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The theory of 6 personality styles began with an article by Paul Ware titled “Personality Adaptations” in the TAJ in 1983, Ware(1983). Paul Ware originally observed the six adaptations as he treated adolescents in an in-patient treatment programme. They have since been widely researched. He proceeded to explain each of these in TA terms and how they can be treated from the TA framework. The concept has been followed up by many since that time 27 years ago. The names of the adaptations are widely used in Transactional Analysis literature.

He proceeded to explain each of these in TA terms and how they can be treated from the TA framework. The concept has been followed up by many since that time. The names of the adaptations are widely used in the Transactional Analysis literature. Perhaps the most well known follow up on this theory is by Joines & Stewart’s (2002) book, “Personality Adaptations” acknowledges the Ware 1983 article as one of the main originators of this model. 

Location East Sussex
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 25 Feb 2020
Start time 9:30am
Venue Address 2 Quarry View, Whitehill Road, Crowborough, East Sussex, TN6 1JT
Cost
Amount £115
About
Organiser Wealden College
Speaker John Baxendale
CPD hours 6
Website https://www.wealdeninstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/Personality-Adaptations-February-2020.pdf
Contact No. 01892 655195
Email admin@wealdeninstitute.co.uk
Keywords Counselling, depression, Psychological, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Therapy
Regions South, South East