Dr. Graham Barnes
Graham Barnes, Ph.D., CGP, TSTA, FRSA, is a psychotherapist licensed by the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare. He is best known within transactional analysis for his study describing the emergence, after Berne’s death, of three schools of TA. He documented their theoretical and social patterns and brought their major proponents together in Transactional Analysis After Eric Berne (Barnes, 1977).
He became a Teaching Member in 1972 and was a member of the ITAA Board of Trustees during most of the 1970s, including a term as vice president. Graham also brought the ITAA into his work on racial equality and used script theory in his work on white racism. At the Southeast Institute, which he founded, he devised an experimental graduate program in psychotherapy and an education program for counselors in historically African-American colleges that included transactional analysis.
He is guest lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Zagreb, where he founded the School for the Cybernetics of Psychotherapy. He also is adviser to Foundation 2020, a Croatian think tank promoting democracy in Croatia.
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