The Eric Berne Archives at the University of California, San Francisco are a treasured resource for those studying the man who changed the way we think about psychotherapy, personality and communicating with others. The archives will include books, papers, audio / video, personal correspondence, and other momentos from his family life.
Eric Berne’s archival material will continue to be important to scholars researching his life and theory – and to Transactional Analysis practitioners who wish to develop a deeper understanding of the man and his body of work. Read more or contact us.
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– With Appreciation from the Archive Team
I’d like to thank those who have contributed to making this project a reality. Simply put, the digital archive is fantastic. Please have a look! Read more.
– Terry Berne
Access to Berne’s archives could be a great resource for anybody who is keenly interested in Berne and his works. It could be a pilgrimage to many of Berne’s admirers – those who were touched by his writings. But all do not have the luxury of this first-hand experience. Read more
– Suriyaprakash (ITAA President)
The project is going ahead, as self financing initiative, with the encouragement and endorsement of the ITAA. The success of the project is dependent on fund raising and on the generosity of individuals. Read more.
– John Heath, ITAA President (2010-2015)
– Marco Mazzetti, EATA President (2013-2015)