Using an Anonymous Current Client or One You Have Worked with in the Past, Apply the Methods Discussed in This Module to Their Case and Discuss What You Think Could Have Been Achieved.”

What is Transactual analysis
Transactual analysis is a commonly used as a brief and solution- focussed approach but can offer a client an effective long term solution.   It was founded in the late 1950`s by Eric Berne. Transactual Analysis works can work with individual clients as well as group therapy, with families, couples or groups of people.   It is a talking therapy that is designed to explore the client’s personality and how their experiences have shaped it.   It is designed to be non-judgemental, secure and respectful of the client, it is vital that a good relationship between the therapist and the client is achieved in order to work effectively.   Transactual analysis works on the here and now helping the client to develop creative constitutive solutions for their day to day life and shows them other options that are available in a situation, after all it is the responsivity of the individual to think what they want in live.   We can all change the decisions that we make; we are the masters of our own destiny.   It’s the therapist’s job to help the client to realise this, both making an equal contribution of effort in achieving the client’s goal.   Transactual analysis therapists work on the theory that we all have the potential to live the life that we want to, rather the life that we are programmed to live due to repetitive patterns that stemmed from childhood decisions and teachings.   The ultimate goal is for the client to regain absolute autonomy over their lives. states that Eric Berne defines autonomy as the recovery of three vital human capacities, spontaneity, awareness and intimacy.  
Transactional Analysis is a theory which operates as each of the following:
 a theory of personality
 a model of communication
 a study of repetitive patterns of behaviour
Eric Berne stated that everyone has a set of three egos, child, adult and parent.   When we communicate we are using one of these three states to do so. Our...