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Measurement and effects of transference and countertransference in psychotherapy

Gudrun Olsson

Measurement and effects of transference and countertransference in psychotherapy

by Gudrun Olsson

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Published by Dept. of Psychology, University of Göteborg in Göteborg, Sweden .
Written in English


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StatementGudrun Olsson.
SeriesGöteborg psychological reports ; v. 10, no. 12
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 82/114
The Physical Object
Pagination55 p. ; 30 cm.
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3525251M
LC Control Number82110104

Interpretations of transference in a strict sense (e.g., genetic interpretations) are used sparsely in mainstream short-term dynamic psychotherapy. 9, 10 Questions about how the patient might feel and fantasize about the therapist are often used to prime the patient's own understanding of transference phenomena or neurotic repetitional patterns.   Transference In turn, counter-transference pertains to the therapist’s visceral and emotional response to the patient’s conscious and unconscious provocations.

This is the first course in a three-part series, based on the book Transference and Countertransference in Non-Analytic Therapy: Double-Edged Swords, by Judith A. Schaeffer, Ph.D. (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, ). A transference-countertransference enactment during the intake. Aziza applies for therapy at an outpatient Amsterdam mental health clinic. At a therapy session, she later says, «Anything less than the very best is unacceptable to me. It really has to do with the .

It is the finest book I have ever read on the therautic process of treating trauma victims and the effects of trauma experienced by the therapist. The depth of information regarding transference and countertransference and the exploration of what a therapist truely Reviews: 6.   How Transference And Counter-Transference Are Used By Financial Advisors And Clients To Categorize Relationships By Association To Others. Transference and counter-transference are terms that come from the world of therapy and psychology, and describe one way that human brains categorize new information pertaining to relationships, in which an individual associates a .


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Measurement and effects of transference and countertransference in psychotherapy by Gudrun Olsson Download PDF EPUB FB2

It was an interesting book to approach the notion of counter transference, nice book Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Avrum Weiss. out of 5 stars Destined to be a classic. Reviewed in the United States on Octo Cited by: Most clinical examples offered by the authors are short-term cases; the nuances of transference-countertransference phenomenon are rarely addressed in brief therapy.

Thus, the book presents the more overt forms of countertransference, not the more subtle interactions that. This book presents a classic examination of transference phenomena and focuses on the development of psychoanalytic technique and theory. It addresses a perceived gap between psychoanalytic knowledge and its capacity to effect psychological transformation in a by:   The definitions of transference and countertransference can seem so simple: Transference (noun): the redirection of feelings about a specific person onto someone else (in therapy, this refers to a client’s projection of their feelings about someone else onto their therapist).

Countertransference (noun): the redirection of a therapist’s feelings toward the client. This paper gives the background and definition to one aspect of this - the countertransference - and traces the development of the concept from Freud's first use of the term in to the contemporary view that it is a useful tool of by: Interpreting the transference has been considered a core ingredient in psychodynamic psychotherapy.

The effects of analyzing the transference are probably dependent on certain characteristics of. transference and countertransference, and both can provide the transitional space needed to work out the various role relationships being reenacted within the triad.

For example, in a transference. Transference, Countertransference and Projection Origin of the Concept of Transference Viennese psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud first identified the phenomenon of transference inwhen he worked with a client called Dora. In hindsight, he realised that the reason she had not completed treatment with him was that he had failed to recognise that she saw him.

Transference in therapy may be unintentional. A patient redirects feelings about a parent, sibling, or spouse onto the therapist. It could also be intentional or provoked. Sigmund Freud developed the concepts of transference and countertransference.

Transference refers to what happens when you as a client transfer your feelings of anger, love, or other intense feelings onto your psychotherapist. Countertransference is when your therapist transfers such feelings onto you.

COUNTER -TRANSFERENCE AND THERAPEUTIC FRAME Pearlman and Saakvitne, l Therapy Frame: includes issues such as x appointment times, length of sessions, fees, forms of address, shared information, therapist availability, physical space, touch, social manner, language, confidentiality etc.

Transference was a word coined by Sigmund Freud to label the way patients "transfer" feelings from important persons in their early lives, onto the psychoanalyst or therapist. In the practice of psychotherapy, understanding how the psychodynamics of race, racism, and discrimination are encoded in the derogatory unconscious fantasies held about Black people in our culture can open a multiplicity of rich entry points for interpreting transference and countertransference.

The transference definition in psychology is when a client redirects their feelings from a significant other or person in their life to the clinician. Countertransference can occur in many different ways and have adverse effects. It is a big deal when a clinician brings in their outside experiences and they lose their perspective which can.

In this article, we review the history and definition of countertransference as well as empirical research on countertransference, its management, and the relation of both to psychotherapy outcome. Three meta-analyses are presented, as well as studies that illustrate findings from the meta-analyses.

The first meta-analysis indicated that countertransference reactions are related inversely and. "Recognize this counter-transference and overcome it" because "no psychoanalyst goes further than his own complexes and internal resistances permit" (S.

Freud, /, p. In fact, research has shown that therapists reputed as excellent are also rated as having better self-awareness and less countertransference potential than. In contrast to transference (which is about the client’s emotional reaction to the therapist), countertransference can be defined as the therapist’s emotional reaction to the client.

Similarly to transference, countertransference is a common occurrence in therapy. Countertransference in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy The complex interactions between analyst/therapist and patient.

Posted Transference and Counter transference is a well-known phenomenon in therapy. First coined by Freud inthe concept of transference was identified by Freud in psychoanalysis.

Freud recognized that his patients transferred a “false connection” [1] onto him without realising it consciously and without being able to control it.

#Transference #Countertransference What is Transference and Countertransference in counseling and regular life. Video contains 3 cases.

Contact info:. Her aim in this important book is to lay the groundwork for the development of a "more contemporary Jungian approach" to working with transference and countertransference dynamics within the therapeutic relationship.

Her work is also informed by knowledge from other fields, such as philosophy, infant development, neuroscience, and the arts.Effects of Transference Work in the Context of Therapeutic Alliance and Quality of Object Relations.

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. Advance online publication. doi: /aDifferences Between Rapport And Empathy, Understanding Counter Transference Words | 10 Pages.

This journal entry will access my competence on things covered in the textbook for week two which include knowing the difference between rapport and empathy, understanding counter-transference, knowing my own needs and having self-awareness, and can identify and describe .