Conscious or unconscious emotional reaction of the therapist to the patient which may interfere with treatment. (APA, Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed.)
The unconscious transfer to others (including psychotherapists) of feelings and attitudes which were originally associated with important figures (parents, siblings, etc.) in one's early life.
A form of psychiatric treatment, based on Freudian principles, which seeks to eliminate or diminish the undesirable effects of unconscious conflicts by making the patient aware of their existence, origin, and inappropriate expression in current emotions and behavior.
The branch of psychology concerned with psychological methods of recognizing and treating behavior disorders.
Unconscious process used by an individual or a group of individuals in order to cope with impulses, feelings or ideas which are not acceptable at their conscious level; various types include reaction formation, projection and self reversal.
A process by which an individual unconsciously endeavors to pattern himself after another. This process is also important in the development of the personality, particularly the superego or conscience, which is modeled largely on the behavior of adult significant others.
Conceptual system developed by Freud and his followers in which unconscious motivations are considered to shape normal and abnormal personality development and behavior.
Philosophic formulations which are basic to psychoanalysis. Some of the conceptual theories developed were of the libido, repression, regression, transference, id, ego, superego, Oedipus Complex, etc.
Hostile conflict between organized groups of people.
Created 7 April 1992 as a result of the division of Yugoslavia.
A generic term for the treatment of mental illness or emotional disturbances primarily by verbal or nonverbal communication.
The study of normal and abnormal behavior of children.
The science dealing with the study of mental processes and behavior in man and animals.
The interactions between physician and patient.
The branch of psychology concerned with the effects of group membership upon the behavior, attitudes, and beliefs of an individual.
The separation or resolution of the psyche into its constituent elements. The term has two separate meanings: 1. a procedure devised by Sigmund Freud, for investigating mental processes by means of free association, dream interpretation and interpretation of resistance and transference manifestations; and 2. a theory of psychology developed by Freud from his clinical experience with hysterical patients. (From Campbell, Psychiatric Dictionary, 1996).
A cabinet department in the Executive Branch of the United States Government concerned with administering those agencies and offices having programs pertaining to health and human services.
Programs of study which span the traditional boundaries of academic scholarship.
Care of patients by a multidisciplinary team usually organized under the leadership of a physician; each member of the team has specific responsibilities and the whole team contributes to the care of the patient.
Communication, in the sense of cross-fertilization of ideas, involving two or more academic disciplines (such as the disciplines that comprise the cross-disciplinary field of bioethics, including the health and biological sciences, the humanities, and the social sciences and law). Also includes problems in communication stemming from differences in patterns of language usage in different academic or medical disciplines.
Emotional, nutritional, financial, or physical maltreatment, exploitation, or abandonment of the older person generally by family members or by institutional personnel.
Treatment technique in a virtual environment which allows the participant to experience a sense of presence in an immersive, computer-generated, three-dimensional, interactive environment that minimizes avoidance behavior and facilitates emotional involvement. (from Curr Psychiatry Rep (2010) 12:298)
Dissertations embodying results of original research and especially substantiating a specific view, e.g., substantial papers written by candidates for an academic degree under the individual direction of a professor or papers written by undergraduates desirous of achieving honors or distinction.
Various conditions with the symptom of HEADACHE. Headache disorders are classified into major groups, such as PRIMARY HEADACHE DISORDERS (based on characteristics of their headache symptoms) and SECONDARY HEADACHE DISORDERS (based on their etiologies). (International Classification of Headache Disorders, 2nd ed. Cephalalgia 2004: suppl 1)
The symptom of PAIN in the cranial region. It may be an isolated benign occurrence or manifestation of a wide variety of HEADACHE DISORDERS.
A common primary headache disorder, characterized by a dull, non-pulsatile, diffuse, band-like (or vice-like) PAIN of mild to moderate intensity in the HEAD; SCALP; or NECK. The subtypes are classified by frequency and severity of symptoms. There is no clear cause even though it has been associated with MUSCLE CONTRACTION and stress. (International Classification of Headache Disorders, 2nd ed. Cephalalgia 2004: suppl 1)
Conditions with HEADACHE symptom that can be attributed to a variety of causes including BRAIN VASCULAR DISORDERS; WOUNDS AND INJURIES; INFECTION; drug use or its withdrawal.
A course of study offered by an educational institution.
A direct form of psychotherapy based on the interpretation of situations (cognitive structure of experiences) that determine how an individual feels and behaves. It is based on the premise that cognition, the process of acquiring knowledge and forming beliefs, is a primary determinant of mood and behavior. The therapy uses behavioral and verbal techniques to identify and correct negative thinking that is at the root of the aberrant behavior.
Educational institutions.
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The developments in the field of classical psychoanalysis in which the ego psychology gradually replaced the id psychology ... The modern psychoanalytic view underlined the importance of dreams in the analysis of transference and counter-transference. ... Peasant, N.; A. Zadra (2001). "Working with Dreams in Therapy: What do we Know and What Should we do?". Clinical Psychology ... Lane, R.C.; M. Harris (2002). "The Changing Place of Dream in Psychoanalytic History Part I: Freud, Ego Psychology and the ...
