Speaking at Home

  • Jo Stuthridge
Keywords: attachment, development, enactment, psychoanalysis, transactional analysis

Abstract

This paper was originally presented as a short speech to the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists’ Annual Conference in Dunedin 2011. In it, I sketch three broad conclusions from developmental research and consider the implications for a relational approach to psychotherapy practice, from a transactional analyst’s perspective. I use my experience of speaking at home to illustrate how ongoing development of the self is co- constructed through encounters with others.

I tukuna tuatahitia tēnei tuhinga hei kōrero poto i te Hui Wānanga ā-Tau a te Rōpū Kaiwhakaora Hinengaro o Aotearoa o te tau 2011 i Otepoti. I reira, i whakaarahia ake ngā whakatau e toru puta ake i ngā rangahau whanake, ā, ka whakaaro ki ngā rara ki te whāia he huarahi hono ki te umanga kaiwhakaora hinengaro e ai ki tā te umanga kaitātari tirohanga. I whakamahia aku wheako kōrerorero i te kāinga hai whakaata i te whanaketanga o te kiriitau mai i te pānga atu ki ētahi. 

Published
2012-10-22
How to Cite
Stuthridge, J. (2012). Speaking at Home. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 16(1), 33-41. https://doi.org/10.9791/ajpanz.2012.05