Pamela Levin, R.N. is a Clinical Teaching Member of the International Transactional Analysis Association. She conducts a private practice in Ukiah and the San Francisco Bay area of California. She trained with Eric Berne, founder of Transactional Analysis, and has been active in the Transactional Analysis movement since 1966. She is the author and publisher of three books and numerous professional articles. She works with individuals and leads groups in Ukiah feminist perspective, she conducts personal growth and professional training workshops internationally. She is committed to nurturing healthy development at every stage of life and to societal change through people regaining and developing personal power. A special focus of her work is creating networks of mutual support and communication for women dealing with women's issues. She is the first Registered Nurse to be granted a Clinical Teaching Membership in the International Transactional Analysis Association. For her work on the Developmental Cycle, the theory of childhood stages repeated throughout adulthood, as presented in her book Cycles of Power, Pamela received the Eric Berne Memorial Scientific Award in 1984.
Becoming the Way We Are: A Transactional Guide to Personal Development