Blog 69 brought me to 2011. As I looked to see what came next, I realised that since then I have mostly published my ideas in ways that make them easily accessible online. Many of them are available on my website as free downloads, and many have been published within the IDTA Newsletter, which is also freely available to download, here.
One exception being that I co-wrote an article about the TA Proficiency Awards which I project manage. This appeared in the Transactional Analysis Journal, which is of course only available if you, or your institution, pays for access. Although I can use the material in my own work, I am not allowed to post the article on a website – in fact, the publishers wanted $1500 a year just to let me show a link to it - and that was the reduced fee after I pointed out that it was a volunteer-run social action initiative. Fortunately, if you want to know about the TA Proficiency Awards, you can find plenty of information, here.
I am therefore coming to the conclusion of this series of blogs. There seems no point in reproducing something that you may well have read already, and that you can have easy access to in any case. So in this blog I am now giving you a list of topics that I published material about during 2011 and 2012. Each topic is a link that will take you straight to the article – just click on the ones that interest you and happy reading!
My next blog will do the same for 2013 – and so on until we reach the present day.
Affect Script Psychology IDTA Newsletter 6:1 6-7
Positive Psychology IDTA Newsletter 6:4 5 & 7
Schema Therapy IDTA Newsletter 6:4 6-7
Transactional Analysis and Social Roles IDTA Newsletter 6:4 8
Multi-Party Contracting: A Prison Environment Example IDTA Newsletter 7:4 10-14
Deconfusion – Download of item posted on LinkedIn Transactional Analysis Group
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