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Eric Berne

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This 2001 edition of this soft cover publication is in good condition.  Whilst there are no ink markings or annotations , very many pages have small coloured paper squares on them to indicate important points/break pints to a previous owner (see photo for example).  The soft cover in undamaged but bows away from the main body of the book.
Ian Stewart has done an outstanding job of presenting a comprehensive overview of Eric Berne, his life, his philosophy and his significant contributions to the fields of personality and psychotherapy... Stewart has made a significant and unique contribution to the literature of transactional analysis. This book deserves reading by all transactional analysts - Transactional Analysis Journal Eric Berne is probably still best known as the author of the bestselling Games People Play, yet his professional writings on transactional analysis fill several books and his practice of psychotherapy was distilled from more than thirty years experience of work with clients. Ian Stewart draws Berne's ideas together in a unique and accessible form and concludes that Berne emerges not only as a skilled communicator but also as a profound thinker who offers a major contribution to counselling and psychotherapy this century.

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Author(s):
Stewart,Ian
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
216x138x10
EAN-13:
9780803984677
Edition:
2001 reprint
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0803984677
ISBN-13:
9780803984677
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
175
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Title:
Eric Berne

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This 2001 edition of this soft cover publication is in good condition.  Whilst there are no ink markings or annotations , very many pages have small coloured paper squares on them to indicate important points/break pints to a previous owner (see photo for example).  The soft cover in undamaged but bows away from the main body of the book.
Ian Stewart has done an outstanding job of presenting a comprehensive overview of Eric Berne, his life, his philosophy and his significant contributions to the fields of personality and psychotherapy... Stewart has made a significant and unique contribution to the literature of transactional analysis. This book deserves reading by all transactional analysts - Transactional Analysis Journal Eric Berne is probably still best known as the author of the bestselling Games People Play, yet his professional writings on transactional analysis fill several books and his practice of psychotherapy was distilled from more than thirty years experience of work with clients. Ian Stewart draws Berne's ideas together in a unique and accessible form and concludes that Berne emerges not only as a skilled communicator but also as a profound thinker who offers a major contribution to counselling and psychotherapy this century.

Author(s):
Stewart,Ian
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
216x138x10
EAN-13:
9780803984677
Edition:
2001 reprint
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0803984677
ISBN-13:
9780803984677
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
175
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Title:
Eric Berne

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