Centro di Formazione e Ricerca in Analisi Transazionale
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1)    Questo articolo è stato pubblicato in Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol 45, No.2, pp.104-116, Aprile 2015. E’ stato tradotto e ripubblicato con il permesso dell’autrice e dell’ITAA (International Transactional Analysis Association).

2)    Jo Stuthridge è didatta e supervisore in analisi transazionale (psicoterapia), membro dell’Associazione della Nuova Zelanda di Psicoterapia. Svolge la sua attività privata di psicoterapia in Dunedin ed è il direttore del Psysis Institute, che offre formazione in analisi transazionale. E’ attualmente professore e  ricercatore associato presso il Dipartimento di Psicoterapia e Counselling presso l’Università della Tecnologia di Aukland  ed è coeditore del Transactional Analysis Journal. Recapiti dell’autrice: Office: 85 Cliffs Rd., Dunedin 9012, New Zealand. L’autrice è profondamente grata ai suoi clienti che le hanno permesso di condividere queste storie.

email: jstuthridge@xtra.co.nz 

3)    Psicologa, psicoterapeuta, analista transazionale in training.

4)    NdR: le pagine indicate nelle citazioni si riferiscono ai testi originali.

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