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Countertransference?

Posted by Willow on July 17, 2001, at 22:35:12

In reply to Re: Therapist problems Marie1, posted by judy1 on July 17, 2001, at 21:28:50

*so that the patient feels it's their problem of 'transferance' when actually 'countertransferance' is going on.

This has been mentioned on other threads. I've tried doing a search on transference and I don't think I really came up with a true meaning. Like many things I don't think I really get it.

Transference, is it when you want the person to feel a certain way, you choose there emotions or how you want to perceive them? Or is it when you pick up on their mannerisms or values?

And then what is countertransference? Perhaps a internet search of this will answer the riddle for me?

Willow


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