Transactional Analysis in Russia

Peer-review electronic journal

Editor-in-chief

Publisher

  • International Institute of Developmental Transactional Analysis (WEB: https://mir-ta.ru/

About

Transactional Analysis in Russia is the first Russian-language electronic journal, which is entirely devoted to Transactional Analysis (TA). Our journal publishes articles, reviews, announcements, interviews and a variety of other useful and interesting information. The main purpose of the journal is to promote TA research to expand the pool of evidence-based approaches to therapy, and to create an information platform to share views in the professional community.

Types of accepted articles

  • Scientific part
  • Original research in the TA field
  • Meta-analysis and literature reviews
  • Translation of the most important research and practice-oriented articles in TA and related fields
  • A developmental publicist section
  • Page of associations and Russian-speaking delegates (free of charge)
  • Announcements of events and books
  • Observations and essays from students
  • Reflections on events from readers in the TA community.
  • Announcements of events and books
  • Supervisory sessions in the pages of the journal

 

Subscription and Access

  • The journal will be published 3 times a year
  • The journal will be published electronically
  • The journal will have a paid subscription for readers and complimentary terms for authors

Publication, distribution and indexation

  • Russian and English full-text articles;
  • journal is publishing 3 times per year;
  • no APC, Hybrid Access

Indexation

  • CrossRef
  • Google Scholar
  • WorldCat

Announcements

 
No announcements have been published.
 
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Current Issue

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Vol 2, No 1 (2022)

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From the editor-in-chief

The first issue for 2022 — the dialogue of times and generations
Fedotov I.A.
Abstract

The article provides an overview of the content of the journal issue number 1 for 2022 from the Editor-in-Chief.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):6-7
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The language of science

Life scripts in the Integrative Transactional Analysis: opportunities and limitations of the approach
Marinheiro Fanya E.
Abstract

This article analyzes the opportunities and limitations of working with a life scripts within the framework of an integrative approach in transactional analysis. This is illustrated and shown by the example of a practical case of working with a client. The integrative approach in transactional analysis claims to be a comprehensive and in-depth study of the life scripts, including the body level, and is consistent with the latest research in neuroscience, in the field of building contact and therapist-client relationships.

Using this approach, the script is worked through gently and deeply at four possible levels: survival reactions, implicit and explicit memory, and introjects. Script cure happens in four directions: cognitive, affective, bodily, and behavioral.

The script with this approach is carefully and deeply worked out at four possible levels: survival reactions, implicit and explicit memory, introjects. The healing of the script takes place in four directions: cognitive, affective, bodily and behavioral.

The script system as a tool in practice allows psychologists and psychotherapists in practice to approach life script healing systematically and at all the levels simultaneously, to better understand the intrapsychic functions of the script and begin to heal through the relationship from the very first meetings with a client.

The article will compare and analyze the classical «Keyhole» model, which brings together all the methods of the integrative approach and the sequence of the therapy process, and its adapted version intended to be used with the Brainspotting method, in order to show by example the limitations of the integrative approach methods when applying the classic model and how they can be overcome in practice.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):8-23
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"I'm OK, You're OK"

A teachers in Russia: who is who?
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

The article features interviews with ten principal trainers certified by the European Association for Transactional Analysis.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):24-26
pages 24-26 views
Tatiana Agibalova: “I am able to ignite and motivate people“
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

An interview with Tatyana Agibalova, a teacher certified by the European Association of Transactional Analysis, about how she chose the Transactional Analysis modality and the specifics of her teaching.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):27-29
pages 27-29 views
Alla Babich: “TA gave me a chance to move toward me and I got my breath back“
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

An interview with Alla Babich, a trainer certified by the European Association of Transactional Analysis, about how he chose the modality of Transactional Analysis and the particularities of his teaching.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):30-33
pages 30-33 views
Boris Volodin: “One of my speciality is teaching psychologists the basics of psychiatric knowledge“
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

An interview with Boris Volodin, a teacher certified by the European Association of Transactional Analysis, about how he chose the Transactional Analysis modality and the specifics of his teaching.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):34-36
pages 34-36 views
Vladimir Gusakovsky: “I came to psychology because of the devices that I created for psychological research“
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

An interview with Vladimir Gusakovsky, a trainer certified by the European Association of Transactional Analysis, about how he chose the modality of Transactional Analysis and the particularities of his teaching.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):37-39
pages 37-39 views
Alla Dalit: “My rebellious nature first encountered a force that I could not budge“
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

