Enderby Associates Therapist's are: Ray Little and Jane Read
Psychotherapist, Counsellor, Supervisor & Trainer
Qualifications & Registrations: CYCW, Dip. Counselling, Certified Transactional Analyst,
Cert. Psychodynamic Supervision.
Registered with the UK Council for Psychotherapy as a Psychotherapist and Supervisor.
Ray is a trained and qualified practitioner with over thirty years' professional experience. He originally trained as a clinical transactional analyst (TA) and has since undertaken further in-depth study and training in psychodynamic approaches to therapy and supervision. He works as both a psychotherapist and a counsellor and is also a trainer and supervisor. Ray is a member of the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA), Metanoia Institute, London and is a UKCP registered psychotherapist and supervisor. He abides by their codes of ethics and practice. He is also a member of Human Development Scotland (Formerly; SIHR), and a founding member of the International Association for Relational Transactional Analysis (IARTA).
Ray is a visiting tutor at several institutes in Europe, including Institute of Psychotherapy Ljubljana, Slovenia; Metanoia Institute, London; Alcea Psychotherapy Madrid and Galena Institute, Madrid, Spain; and Ecole d'Analyse Transactionnelle-Lyon, France.
The Shame Loop, (1996), Institute of Transactional Analysis News, No. 45.
The Shame Loop: A Method for Working with Couples, (1999), Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 29, No. 2.
Schizoid Processes: Working with the Defences of the Withdrawn Child Ego State, (2001), Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 31, No1.
Ego State Relational Units and Resistance to Change: An Integration of TA & Object Relations (2004), Transactions: The Journal of the Institute of Transactional Analysis, Vol. 1.
Relational Transactional Analysis: The Therapists' Stance, (2005), CPTI, Newsletter, No. 12, March 2005.
Integrating Psychoanalytic Understandings in the Deconfusion of Primitive Child Ego States, (2005), Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 35, No 2.
Ego State Relational Units and Resistance to Change, (2006), Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 36, No 1.
Treatment Considerations when working with Pathological Narcissism, (2006), Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 36, No 4.
Understanding the Psychodynamics of Suicidal Clients: An Exploration of Suicidal and Presuicidal States, (2009), Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 39, No 3.
The Therapist's Self-Disclosure (2010), www.relationalta.com
Impasse Clarification within the Transference-Countertransference Matrix, (2011), Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 41, No1. (This article is available to read on the Supervision & CPD page).
Countertransference Self-Disclosure, (2011), In Relational Transactional Analysis: Principles in Practice. Eds, H. Fowlie & C. Sills. Karnac.
Love Made Hungry: The Schizoid Problem, (2012), The Transactional Analyst, Winter 2011/12.
"El abandono y las autolesiones: la lucha del borderline por la cohesión del self" (2012) Published in "Bonding", The journal of the Insituto Galene, Madrid, September 2012.
The Inevitability of Unconscious Engagements and the Desire to Avoid Them: A Commentary on Stuthridge, (2012). Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 42, No 4.
The New Emereges out of the Old, (2013). Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 43, No 2. (Please click on the Adobe icon at the foot of this page to read this article).
Transference-Countertransference Focused Transactional Analysis,(2016), in Transactional Analysis in Contemporary Psychotherapy, Ed, Richard Erskine. Karnac Books.
The Management of Erotic/Sexual Countertransference Reactions: An Exploration of the Difficulties and Opportunities Involved, (2018). Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 48, No 3.
Article available Click on the icon below to read: The New Emerges out of the Old: An Integrated Relational Perspective on Psychological Development, Psychopathology, and Therapeutic Action, by Ray Little, published in Transactional Analysis Journal, (2013) 43(2) 106-121. Available here with the kind permission of the publishers.
Couples & Relationship Psychotherapist, Psychosexual Therapist, Supervisor & Trainer.
Qualifications & Registrations: B.A. Hons., Dip. Counselling, Dip. Human Sexuality,
Registered with the UK Council for Psychotherapy as a Sexual and Relationship Psychotherapist.
Jane is a trained and qualified couple & relationship therapist and sex therapist with over thirty years’ professional experience. She is an accredited member of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists, and abides by their codes of ethics and practice. She is also a supervisor of couples and psychosexual therapists and has published various articles.
Counselling for Fertility Problems: Sage Publications. Counselling in Practice Series. 1995.
Female Sexual Dysfunction: International Review of Psychiatry. 1995. 7, 175-182
Infertility Counselling: Infertility PGC. Read Healthcare Communications. 1995. 58-60
Infertility and Psychosexual Issues: Journal of Fertility Counselling. 1995. Vol. 2. No 7, 8-10
Abortion: The International Encyclopaedia of Human Sexuality. 1996. Section C, Chapter 9
Counselling and Sexual Dysfunctions: Handbook of Counselling in Britain. Chapter 20.(co-author with Dr G Cooper) Routledge. Revised ed 1997.
Sexual Problems and Fertility. BICA Practice Guides. BICA Publications. 1997.
Sex in Pregnancy, the Older Woman, and the Infertile Couple.ABC Series - Sexual Medicine. BMJ 1999.
Sex in Pregnancy, the Older Woman, and the Infertile Couple. 2nd Edition. BMJ 2004.
Sexual Problems and Fertility. 2nd Edition. BICA Practice Guides. BICA Publications. 2011