Thomas Harris

Thomas A. Harris (1910-1995) was a practicing psychiatrist in Sacramento, California. Born in Texas, he received his B.A. in 1938 from the University of Arkansas Medical School and his M.D. in 1940 from Temple University School of Medicine. In 1942 he began training in psychiatry at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C., after which he served as a psychiatrist in the Navy. In 1947 he was appointed chief of the psychiatric division of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery of the Navy Department. After his retirement from the Navy as commander, he taught at the University of Arkansas Medical School, and then became director of the Washington State Department of Institutions. In 1956, he went into private practice in Sacramento. He was founder and president of the Institute for Transactional Analysis there and a director of the International Transactional Analysis Association.

Dr. Harris is a longtime friend and associate of Eric Byrne, the founder of transactional analysis.

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