An interview with Alla Dalit, a teacher certified by the European Association of Transactional Analysis, about how she chose the Transactional Analysis modality and the specifics of her teaching.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):40-42
pages 40-42 views
Nadezhda Zuykova: “No diagnosis should be a verdict and cannot erase life“
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

An interview with Nadezhda Zuykova, a trainer certified by the European Association of Transactional Analysis, about how she chose the modality of Transactional Analysis and the particularities of her teaching.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):43-46
pages 43-46 views
Tatyana Sizikova: “I teach to speak two languages: the internal transactional-analytical kitchen and the human language“
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

An interview with Tatiana Sizikova, a teacher certified by the European Association of Transactional Analysis, about how she chose the Transactional Analysis modality and the specifics of her teaching.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):47-51
pages 47-51 views
Elena Soboleva: “Feelings played a big role in my becoming a TA student“
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

An interview with Elena Soboleva, a teacher certified by the European Association of Transactional Analysis, about how she chose the Transactional Analysis modality and the specifics of her teaching.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):52-55
pages 52-55 views
Liudmila Sjoholm: “I teach to see the pros, to connect to resources“
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

An interview with Liudmila Sjоholm, a teacher certified by the European Association of Transactional Analysis, about how she chose the Transactional Analysis modality and the peculiarities of her teaching.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):56-58
pages 56-58 views
Dmitry Shustov: “I hope to understand the conditions for storing and reproducing implicit information about the future“
Mkhitaryan A.O.
Abstract

An interview with Dmitry Shustov, a trainer certified by the European Association of Transactional Analysis, about how he chose the modality of Transactional Analysis and the particularities of his teaching.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):59-61
pages 59-61 views

Translation in the field of TA

Dmitry Kasyanov: “I am proud that the terms I have translated have remained unchanged so far“
Kochetkova-Korelova O.V.
Abstract

D. D. Kasyanov in an interview shares his memories of the first translations of Eric Berne's books and their first editions. The article discusses the correct and incorrect terms from the translator's point of view, which are used in some modern publications. An explanation is given of the main terms of TA.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):62-65
pages 62-65 views
Elena Bondareva: “At the exam it is important for me to convey the nuances of intonation, shades of meanings“
Fedotov I.A.
Abstract

Interview with simultaneous interpreter Elena Bondareva about the specifics of working at conferences, exams offline and online. And about the history of Transactional Analysis terminology in Russia.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):66-70
pages 66-70 views

World Navigator TA

Personal experience: how to contract with EATA for certification (CTA)
Klepach E.A.
Abstract

The article describes the author's experience in concluding a contract under the auspices of the European Association for Transactional Analysis to prepare for the exam for the title of Certified Transactional Analyst

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):71-75
pages 71-75 views
Why did I choose Transactional Analysis and my principal supervisor?
Kochetkova-Korelova O.V.
Abstract

In this article, three Transactional Analysis 202 graduates talk about their experiences. Why did these psychologists choose Transactional Analysis? What role did the trainers play in their choice of modality? And what is the advice for newcomers who have completed the 202?

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):76-81
pages 76-81 views
Regulations on the charitable committee
Abstract

In 2021, the SOTA Council created a charitable committee consisting of three people: Nadezhda Zuykova, Inna Kochurova and Victoria Trofimova, and adopted a regulation on it. We publish the text.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):82-82
pages 82-82 views

Book Reviews

The basic concepts of Transactional Analysis are presented in an accessible and understandable way
Fedyna N.V.
Abstract

Review of the book by Liuwe Kumpans "It's Me! Become yourself with Transactional Analysis!" The author considers the strength of the book to be a clear and accessible style of presentation and assignments.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):84-85
pages 84-85 views
Book review - Liuve Kumpans “It's Me! Become yourself with transactional analysis!“
Kamenskikh D.A.
Abstract

Review of the book by Liuwe Kumpans "It's Me! Become yourself with Transactional Analysis!" The author draws attention to the originality of the presentation of the material and the expansion of terminology through musical and theatrical terms. The book reminded the author of the 101st course of TA.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):85-86
pages 85-86 views

Obituaries

To the memory of Fanita English…
Soboleva E.S.
Abstract

Elena Soboleva's recollections of Fanita English and her contribution to the development of Transactional Analysis.

Transactional Analysis in Russia. 2022;2(1):87-88
pages 87-88 views

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