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Re: Lott: Question about countertransference

Posted by Declan on August 9, 2005, at 14:08:08

In reply to Re: Lott: Question about countertransference, posted by deborah anne lott on August 5, 2005, at 21:00:03

A couple of things occurred to me
1. Wouldn't countertransference be the rule in therapy, and I'd have thought being aware of it and not acting it out is the therapist's job.
2. It must be almost the rule for patients to try to get affection/whatever from their therapists, and dealing with this is a basic part of therapy.
3. Once a therapist commits to a patient certain responsibilities ensue.




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