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Re: Some definitions sigismund

Posted by pegasus on October 11, 2010, at 9:37:22

In reply to Re: Some definitions pegasus, posted by sigismund on October 8, 2010, at 18:54:08

I think you're right. I've been doing some reading this weekend, about a more recent view of transference that takes into account the client *and* therapist's influence on what is happening in therapy. So, transference then becomes the client's tendency toward interpreting relational events in a particular way, when multiple possible interpretations might be possible. I think I was getting hung up on a more old fashioned view of transference, as something that is entirely coming from the client's past, with no significant basis in the reality of what happens in the therapy relationship.

Clearly I have more reading to do about modern views of transference.

- P




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