Book Club: Groups in Transactional Analysis, Object Relations, and Family Systems

By N. Michel Landaiche, III

This review will shortly be published in the The Transactional Analyst, published by UK Association for Transactional Analysis (

“Berne’s central focus in transactional analysis was to wake us up to the delusional aspects of our decision-making in order to place ourselves more securely in the world we actually inhabit.”

I confess that I bought Landaiche’s book on impulse, enticed by the 3-in-1 offer implied in the title and ever keep to fast-track my reading, finding the route of least resistance.

As ever, the laws of physics take over, and I found myself reading a book as densely packed as a neutron star.

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