Karen was recently in conversation with Mary Anna Wright of the Coaching Presence Academy talking about her new book on Transactional Analysis Coaching.

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3 People in Your Head – A conversation with Karen about her journey and work as a TA Educator

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Transactional Analysis Coaching

A new book that distills the essence of Transactional Analysis as applied to coaching, has recently been published.

I am excited to have combined two aspects that have been foundational to who I am and how I work, into an easily accessible book as part of the Coaching Distinctive Features series edited by Windy Dryden and published by Routledge.

See here for more details and a discount offer and here to order.


Karen recently facilitated a webinar for the Americas Coaching Supervision Network entitled: Use of Self: A TA perspective on working positively with the parallel process in supervision.

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Next generation Developmental Conversations – Emerging trends in the Coronavirus era
Karen Pratt
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Emergence of the Educational Transactional Analyst
Karen Pratt
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Coach Supervision – One size fits all?
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What makes Supervision different from Coaching?
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Life Offline Stories of Connectedness in Faith Communities
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The value of Contracting in TA training groups
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Using AI to contract with a TA learning group
Karen Pratt PTSTA
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Transactional Analysis Transforms Community Care Workers in South Africa.
Karen Pratt and Mandisa Mbaligontsi
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International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA)

International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research (IJTAR)

Institute of Developmental Transactional Analysis (IDTA)

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