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Born to Win: Transaction Analysis with Gestalt Experiments e-book

Author:

Muriel James,Dorothy Jongeward

Language:

English

Category:

Fitness

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Psychology & Counseling

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1827 kb

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Rating:

4.1

Publisher:

Signet (July 11, 1978)

ISBN:

0451081692

Born to Win: Transaction Analysis with Gestalt Experiments e-book

by Muriel James,Dorothy Jongeward


This book is based on two of the best models for self-development, Gestalt and Transactional Analysis

Muriel James is a licensed marriage and family counselor, an international consultant in human relations to corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies, and was an advisor to the California Commission on the Status of Women. Dr. James received her doctorate from the University of California at Berkely. She is past president of the International Transactional Analysis Association, and was a colleague of Dr. Eric Berne. This book is based on two of the best models for self-development, Gestalt and Transactional Analysis.

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Muriel James, Dorothy Jongeward. If you want to have more control over your life, work more efficiently, and love others happily, Born to Win will help bring out the insight and confidence of a born winner. One of the all-time classic self-help books-with over four million in print. Twenty-five years and four million readers show that Born to Win can change lives for the better. For the general reader is probably the clearest and most up-to-date statement of the current thinking in transactional analysis, and easily the best of the popular books.

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Dorothy Jongeward, P. one of the first management consultants to focus on the interpersonal side of productivity, taught for many years on the extension faculty of the University of California, Berkeley.

by Dorothy Jongeward and Muriel James. Its fifty gestalt exercises have helped a generation realize how they communicate with others and think about themselves. Born to Win ", is a book I read 20 years back, & have kept going back to ever since

by Dorothy Jongeward and Muriel James. Born to Win ", is a book I read 20 years back, & have kept going back to ever since. It is an insight into the inner self of a person, without a whole lot of technical jargon. Its fun reading, with a whole lot of telling-it-all pictures, stories, anecdotes. It stays simple, which is very difficult when the subject is technical. Its a great gift to a confused teenager, a groping adult, a troubled parent or just about anybody. Issues of trust come attached to almost every human interaction, yet few people realize how powerfully their ability to determine trustworthiness predicts future success. Muriel James is a licensed marriage and family counselor, an international consultant in human relations to corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies, and was an advisor to the California Commission on the Status of Women.

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Acebiolane
I'm an old guy--much older than I ever imagined being. When I was young, I was introduced, as part of a workshop at work, to the ideas of Transactional Analysis. While there were many exceptional books about the concept, such as "I'm Okay, You're Okay," and "Games People Play," this was the one book that brought all of the concepts together.

And it's not BS.

Years later, TA is but a minor memory from my youth. But, then I see someone engaging in a game of "Why don't you? Yes, but?" and I get reminded of how valuable this book is.
Goltikree
This is a really good book in spite its age. In other words it's timeless. I have read it before and the older edition had perhaps a better winner and loser thinking section in it, although these sections in the old version could have used some improvement, and in some ways they did, but in some ways they did not by unneeded editing.. I have not read the sections on sexuality, because, simply put that is not were my concerns are then or now. The rest I know to be pretty darn good.
Rare
I first discovered this book in the original edition in the early 1970s and used it for a course in self-discovery that I taught at the University of Akron. Since then I have purchased and given away many copies. The book continues to be relevant and the latest update, only extends the value by putting more up to date illustrations.

This book is based on two of the best models for self-development, Gestalt and Transactional Analysis. These two meld nicely into the latest information coming out of the field and research.
Lianeni
I bought this for a family member, as I had studied Transactional analysis in the 1970's. In reviewing it, I found that it had updated and useful information. Very good.
Anasius
read this book when i was a little girl and it gave me so much insight on so many things. I love it so much I re-read it as an adult. its a great book about psychology that you can use in your everyday life. I recommend to anyone who wants to better understand him/herself and other people.
Zololmaran
This is a book from the 70s, but it continues to be positive and helpful to anyone who wants to know why they "tock" when they should be "ticking" and wants to be mentally and emotionally healthier.
Fantastic self-help tool!
Brakree
I have been a practicing pychologist for almost thirty years. have my original yellowed copy with broken back, prominant on my shelf. I refer people to this book and work them through it as a course in thinking and feeling change!

It is clear and understandable. I was taught Transactional Analysis by my Clinical professor. We also used TA in the theraputic community when I was a prison psychologist. The authors combine gestalt process along with transactional models. Eric Berne the creator of TA was trained in Freudian Psychology so there is some parallels. But the language is concrete and the sources of the content are tangible. It is a process oriented book, with some insight thrown in.

There is criticism about a lack of philosophical orientation, but I continue to recomend this book after many years, and send my patients/clients out to find it. Hopefully we will continue to keep it being published.

Possibly an updated version? Why? You may not be old enough to remember when the grocery store gave out gold and green stamps for merchandise redemtion? So the idea of collecting stamps as a way of describing building up feelings of injustice may be confusing.

I have used this as a text in bibliotherapy for some clients who radically changed there lives before my eyes.

I highly recomend this book! I actually do! In my practice!

I am continuing to recomend this book to my clients. As I mentioned above it is a little dated. Eric Bernes was a classicaly trained therapist. he found that using more specific everyday labels of our memories and learning placed into simple, recognizable, concepts allows every person to understand. It combined with other skills provides insight as to why we behave as we do.

This version is a 25th anniversary edition. LOL! I recomend it !
great book. I studied this in College and wanted a copy for myself. This played a great impact on my life.

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