My experience with Transactional Analysis in Therapy | Ramitha Ramesh | Podcast | Therapy for Thoughts

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My experience with Transactional Analysis in Therapy | Ramitha Ramesh | Podcast | Therapy for Thoughts

What is Transactional Analysis?

Transactional Analysis is a type of psycho-therapeutic approach which was developed by a psychiatrist by the name Dr. Eric Berne in the late 1950s. It is referred to as a part of modern psychology and is used for promoting personal growth and change. Dr. Berne developed this approach as he was inspired by personality theories by Sigmund Freud. 

Transaction Analysis (TA) addresses an individual’s interactions and communications in therapy which is then used to establish and reinforce the idea that the individual is capable of reaching their full potential in different spheres of life.

TA has a theory of personality that follows an ego state model – which follows the idea that all of us act from 3 ego states mainly – adult, parent and child. The idea is that all our beliefs and patterns are formed in our early childhood, and we just replay them throughout our life even when they can be harmful to us. It is about finding the roots of these patterns and breaking off from these cycles of patterns for self-development and change.

Podcast | My experience with Transactional Analysis in Therapy | Ramitha Ramesh

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Ms. Ramitha Ramesh

Ms. Ramitha Ramesh, is a student pursuing post graduation in psychology from TISS, India. In this podcast, she talks about her experience with therapy. As a psychology student, she was aware about the Transactional Analysis as a therapeutic approach. For her personal issues, she considered seeking help from a psychologist who could use TA and help her reach her full potential. 

The concepts of Transactional Analysis are well explained by Ms. Ramitha Ramesh in this podcast episode. She further tells the listeners how TA benefited her in managing her anxiety and stress. Ms. Ramitha also shares her piece of advice for listeners as in why they should go for therapy and when and why they should resort to Transactional Analysis. 

About MHT Podcast | Therapy for Thoughts

Therapy for Thoughts is a Podcast Series developed by MHT India. The episodes from this series are dedicated towards creating an awareness around therapy amongst listeners. Since therapy and counseling is an ever-evolving field of psychology, MHT India, considers educating and updating listeners regarding the new changes and development in therapy can be beneficial for them in order to seek the right support for their specific needs.

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