Developed by psychiatrist Eric Berne in the 1950s, TA is a form of psychoanalytic theory and type of therapy which Berne described as both neo- and extra-Freudian. TA focuses on the characteristics of social interactions and how internal ego states determine how effectively we communicate with others.
In this one-hour workshop, we will explore how communication is helped or hindered by complementary and crossed transactions and how psychological game-playing is widespread in many of our relationships and social situations.
Tickets include admission to the Museum.
£8 - £10
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