Countertransference

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  • Countertransference

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    Countertransference happens when a specialist exchanges feelings and sentiments toward the group members in references of their own unresolved disputes. When a therapist has the feeling of anger towards the client, and allows the client to irritate them. There are many unresolved issues that could surface from the therapist, dealing with cultural values, conflicts and having control of the group (Gladding, 2012). It is vital for a therapist to know their own particular countertransference’s before

  • The Importance Of Countertransference

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    length the importance of using countertransference to help with client’s unconscious desires and feelings to help build rapport. In a broader sense Levenson could have explained countertransference and the pit falls of generalizability of clients or pathologizing them to a population at large. Countertransference This transfer-countertransference moments are when clients and therapist can understand motivations, intentions and dynamics in the session. Countertransference reactions are also sometimes

  • Iatrogenic Social Work

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    According to a helping professional our job is to know what will impact the client positively or negatively in systems perspective, there are major factors that a professional has to put into account when managing the client. In the Iatrogenic problem this is when a doctor or the social worker makes the situation for the clients worse than what it actually is. It is also very important that the professional is aware of their shortcomings. As a professional we need to know what community we are more

  • Countertransference In Counseling

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    journey toward helping others may lead a counselor to pay attention to acknowledging their own feelings, self-discovery, self-assessment, and such self-realization may, in turn, be a catalyst for growth. However, a counselor’s vulnerability of countertransference may arise if the counselor transfers feelings to a client, which may be a response to the phenomenon of transference. Also, being close to others situational difficulties may cause one to internalize other’s problems. In viewpoint, and in

  • Transference and Counter Transference Essay

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    Transference and counter transference is one of most important aspects of treatment between patient and practitioner. In a clinical setting we do not always have the opportunity to have consecutive treatments with the same patient and as a result may not be able to acknowledge or notice these occurrences. It is not often that I have the opportunity to see a patient on a regular basis or even twice for that matter. As a result, it is not possible for me to notice or recognize any transference that

  • Transference, Countertransference, and Resistance in "Precious"

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    In this paper I will look at transference, conuntertransference, and resistance between Precious, Ms. Rain, Ms. Liptenstein, and Ms. Rice. Transference, countertransference, and resistance between Precious and Ms. Rain Transference is an unconsciously influenced emotional reaction of the patient to the psychotherapist and (in a less technical sense) other health care providers that originates from the patient's

  • Transference, Countertransference, and Resistance in "Precious"

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    Liptenstein, and Ms. Rice. Transference, countertransference, and resistance between Precious and Ms. Rain Transference is an unconsciously influenced emotional reaction of the patient to the psychotherapist and (in a less technical sense) other health care providers that originates from the patient's

  • Transference, Countertransference, and Resistance in "Precious"

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    I felt that this movie addressed numerous forms of abuse such as verbal, physical, sexual as well as neglect. Her father, resulting in her having two children, sexually abuses Precious. Her mother verbally and physically abuses her at home. Numerous emotions were at play while watching the movie such as anger, sadness, empathy, as well as hope. Precious was able to tackle all the hardships she faced and persevered. She exemplified courage and strength through adversity. Precious had some very influential

  • The Therapy And The Psychologist 's Work With People Seeking Treatment

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    Countertransference, which occurs when a therapist transfers emotions to a person in therapy, is often a reaction to transference, a phenomenon in which the person in treatment redirects feelings for others onto the therapist. History of Countertransference Sigmund Freud originally developed the concept of countertransference. He described it as a largely unconscious phenomenon in which the psychologist’s emotions are influenced by a person in therapy and the psychologist reacts with countertransference

  • Transference Focused Psychoanalytic Analysis

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    Countertransference and and transference fit together as a whole due to human relationships/ behavior, even with all of their similarities and differences (Kraemer, 1958). Many analytical psychologists would agree that the integration of countertransference is a part of successful psychoanalytic procedures(Kraemer, 1958). Additionally, countertransference occurs when the psychoanalyst/therapist has personal biases that are elicited

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