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Countertransference and the Therapist"s Inner Experience

Perils and Possibilities

by Charles J. Gelso

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Lawrence Erlbaum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychotherapy - Counseling,
  • Movements - Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychology,
  • Psychotherapist and patient,
  • Clinical Psychology,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Counseling,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / General,
  • Countertransference (Psychology)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7938061M
    ISBN 100805846964
    ISBN 109780805846966

    Countertransference and the Therapist's Inner Experience: Perils and Possibilities (Book Review) The Therapist’s Emotional Survival: Dealing with the Pain of Exploring Trauma (Book Review) All reviews. Other Publications. Journals; Newsletters; Contact Division The intimate nature of bodywork will always deliver subtle and powerful challenges to the therapist. The relationship between client and practitioner can bring to the surface compelling fears, needs and longings for either party. Maintaining ethical conduct involves being aware of how you may experience countertransference.

    Countertransference will often be differentiated into concordant or complementary countertransference. Concordant countertransference involves the therapist taking in the patient’s inner state (Racker, ; Brown, ), causing the therapist to align with the patient in thoughts and process of the therapist experiencing the same inner reality closely resembles empathy. While emphasis has traditionally been placed on the emotional responses of therapists toward therapy clients, there is general agreement that countertransference refers to the cognitive-affective responses of the therapist toward the client in therapy that can manifest in countertransference enactment or countertransference behaviors.

    Countertransference. Classically, countertransference (CT) has been used to describe the clinician’s emotions toward a client, typically unconscious in nature, and often a result of displaced emotions, stemming from the clinician’s previous life experience, and having a detrimental effect on the relationship between clinician and client (Fauth, ; Gelso & Hayes, ; Hofsess & Tracey. His most recent books are The Real Relationship in Psychotherapy: The Hidden Foundation of Change and Countertransference and the Therapist's Inner Experience: Perils and Possibilities (with Jeffrey A. Hayes). He has been the editor of Psychotherapy and the Journal of Counseling Psychology and has been given major awards in the field.


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Countertransference and the Therapist"s Inner Experience by Charles J. Gelso Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rather than “Countertransference and the therapist’s experience,” it should be called “Countertransference as the therapist’s inner experience.” 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. Countertransference and the Therapist’s Inner Experience explores the inner world of the psychotherapist and its influences on the relationship between psychotherapist and patient.

This relationship is a major element determining the success of psychotherapy, in addition to determining how and to what extent psychotherapy works with each individual by:   Countertransference and the Therapist's Inner Experience explores the inner world of the psychotherapist and its influences on the relationship between psychotherapist and patient.

This relationship is a major element determining the success of psychotherapy, in addition to determining how and to what extent psychotherapy works with each individual : Taylor & Francis. Countertransference and the Therapist's Inner Experience explores the inner world of the psychotherapist and its influences on the relationship between psychotherapist and patient.

This. Countertransference and the Therapist‘s Inner Experience explores the inner world of the psychotherapist and its influences on the relationship between psychotherapist and by:   Countertransference and the Therapist’s Inner Experience explores the inner world of the psychotherapist and its influences on the relationship between psychotherapist and patient.

This relationship is a major element determining the success of psychotherapy, in addition to determining how and to what extent psychotherapy works with each individual s: 2. Countertransference and the Therapist’s Inner Experience explores the inner world of the psychotherapist and its influences on the relationship between psychotherapist and patient.

Countertransference and the Therapist's Inner Experience by Charles J. Gelso,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(14). (). Countertransference and the Therapist's Inner Experience: Perils and Possibilities. Psychotherapy Research: Vol. 19, QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE METHODS FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH, pp.

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The construct of countertransference has a rich psychoanalytic history beginning with Freud who was the first person to write about these therapist experiences.

This book explores the role and experience of the therapist in the therapeutic relationship by examining countertransference (the therapist's response to the client) and vicarious traumatization (the therapist's response to the stories of abuse told by client after client)/5(3).

You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

Explores the inner world of the psychotherapist and its influences on the relationship between psychotherapist and patient.

This title presents the history and status of countertransference, offers a integrative conception, and focuses on how psychotherapists can manage countertransference in a way that benefits the therapeutic process.

Countertransference and the Therapist's Inner Experience: Perils and Possibilities by Charles J. Gelso, Jeffrey Hayes. Lawrence Erlbaum. Used - Very Good. Ships from Reno, NV.

Former Library book. Great condition for a used book. Minimal wear. % Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!. The book gives a great understanding of transference and counter-transference (and the variety of opinions).

The only reason I have not given it a five star is that there are a few parts that move slow and rehash the same concept. It is the book I would recommend for 4/5. Countertransference issues in the in-home treatment of child sexual abuse. Child Welfare: Journal of Policy, Practice, and Program, SAAKVITNE, K.W.

Shared traumas: the therapist’s increased vulnerability. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 12(2) SARASOHN, M.K. The use of shame and dread in the countertransference.

The experience of the clinician during the session can affect the outcome. Clients can remind you of someone you know currently or in the past. As a clinician, you need to be aware of countertransference at all times.

Countertransference examples: A clinician offers advice versus listening to the client’s experience.The countertransference, defined as the total emotional reaction of the therapist to the patient at any particular point in time, needs to be explored fully by the therapist's self-reflective function, controlled in the therapist's firmly staying in role, and utilized as material to be integrated into the therapist's interpretive interventions.