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Eric Berne Papers MSS.2013.18
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This collection includes audio recordings on 51 audiocassette tapes and 14 CDs. Recordings were created by the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA). Content relates to meetings of the San Francisco Social Psychiatry Seminars (SFSPS) and includes group therapy sessions, reports of conferences and presentations, and discussions of transactional analysis. The collection also includes seven introductory lectures on audiocassette on transactional analysis (Transactional Analysis 101) by Eric Berne. The recordings were copied to 14 CDs in 2006. Original recordings date from 1963-1970.
Eric L. Berne (1910-1970) was a practicing psychiatrist, lecturer and author. Best known for his development of the theory of Transactional Analysis, Berne published dozens of scholarly articles in the field of psychoanalysis and was the author of eight major books, including the bestseller Games People Play. He was a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, a Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, a Corresponding Member of the Indian Psychiatric Society, and a member of the American Medical Association and the American Group Psychotherapy Association. He served as a consultant in psychiatry at Mt. Zion Hospital and at the McAuley Neuropsychiatric Institute (St. Mary’s Hospital) in San Francisco, and was an Associate Psychiatrist and Lecturer in Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center.
1.3 Linear feet (2 boxes)
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Collection is open for research.