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... and hence clinically useful nature of the therapist's countertransference was later taken up by self psychology and ... and using the countertransference feelings of the therapist to help understand the patient. His central focus on the objective ...
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... countertransference. Sandler's concept also connects with the ideas of acting out and acting in within the analytic session, ... and similar concepts can be found in ego psychology, which speaks of the 'evocation' of a proxy and among post-Jungians with ... Countertransference and role-responsiveness' Int. Review of Psycho-Analysis (1976) 3: 43-7 J. Sandler, From Safety to Superego ... in re-aligning the concepts of the object relations school within the framework of ego psychology. Born and educated in South ...
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... "one-person psychology"' from Racker's influence would then appear as something of a retrograde step. Etchegoyen's 'attention to ... whose work on transference/countertransference stands as a precursor of intersubjective psychoanalysis: Etchegoyen's 'retreat ...
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... integrates the theories of psychology and psychotherapy because it has elements of psychoanalytic, ... including those which manifest in the client-therapist relationship as transference and countertransference, and define ... same model helps explain how people function and express their personality in their behaviour As Berne set up his psychology, ... promotion of subjective well-being and optimal human functioning rather than pathology and so identify with positive psychology ...
Psychology portal Mass hysteria Mass psychogenic illness Conversion disorder Body-centred countertransference Gehlen, F. (1977 ... In social psychology, hysterical contagion occurs when people in a group show signs of a physical problem or illness, when in ...
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The part played by countertransference and by the analyst's role responsiveness has also been highlighted. Negative capability ... Journal of Transpersonal Psychology 16 (1984), 193-205. ...
Psychology portal Acting in Acting out Charles Rycroft Countertransference Evenly-suspended attention Jean Laplanche Parallel ...
A history of medical psychology (1941) Mind, Medicine, & Man (1943) Sigmund Freud (1951) Psychology of the criminal act and ... and explored the effects of unresolved conflicts and countertransference affects of the analyst in the analytic situation. ... This volume was followed by A History of Medical Psychology in 1941 and Sigmund Freud in 1951. He also produced a series of ...
Psychology portal Abstinence (psychoanalysis) Body-centred countertransference Countertransference Negative therapeutic ... Psychoanalysis also describes as 'acting in' the process whereby the analyst brings his or her personal countertransference ... New Direction in Self Psychology Practice (2007) p 231 Jean-Michel Quinodoz, Listening to Hanna Segal (2011) p. 95, p.106, and ...
Before his death, Stern was an honorary professor in Psychology at the University of Geneva, adjunct professor in the ... creating transference/countertransference conditions that allow for a new and better experience of self in relationship with ... For more than 30 years, he worked in research and practice as well in developmental psychology and psychodynamic psychotherapy ... and on self-psychology (empathic availability and self-esteem)'. The prominent critical theorist and psychologist Félix ...
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Main article: Humanistic psychology. These psychotherapies, also known as "experiential", are based on humanistic psychology ... transference and countertransference (the patient's projections onto the therapist, and the therapist's emotional responses to ... Community psychology is a type of systemic psychology. The term group therapy was first used around 1920 by Jacob L. Moreno, ... Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 39 (3): 369-76. doi:10.1037/0735-7028.39.3.369. Archived (PDF) from the ...
... developmental psychology, psycholinguistics and educational psychology.[7][8] Her best known and perhaps most influential ... and regarded it as an example of countertransference. Later, he confessed to Spielrein that it had played a part in the schism ... "Journal of Analytical Psychology. 39 (2): 155-186. doi:10.1111/j.1465-5922.1994.00155.x. Retrieved October 14, 2012.. Free pdf ... Spielrein, S. (1994). "Destruction as the Cause of Coming into Being". Journal of Analytical Psychology. 39: 155-86.. ...
The founding organisation was the Tavistock institute of medical psychology founded in 1920 by Dr. Hugh Crichton-Miller.[1][2] ... Crichton-Miller, Hugh (1922). The New Psychology and the Parent. Jarrolds. Retrieved 16 November 2016.. .mw-parser-output cite. ... Jordan, E. (1909). "Herd Instinct and its Bearing on the Psychology of Civilized Man". Psychological Bulletin. 6 (12): 420-421 ... At this point its education and training services were managed separately by the Tavistock Institute for Medical Psychology, ...
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Amplification (psychology). *Asperger syndrome. *Body-centred countertransference. *Borderline personality disorder. * ... Lay summary - Psychology Today (January 3, 2010).. *^ Hogeveen, J.; Bird, G.; Chau, A.; Krueger, F.; Grafman, J. (1 February ... Vanheule S, Desmet M, Meganck R, Bogaerts S (2007). "Alexithymia and interpersonal problems". Journal of Clinical Psychology. ... Frith U (2004). "Emanuel Miller lecture: confusions and controversies about Asperger syndrome". Journal of Child Psychology and ...
An evolutionary psychology explanation for conversion disorder is that the symptoms may have been evolutionarily advantageous ... Body-centred countertransference. *Hysterical contagion. *Mass hysteria. *Somatization disorder. *Functional neurological ...
