analysis Journal in 2016), the workshop will review these concepts, and discuss Keith’s extension of the classification of permissions. The three Ps are reconsidered not only as qualities and skills of the transactional analyst but also, and rather, as principles that reflect a two-person, relational psychology and psychotherapy.

Keith Tudor, PhD, CQSW, Dip. Psychotherapy, TSTA(P) is a 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 aimed at trainees and qualified practitioners, from all fields.  

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7th May
8:30 am - 10:30 am
£15.00 – £30.00

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