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Re: counter transfernce ... toomuchpain

Posted by Fallen4MyT on January 18, 2005, at 18:07:30

In reply to counter transfernce ..., posted by toomuchpain on January 18, 2005, at 17:15:28

Countertransference is when the therapist, during the course of therapy, develops positive or negative feelings toward the patient. This is normal during therapy too. To my recall it doesn't always have to do with your transference. So say he/she reacted to your anger like he/she when he/she was late and you have a right to be thats not transference....then his/her reaction has more to do with their issues than your appropiate response to lateness. Maybe a teacher ragged on him/her on late...Its not always mom or dad




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