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Conferencia de claude steiner
Claude Michel Steiner (6 January 1935 – 9 January 2017) was a French-born American psychotherapist and writer who wrote extensively about transactional analysis (TA). His writings focused especially on life scripts, alcoholism, emotional literacy, and interpersonal power plays.
In the 1970s and '80s, Steiner was a founder and practitioner of Radical Psychiatry, a new approach to psychotherapy based in a social theory (of alienation) rather than a medical one (of individual pathology). Influenced by progressive movements of the time, work in this modality continues into the present and is gaining recent recognition worldwide.
Claude steiner s emotional literacy
Steiner was born in Paris, France. His parents were Austrian, his mother Jewish and his father Christian. The family left France in 1939 ahead of the impending Nazi invasion. Eventually the family settled in Mexico.
Steiner was active in political causes. He opposed America's role in Vietnam War and was an outspoken critic of US policy and actions involving Latin America.
Steiner summarized his views in his conclusion to his treatise called "Transactional Aanalysis in the Information Age".
It seems that many in Transactional Analysis are impatient with the state of transactional analysis as a dynamic, developing theory. For myself, I have thought at times that Transactional Analysis has had its day. Many of its ideas have been silently incorporated into the psychiatric culture, but on the whole its point has been missed and it has not been given a place among the great psychiatric theories of the century and I was ready to put it to rest. Accordingly I followed my interest in power and its abuses away from Transactional Analysis into propaganda, journalism and Central American politics. From the distant perspective of an investigator into media and information, in a dawning Information Age I came to see Transactional Analysis in a brand new light; as a visionary theory of Information Age psychology and psychiatry. As the world peers into the twenty-first century with every one wondering how they will be affected by the looming millennial changes, we, in Transactional Analysis, are in possession of a legacy which is only now becoming clear: we have the tools and the insights of an Information Age, communication-based psychology and psychiatry.
Warm Fuzzy Tale
A Warm Fuzzy Tale is a 1970 children's book by Steiner. The fairy tale-like story introduces children to "strokes" and other ideas about social interaction and emotion derived from transactional analysis. It was republished in 1977 as The Original Warm Fuzzy Tale with illustration by Jo Ann Dick, and has since been translated into multiple languages. The slang term warm fuzzies, a reference to positive feelings, derives from the book and its adaptations. The story and ideas derived from it are sometimes used in teaching or counseling about emotion and interaction. In the story, people exchange things called "warm fuzzies" which make them feel happy and warm. A bad witch convinces one character that warm fuzzies are in limited supply and should not be given away. Instead, the witch induces people to exchange "cold pricklies" which make them feel cold. These exchanges symbolize Steiner and Eric Berne's notion of "strokes", recognition and emotional support among people. The story ends by inviting the reader to make warm fuzzies abundant "by freely giving and asking for Warm Fuzzies and being as loving and healthy as you can".
Steiner died at his ranch in Ukiah, California on 9 January 2017 at the age of 82.
1970 Games Alcoholics Play. Grove Press, New York, NY.
A Fairytale. Transactional Analysis Bulletin 1970, #36
Alcoholismo: Una Aplicacion Practica del Analisis Transaccional. Editorial V Siglos. 1976
Alkoholist Spel; Analys av Livsmonster. Studentlitteratur. Stockholm. 1981
A Quoi Jouent Les Alcoholiques; Un nouvelle approche de l'analyse transactionelle. Epi editeurs. 1981
Nog Eentje Dan Een: Psychotreapeutische Behandeling van Alcoholisme. Uitgeverij Bert Bakker. Amsterdam 1979
1971 with John Dusay: "Transactional Analysis" in Comprehensive Group Psychotherapy, R Corsini, ed. Williams and Wilkins, 1971
“The Stroke Economy” Transactional Analysis Journal 1971 No. 03
”A Little Boy’s Dream” Transactional Analysis Journal 1971 No. 01
1972 "The 1971 Eric Berne Scientific Award Acceptance Lecture" (awarded for the article "Script and Counterscript" Transactional Analysis Bulletin 1966, #18) Transactional Analysis Journal 1972, Vol 2 #1.
Quando un Homem Ama Uma Mulher. Editora Gente 1993 São Paulo Brazil
1987 “The Seven Sources of Power: An Alternative to Authority” Transactional Analysis Journal 1987 No. 3
1995 “Thirty Years of Psychotherapy and Transactional Analysis in 1,500 Words or Less” Transactional Analysis Journal 1995 January #1
1996 “Emotional Literacy Training: The Application of Transactional Analysis to
the Study of Emotions” Transactional Analysis Journal 1996, January #1.
1997 Achieving Emotional Literacy. Avon Books, New York.
Emotinale Kompetenz. Hanser. Munchen 1997
Educacao Emocional. Un programa personalizado para desenvolver sua inteligencia emocional. Objetiva. Rio de Janeiro. 1988
Emotioneel Vaardig Worden. Een persoonlijke cursus om emotioneel intelligent te worden. Uitgeverij De Arbeiderspers. Amsterdam. *1998 L'ABC des Emotions; Developer son intelligence emotionelle. InterEditions, Paris 1998
L'Alfabeto delle Emozioni. Sperling and Kupfer. Milano. 1999
La Educacion Emocional. Javier Vergara. Buenos Aires. Argentina.1998
Laer At Laese Folesler, Ashehoug Dansk Forlag, 1999
There is also a Chinese edition by Morningstar Publishing Co. 1999
“Transactional Analysis in the Information Age.” Transactional Analysis Journal, 1997 January # 1
1998 “Critique of Integrative Psychotherapy” Letter to the editor The Script #4 May–June 1998
“Steiner and Erskine/Trautman Dialogue Continues” Letter to the Editor. The Script#8 Nov. 1978
2000 “The Meming of Love; Invention of the Human Heart.” Keynote lecture at the 3rd Adolescence Health Conference at the Royal College of Physicians in London, October 2000. Available on www.emotional-literacy.com/meming.htm
“Apology: The Transactional Analysis of a Fundamental Exchange.” Transactional Analysis Journal 2000 July # 4
2001 “Radical Psychiatry.” In Handbook of Innovative Psychotherapies Raymond Corsini, ed: New York, Wiley and sons 2001
“Science and Transactional Analysis” The Script Jan-Feb
“Finding Correlates to Flights of Fancy” The Script July
2002 “The Development of Transactional Analysis Theory and Practice: A Brief History” The Script December 2002
“The Adult; Once Again, with Feeling” Transactional Analysis Journal January 2002 #1
2003 Emotional Literacy; Intelligence With a Heart. Personhood Press. Fawnskin, California
Response to Helen Hargaden’s article (Script July, 2003) about Eric Berne” A letter to the editor in The Script August 2003
“Theoretical Musings about Ego States” The Script August 2003
“Editorial: Core Concepts.” Special Issue on Core Concepts Transactional Analysis Journal, #2, April 2003
“Core Concepts of a Stroke Centered Transactional Analysis” Transactional Analysis Journal, #2 April 2003
2004 Understanding the Enigma of Eric Berne The Script May–June 2004
"Novey Research Shows Effectiveness of Transactional Analysis." An Interview with Ted Novey. The Script November 2004
2005 "Transactional Analysis: An Elegant Theory and Practice." The Script, March 2005
With Michele Novellino. Theoretical Diversity; A Debate about Transactional Analysis and Psychoanalysis. Transactional Analysis Journal, #2 April 2005.
2006 "Transactional Analysis and Psychoanalysis Writing Styles," Transactional Analysis Journal #3 October 2006