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Izumi Kadomoto TSTA (P)) - 5pm 26th July

The Psychology of apology: developmental and legal perspectives.

  • 2 hours
  • 20 New Zealand dollars

Service Description

5pm Friday 26th July (2pm Japan) Workshop: The Psychology of apology: developmental and legal perspectives. Apologizing is a social and cultural behavior. Children are taught what it is and when it is needed by parents and teachers. And we know we use it to maintain trust and intimacy or continue playing games in life. This fact states that apology can be an important theme in psychology dealing with guilt feeling, reflective cognitive ability and attachment style. This workshop will explore how we learn and assimilate “apology”, then offer some space to discuss about the values of apology in TA perspective. Izumi Kadomoto, TSTA-P, PhD, Professor, Taisho University, Japan Since her first TA101 experience in 1989, Izumi has been working in clinical field with Transactional Analysis. She is now teaching psychotherapy, supervising trainees, and taking a role of the president of the TA Association of Japan.

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