6 edition of The uses of countertransference found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||RC489.C68 G67 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 312 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||87001068|
A collection of papers on the Oedipus complex, divided into three parts: theory, practice and supervision. The contributors, who include Joyce McDougall, Hanna Segal, Otto Kernberg and Leon Grinberg, invite the reader to explore with them the processes affecting the therapist's mind - and, occasionally his body - during psychoanalytic therapy, and the reasons why the therapist thinks, feels Cited by: 5. In Essential Papers on Countertransference, Benjamin Wolstein has carefully gathered the classic essays which trace the development of countertransference as a psychoanalytic concept and explore the various ways in which it has been defined and used by various psychoanalytic schools. The volume includes selections from the work of Sigmund Freud, D. W. Winnicott, Clara Thompson, Harold F.
In their book, What Therapists Don’t Talk About and Why, Kenneth S. Pope, Janet L. Sonne and Beverly Greene explore how certain topics become marginalized in therapy because counselors have feelings of countertransference that make the topics too uncomfortable to talk about with clients. In other words, counselors may allow their own personal. Grigoris Vaslamatzis. T he contributors to this book invite the reader to explore with them the processes affecting the therapist's mind -- and, occasionally, his body -- during psychoanalytic therapy, and the reasons for which the therapist thinks, feels, and reacts in a particular way.. The full significance of these processes, referred to as "countertransference" since Freud's time, has.
In some senses, this book is a “step back” from psychoanalysis, focusing on the generalities of countertransference. And in this lie the book’s strengths and weaknesses. The authors’ state: “This book is about the inner world of the psychotherapist, and how that comes into play and is enacted within the psychotherapy relationship. (). Free Associations, 1T(19) The Uses of Countertransference, by Michael Gorkin, New Jersey: Jason Aronson, pages, £ hb. Review by: Gregorio Kohon. Countertransference has been, and continues to be, one of the most controversial concepts in psychoanalytic theory. Michael Gorkin, who received his analytic training through the Adelphi University Post-doctoral Program, has.
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The Uses of Countertransference 1st Edition by Michael Gorkin (Author) › Visit Amazon's Michael Gorkin Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: Uses of Countertransference book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Few terms in the psychoanalytic lexicon have proved more elusi 5/5(2). The Uses of Countertransference Paperback – May 1, by Michael Gorkin (Author)Price: $ The author provides an insightful review of countertransference responses to trauma victims and discusses appropriate use/management of same.
I found the book to be readable and interesting. This material has been very useful in working with trauma victims and in supervision of clinical by: Transference and Countertransference book.
Transference and Countertransference. DOI link for Transference and Countertransference. Transference and Countertransference book. By Heinrich Racker. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 22 March Cited by: At its best, countertransference guides the therapist and patient towards the emotional/relational transactions that the patient needs to experience in relationship with the therapist in order to heal/5(10).
Geltner describes the many ways in which emotional communications can be induced The uses of countertransference book expands concept of countertransference into discrete observable categories with clinically useful examples."-Will Braun, New Books in PsychoanalysisCited by: 6.
Again departing from the classical view o f countertransference, Racker (; ) believed that countertransference is an important source of information about the patient that can be used as a.
Qualitative methods were used to examine changes in trainees' analyses of countertransference pre- and post-intervention, and their reports of understanding and managing countertransference. Bruscia (b) identified signs that countertransference turmoil is involved, like therapists' polarized emotions, somatic reactions, and a drastic change in the way they use music in the session.
The expanding definition --Freud's countertransference --Countertransference as a source of information --The disclosure of countertransference --Varieties of sexualized countertransference --Countertransference with suicidal patients --Countertransference with borderline patients --Countertransference in cross-cultural psychotherapy --Countertransference in supervision --Countertransference.
Countertransference and Older Clients explores this issue and focuses on the use of countertransference--the powerful linkage between a helper's personal feelings and his/her professional work. This practical volume shows helping professionals how to confront and examine their own denial, fear of growing old, being helpless, and dying, anger related to death and loss, and their need for control.
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: Management of Countertransference With Borderline Patients is an open and detailed discussion of the emotional reactions that clinicians experience when treating borderline patients.
This book provides a systematic approach to managing countertransference that legitimizes the therapist’s reactions and shows ways to use them therapeutically with the patient.
Countertransference is what happens when the counsellor reacts to the client’s transference. It is important to be able to realise we are doing this, and then to work out whether any internal responses that we are experiencing are based on our own pathology or.
The Meaning and Uses of Countertransference. this unique book not only asks whether somatic illness arises from an impoverishment of the psyche or is primarily a form of communication through Author: HEINRICH RACKER. from the Introduction to the New Edition of The Use of the Self: Countertransference and Communication in the Analytic Situation.
It is a quarter century since The Use of the Self was first published. In that time, its subject matter, countertransference and the analyst’s subjectivity, has undergone enormous changes.
Counter transference has become one of the most important and most useful tools in psychoanalytic work. Observation can teach the observer a great deal, about child development, family interaction, and different care-giving styles in racial and cultural settings, but Author: Judith Trowell.
counter-transference reaction. Activators may include any event, situation, action, or feeling that draws the therapist into reenacting any of the introjects of the client or self.
In a concise and practical format, this book shows mental health practitioners how they can both manage their countertransference reactions and use them as a force for healing in patients suffering from :.
Employing these insights, in this groundbreaking book Pamela Cooper-White offers a new relational paradigm for pastoral assessment and theological reflection. She uses the caregiver's own responses.The full significance of these processes, referred to as "counter-transference" since Freud's time, has recently been recognized, resulting in the therapist's use of additional resources so that he or she can understand and help the patient more the s and s, Paula Heimann and Heinrich Racker, following on Freud's own.In using countertransference this way, the therapist must consider multiple sources of his or her feelings.
Some feelings, positive or negative, may be evoked by the patient.