MSc CTA (P) TSTA
Hellingly, East Sussex, UK
Karen Minikin is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst with a clinical and supervision practice in East Sussex, UK. She teaches psychotherapy at a number of training institutes within the UK and has presented workshops at national and international conferences. She is interested in the conscious and unconscious dynamics of power, politics and relational dynamics across all fields of Transactional Analysis, though her writing focuses on the psychotherapy field.
Previously, she edited the race and culture column for the BACP journal (the “CPJ”) and she has contributed a chapter in "Relational TA: Principles in Practice", ed. Fowlie and Sills (2011) and has co-written a chapter with Keith Tudor in “Transactional Analysis in Contemporary Psychotherapy”, ed. Erskine, (2015). She has also contributed articles to journals, including the Transactional Analysis Journal.