In this livestream workshop I bring together the Radical from our past with contemporary (Relational) Transactional Analysis. My motivation in integrating these two approaches is that both speak to my personal philosophy. From radical psychiatry, I honor our roots in reforming thinking and practice. Relational TA is a different reminder of our roots and integrates contemporary thinking from the broad relational field, which has further informed our theories and practices.Read More
Me, My Family, My People: Social Identity and Radical Psychiatry in Transactional Analysis – Karen Minikin
The radical psychiatry movement in the late 1960’s and 1970s proposed all mental difficulties are forms of alienation.
At the social level, this means feeling isolated from our work and relationships. Internally, we may feel psychologically alienated from different parts of our self.
This #TATuesday discussion explores the significance of social identity in TA and the ways in which radical psychiatry can inform our thinking and practice.Read More
Unable to resist shouting ‘I told you so!’ from the front of a room somewhere in the Royal Agricultural University, Pete Sanders, does just that.
He revisits some old stuff, brings some new stuff, and asks whether the end has come for diagnosis. Again!Read More