Transactional Analysis Therapy

Transactional Analysis Therapy

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Transactional Analysis is thought to help people with a number of psychological and emotional problems.

How It Works?

Transactional Analysis is based on the theory that we have three different parts of our personality: the parent, adult and child and our mental health and wellbeing is dependent on our ability to move between these effectively.  Transactional Analysis explores which of these parts we use most often and how this can be changed to enhance our relationships.



A Recent Testimonial

“I cannot comment positively enough on the psychologist I saw at The British CBT & Counselling Service. She provided a structured yet flexible framework for discussing my issues, was insightful and at times necessarily firm and challenging which was exactly the sort of counsellor I had hoped to be paired with”.
Rebecca - Clapham

What Does the Research Say?

Research studies found positive outcomes when Transactional Analysis was combined with behavioural modification to treat child and adolescent behavioural problems.  Whilst there are studies that suggest Transactional Analysis yields positive outcomes, this approach is currently lacking a robust evidence base, unlike therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Further Reading

For more information, see The Counselling Directory – Transactional Analysis

Recommended Books:

T A Today: A New Introduction to Transactional Analysis by Ian Stewart & Vann Joines


Prices can be found on our Fees Page. If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to call 0800 002 9068 or fill out a contact form.


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All of our Therapists offer Transactional Analysis Therapy, click here to view the team.