CAUTIONARY STATEMENTThese slide shows are from
Preparations for various
Lectures and Clinical
Presentations in PowerPoint.
Some of these are better understood
when my narration is present.
I present them here for the
value that you may be able to get
from them without the narration.
Some of these are also available in HANDOUTS and TA-TUTOR
How to diagnose Ego-States.
And with the Game Formula.
Claude Steiner’s Stroke Economy. Think about
the impact on ourselves if we live this way.
My ideas about Kohlberg’s 6 stages of Moral
Development and how TA theory may be applied.
Some ideas about scripting and the script formula.
A graphic perspective about scripting.
VALUES IN THERAPY
Psychotherapy is not value-free. A Therapists’s
values give direction to the psychotherapy.
Steve Karpman MD’s Drama Triangle - A basic Tool.
Some ideas about the Quinby Durable Triangle.
Working without a contract.
DRAMA TRIANGLE SIMULATION
Scripted ideas about the Drama Triangle.
Both Content and Process examination.
Some ideas about ego-states.
MY TA INTRO 1
Some ideas when I introduce TA in the intake.
MY TA INTRO 2
Some more ideas about TA in the intake.
More ideas for the intake interview.
The purpose of therapy is change. Everything else
is an outcome of change.
Some ideas about power.
An interesting idea about just who has POWER !
A currency is a medium of exchange. In relationships there
are 14 currencies. There are 5 primary currencies that
children learn about in childhood: SEX - POWER -
MONEY - WORDS - FEELINGS.
The 6 psychological hungers with a chart showing
how the hungers may relate to the 14 currencies.
The importance of contracts in treatment.
F.A.S.T. model for therapeutic intervention.
Most of therapy is not rocket science.
Pay attention to the basics to not get distracted.
Some ideas about my homework in therapy. These slides
also need some of my narration to fully understand them,
but many are self-explanatory.
Some of the illusions and false beliefs in relationships.
DISCOUNTING IN RELATIONSHIPS
All games start with the initiators and responders
discounts. Ignoring each other’s issues in a relationship leads
to conflict and usually the Drama Triangle results as it plays out.
See TA-TUTOR The Drama Triangle
Some ideas about how words can make
LIVING WELL 1
A few ideas and premises for change and living well.
LIVING WELL 2
More living well ideas.
This is a complex showing of some of the brain
factors influencing our behavior. One idea about
Nature vs. Nurture
Some ideas about culture impacts and conflicts.
Breaking up the dichotomy of forced choice.
See TA-TUTOR section and select - Attitude Triangle
for explanation of forced choice options
A series of images that I thought was interesting.
These are some of my mind-maps that require
some narration when I present them in a seminar.
A mind map about problem concepts.
SENIOR-CHILDThe Child is alive in us, regardless of our years.
The Child is alive in us, regardless of our years.
These are 8 hidden agendas that many people
experience without being aware of them, or the
These are 12 blocks to effective listening.
These are 10 cognitive traps in thinking. These all have
their own poor consequences.
These are a series of illustrations of various
aspects of Transactional Analysis. These, ofcourse, are best presented with my narration.
A selection of the PAC-PICTURES of the KICK-ME
game. Pretty self-explanatory.
A selection of the PAC-PICTURES of the
DRAMA-TRIANGLE Pretty self-explanatory.
1. The Drama Triangle at work.
2. The switch in the Drama Triangle.
4. Everybody reading from their ”scripts”
for the ”next time”.
A number of interesting visual illusions that I use in many
of my presentations.
Interesting Einstein-Monroe illusion. Same image shows
as different images depending upon viewing distance.
Followed by the ”trained brain” filling in what it needs.
BEFORE-AFTERWhat you see is not always what you get.
Some humorous examples of magical thinking.
Four styles of psychological attachment
in relationships based on childhood experiences.
Some ideas about client types and distribution.
WHO I AM
Some of my background