2 edition of Research into countertransference found in the catalog.
Research into countertransference
James Michael Gronendyke
Written in English
|Statement||by James Michael Gronendyke.|
|Series||[Ph. D. theses / State University of New York at Binghamton -- no. 1531], Ph. D. theses (State University of New York at Binghamton) -- no. 1531.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 104 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
The book should make a genuine impact on the field of aging, promoting growth in workers and clients alike." --Clinical Gerontologist "Countertransference and Older Clients offers a well-written collection of articles by several authors dealing with aging, loss, disability, and death. 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.
Counter-transference in behavioural research. Georges Devereux was the first scientist to attempt to generalise the notion of counter-transference beyond the field of therapeutic practice and introduce it into the practice of social and behavioural sciences. The therapeutic alliance. A cornerstone of treatment in medicine is the therapeutic alliance, whereby patient and doctor establish a rational agreement or contract which supports the treatment (Greenson, ).So the patient with a sore throat has the rational expectation that the doctor is appropriately qualified, will do a suitable examination and investigation, and will prescribe relevant.
congruence and countertransference similarities and differences and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get congruence and countertransference similarities and differences book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. This book provides leading research from around the. For her, in other words, countertransference represented the unconscious thoughts of the patient that have been communicated to, and experienced by, the analyst. At this time, intense controversy between the Freudians led by Anna Freud and the followers of Melanie Klein was splitting the British Society into rival, and increasingly antagonistic.
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Most definitions either examine countertransference in terms of feeling states or behaviours that participants 'put into' or 'project' into researchers, or make a sharp distinction between this Author: Ayla Michelle Demir. To demonstrate how countertransference, which was originally a typical psychoanalytical concept, has evolved into a trans-theoretical concept.
A selection of the voluminous literature is discussed. methodology that has predominated countertransference research and move into the field to produce an empirically based, clinically informed theory of countertransference. Our research questions were guided by a theoretical model postulated by Hayes ().
Drawing from the clinical literature, Hayes proposed an essentially structural theory of. This is because the book essentially raises awareness of countertransference, but does not delve into the phenomenology of the therapist’s subjectivity. As a result, this book is most appropriate at the more general level where the therapist may need to accept inner experience as a valid aspect of the treatment.
The adoption of countertransference, an idea drawn from psychoanalytic theory, by qualitative researchers is examined. It is argued that its definition in the qualitative research literature has often been muddled due to the too-simple mapping of a clinical concept into the research by: Great book, one of a kind, very useful and very readable, in fact, a page turner, despite the technical nature of the info.
If more clinicians read this book, we would have better clinicians who learn how to do more good and less by: This book focuses on countertransference in the psychotherapy of children and adolescents in detail.
It offers the child and adolescent therapist an invaluable opportunity to explore countertransference in substantial depth and in a variety of clinical encounters across the wide spectrum of child and adolescent : Paperback.
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. More often, though, countertransference is problematic when it is negative.
The therapist feels bored, irked, paralyzed, or contemptuous in the presence of a particular patient. It is the. Research is an essential component of the counselling and psychotherapy core curriculum. Data analysis appeared however to bring up particularly strong feelings, sometimes of a countertransference level, where the childhood of the researchers comes into by: 1.
– Transference and Countertransference – Unconditional Positive Regard – Your Research Project In episode 37 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly talk about transference in the counselling room.
‘Theory with Rory’ examines unconditional positive regard (UPR). Finally, the presenters talk about doing your research project. Transference and. Countertransference is defined as redirection of a psychotherapist 's feelings toward a client – or, more generally, as a therapist's emotional entanglement with a client.
1 Early formulations. 3 Late twentieth-century paradigm. 4 Twenty-first-century developments. "Containing insights into the treatment process for therapists of all theoretical persuasions, Countertransference in the Treatment of PTSD is bound to be the definitive work on this topic for a generation of therapists.
Filled with theoretical models and clinical case descriptions, this book is at once useful for the most experienced and Pages: Countertransference is explored in a wide range of clinical settings, including in reflective practice and in research in the field of therapy, as well as in art therapy and in the school setting.
It also considers countertransference in dream interpretation, in the supervision and teaching environment and in work with groups and organisations.
The concepts of transference and countertransference, together with that of transference neurosis, properly belong to the theory and practice of psychoanalysis. In Sigmund Freud’s original formulations they were inextricably intertwined with his propositions about the determinants of development and neuroses, and they have very limited meaning outside that framework.
This volume is the first book in the field of traumatic stress studies to systematically examine the unique role of countertransference processes in psychotherapy outcome. Emphasizing the need for carefully deliberated action, this volume offers vital new insights into the victim-healer relationship and presents detailed techniques to promote awareness of affective reactions for anyone working.
Coasting in the Countertransference is a theoretically and clinically provocative book that challenges us to face ourselves. When I finished this book, my mind was racing with questions I wanted to pose to its author.
He agreed to an interview and what follows is a slightly edited version of the phone conversation I had with him. Interview. The countertransference can be utilized in supervision without risk of intruding into the student-therapist's private life, or of turning supervision into psychotherapy, if the supervisor maintains a mental set of readiness to seek the origins of the countertransference emotions in Cited by: 6.
Countertransference in Trauma Therapy. Background: Trauma is perceived as a highly subjective experience depending on personal resources and resilience. The therapeutic relationship in trauma psychotherapy seems to be a special one due to the powerful, emotional charged process of revealing and working with memories of traumatic experiences.
This qualitative study explored the Cited by: 4. Words: Length: 2 Pages Document Type: Essay Paper #: Countertransference occurs when a psychotherapist transfers or projects feelings onto a patient. This can be a problem because when it happens the therapist introduces a third party's (his own) emotional state into the life of the patient, who is attempting to understand his own feelings without the insertion of.
Thus, through the group process Cinda and Sandy have gained insight into their personal problems by gradually discovering the dynamics of transference and countertransference that were at : Jimmie Witt.Once countertransference is recognized, it is important that the therapist acknowledge and work through those feelings.
This can take on many shapes, some more problematic than others. A counselor enamored by a client's appearance may avoid challenging that client, due to his or how own desire to be admired and liked by the client.Countertransference and Treatment Outcome.
As with research regarding negative CT and client-clinician rapport, current research has found a link between training and treatment outcome (Bergin & Garfield, ; Gold & Hilsenroth, ; Harrison & Westwood, ; Minami et al., ).These findings are very important, as they allow us to understand a factor in how clinicians might mitigate Cited by: 2.