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Couples and countertransference

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Published by Haworth Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marital psychotherapy,
  • Countertransference (Psychology)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementBarbara Jo Brothers, editor.
    ContributionsBrothers, Barbara Jo, 1940-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC488.5 .C643 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination92 p. ;
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL790197M
    ISBN 101560247460
    LC Control Number95022643

      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 lead to a reaction that hurts the client. Countertransference is common and can happen regardless of your years of clinical experience. This book is an excellent contribution to the understanding of erotic transference and countertransference in the psychoanalytic psychotherapeutic process. Mann, a British object relations theorist, private practitioner, and educator, draws on clinical developmental and new infant-observational theory to focus on the technical management of the.

      Countertransference is when the therapist transfers their feelings and issues from childhood and transfers them onto the client and tries to get their own needs met through the client relationship. Countertransference begins the minute one starts thinking about becoming a . Read this book on Questia. While C. G. Jung had a natural intuitive understanding of the transference and countertransference, his lack of a "coherent method and clinical technique for working with transference and his ambivalence and mercurial attitude to matters of method," have, in the words of therapist and Jungian scholar Jan Wiener, sometimes left Jungians who are eager to hone their.

      Humera Quddoos explains why transference provides a rich and fertile field for therapeutic work. Therapeutic space has three fields within it: one occupied by the client, one by the therapist, and a third space that’s co-created by the therapist and client and overlaps into each of their personal spaces.1 Transference and countertransference arise in the . Countertransference will often be differentiated into concordant or complementary countertransference. Concordant countertransference involves the therapist taking in the patient’s inner state (Racker, ; Brown, ), causing the therapist to align with the patient in thoughts and process of the therapist experiencing the same inner reality closely resembles empathy.


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Solomon and Siegel's Countertransference in Couples Therapy is a must-read for all therapists working with couples.

I might add that its lessons are equally applicable for therapists working with families or with groups. I could not recommend it more highly; I regard it, for those in our field, as a "book Cited by: 1.

Countertransference in Couples Therapy 1st Edition by Judith Siegel (Editor), Marion Solomon Ph.D. (Editor) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit 5/5(2). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The book examines not only classic countertransference issues but also the ramifications of the therapist's values and experiences. With remarkable honesty, the contributors deal with illness, death, suicide, pregnancy, hatred, rage, envy, sexuality, lust, and burnout.3/5(3).

This article explicates various theoretical perspectives in the vast array of couples’ treatment modalities. It presents an historical overview of major schools of thought and highlights the phenomena of transference and countertransference.

Thus, the book presents the more overt forms of countertransference, not the more subtle interactions that most psychoanalysts wish to explore. Thus, the book is largely geared to students, academic researchers, and practitioners of cognitive behavioral and humanistic psychotherapy.

The book probes such important subjects as transference and countertransference, the self-psychological perspective, an object-relations approach, and the treatment of narcissistic disorders in.

Countertransference in Trauma Therapy. Background: Trauma is perceived as a highly subjective experience depending on personal resources and resilience. The therapeutic relationship in trauma psychotherapy seems to be a special one due to the powerful, emotional charged process of revealing and working with memories of traumatic experiences.

This qualitative study explored the. 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. The impetus to write this post came from reading an excellent new book on couples therapy: The Heart of Couple Therapy: Knowing What to Do and How to Do It, by psychologist Ellen Wachtel.

The book. Couple and family therapists have continued to use these interventions, as well as assigning tasks and rituals to patients between appointments. However, while dealing with families in which there had been severe trauma and abuse, it became clear that the damage from the past needed to be clarified, elaborated on and confronted in the present.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A Norton professional book." Description: xvii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Applying countertransference theory to couples treatment / Judith P. Siegel --Countertransference and empathy in couples therapy / Marion F. Solomon --Countertransference and diagnosis in couples therapy / Sheila A.

Sharpe --Countertransference. totalist countertransference totalist countertransference consist of therapist responses that are universal and which reflect basic human sensitivities that almost any human being would have instead of being idiosyncratic to a particular therapist.

totalist countertransference responses are the. Transference and countertransference describe two commonly occurring scenarios within a counseling relationship. Both transference and countertransference represent the manner in which the client acts and feels toward the therapist and vice versa.

Transference. More often, though, countertransference is problematic when it is negative. The therapist feels bored, irked, paralyzed, or contemptuous in the presence of a particular patient. It is the. It's an excellently written and well organized book on transference and counter-transference as well as its psychological history.

It's very erudite and you should first know something about Freud's and Jung's ideas on transference before you tackle this book.

The writer, Jan Wiener is Reviews: 8. In almost 15 years, this book provides the first in-depth overview of the best practices for therapists and those in training who wish to work effectively with LGBT clients, couples, and families need to know, and is only the second of its kind in the history of the field.

The. The Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy promotes a better understanding of what contributes to healthy adult relationships and how therapy facilitates the process. Experts address key treatment issues for all types of adult relationships. Articles explore couple therapy from the perspectives of theory, research, and practice, as well as issues related to the supervision and personal.

In the book, John Rolland, MD, MPH, expands on his innovative and sensible Family Systems Illness model that is built on a foundation of a systems viewpoint that encourages health care practitioners (and family members) to adopt a broad perspective on the patient.

This is an excerpt from my upcoming book The Pattern System. Therapists know that clients often react to them because of the client’s patterns, a phenomenon called transference. This situation also happens in coaching, of course, though only some coaching systems pay attention to it.

This paper reviews and illustrates the importance of transference and countertransference phenomena in the triangular situation of couple therapy, which always reawakens non-sexualized and sexualized feelings and reactions in both spouses and in the therapist.*Sehl, M.

(). "Erotic countertransference and clinical social work practice: A national survey of psychotherapists' sexual feelings, attitudes, and responses," Journal of Analytic Social Work, 5 (4), Dr. Sehl would be interested in hearing about therapists' and patients' experience around these issues.

Contact him today!Countertransference is a concept not addressed by many theoretical approaches in family and couples therapy. Strong feelings for couples as well as individual partners are, however, a common.