Tag Archives: Transference

Transference and Countertransference revisited.

I recently received a complex question in response to my blog on Countertransference. It has gotten me thinking once again about the challenges of countertransference in therapy. For those of you who do not have much experience with this, the … Continue reading

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Countertransference and The Skill Set of the Therapist

Therapists frequently have to listen to their clients espouse points of view with which they disagree. Sometimes these points of view are very powerfully stated and held by the client. Often they are not logical, they are primitive, gut level … Continue reading

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Counter Transference in Therapy

Counter Transference I had an interesting discussion with a colleague the other day. This colleague was talking about a client that he was having trouble liking. According to him, this client triggered an immediate dislike and aversion whenever they came … Continue reading

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