Jones's 1910 article published in the American Journal of Psychology which he developed into the 1949 book, Hamlet and Oedipus. ...
2008). Abnormal Psychology - 3rd Canadian Edition. Mississauga: John Wiley & Sons Canada, Ltd. p. 412. ISBN 978-0-470-84072-6. ... working with mental health specialists to help treat the underlying mood or disorder as well as to avoid countertransference. ... Psychology Press. p. 210. ISBN 1136322876. Retrieved July 10, 2015. Olry, Regis (June 2002). "Baron Munchhausen and the ... Abnormal Psychology (3rd Canadian ed.). Mississauga: John Wiley & Sons Canada. p. 412. ISBN 978-0-470-84072-6. Giannini, A. ...
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... and eventually Psychology at Johns Hopkins University (Ph.D., 1909). While working at the New York State Psychiatric Institute ... he can be seen as pioneering investigations into such phenomena as countertransference, and intersubjective psychoanalysis. ...
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9, 17-35 Maizels, N. (1995) "Smoking and intrusive identification", Bulletin Australian Psychoanalytic Psychology Vol. 10, 32- ... about a psychoanalytic relationship which have to be overcome before a genuine transference and countertransference can be ... Bulletin Australian Psychoanalytic Psychology, 2-19. ...
In The Psychology of Women, Helene discussed the concept of spontaneous abortion and miscarriage as a result of psychological ... countertransference'. Deutsch was wary accordingly of any 'rigid adherence to the phantom of "Freudian Method", which, as I now ... She became a pupil and then assistant to Freud, and became the first woman to concern herself with the psychology of women. ... While at the Hague Congress, Helene presented her paper on The Psychology of Mistrust. In it, she claimed that lying was a ...
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Journal of Clinical Psychology, 62(4), 405-410. Clarkin, J. F., Foelsch, P. A., Levy, K. N., Hull, J. W., Delany, J. C., ... countertransference Integration of the split-off self representations, leading to an integrated sense of self and others which ... Journal of Clinical Psychology, 62, 481-501. Clarkin, J.F. & Levy, L.N. (2006). Psychotherapy for patients with borderline ... Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 74, 1027-1040. American Psychiatric Association (2000). Diagnostic and ...
... psychology) Role suction Transference Wilfred Bion Psychology portal Quoted in Jan Grant and Jim Crawley, Transference and ... As with transference and countertransference, projective identification can be a potential key to therapeutic understanding, ... Dictionary of Psychology. Patrick Casement, Further Learning from the Patient (London 1990) p. 177 Projective identification R ... On a specific aspect of countertransference due to the patient's projective identification (In Classics of Psychoanalytical ...
Analytical Psychology Club. Kirsch, Thomas B. (2003). Toni Wolff-James Kirsch correspondence. Journal of Analytical Psychology ... P. Watzlawik; Zurich: CG Jung Institute 1956) Barbara Hannah Countertransference Jolande Jacobi Love triangle Sabina Spielrein ... In 1916, she, Jung, and Emma, attended the opening of the Psychology Club of Zurich. Jung was commonly accompanied by both ... Wolff's connection with Jung was pivotal in her development as an analyst and member of the early analytical psychology circle ...
Ego psychology Fritz Wittels Heinz Hartmann Helene Deutsch Psychoanalytic literary criticism Thompson 2005 Susan Ware, Notable ... "Problems of Overidealization of the Analyst and of Analysis-Their Manifestations in the Transference and Countertransference ... Greenacre worked for some years under Adolf Meyer on experimental psychology. During this period she married and divorced her ...
She is a regular contributor to Psychology Today and The Huffington Post, as well as a prominent expert panelist at sexuality ... Attending to Counter-Transference Issues". The Family Therapy Magazine. Katehakis, Alexandra (November 2, 2010). "Sexual ... Trauma blog at Psychology Today The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health American Association of Sexuality Educators, ... Alexandra Katehakis was a regular contributor to Psychology Today and The Huffington Post, writing their annual Best and Worst ...
Herman graduated from Clark University in Worcester, MA in 1974 with a B.A. degree in Psychology. He attended the University of ... "L. B. Boyer, 84, Psychoanalyst; Promoted Countertransference". Retrieved 2018-08-24. Boyer, L. Bryce, & Giovacchini, P. L. ...
In Integrating Ego Psychology and Object Relations, ed. by L. Saretsky, G.D. Goldman and D.S. Milman, pp. 270-285. Dubuque, ... International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 30:131-152 (1981).Volkan, V .D., Transference and countertransference: An ... In Psychology and Near-Eastern Studies, ed. by L.C. Brown and N. Itzkowitz. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press ... Political Psychology, 5:3-4. (1985). Volkan, V. D. The need to have enemies and allies: A Developmental Approach. Political ...
Analytical psychology Hyman Spotnitz Psychoanalysis Spotnitz, H. (1969), Modern Psychoanalysis of the Schizophrenic Patient. ... Eventually the analyst's emotional responses (objective countertransference) will be used for therapeutic purposes but not ... Marshall, R. & Marshall, S. (1988), The transference-countertransference matrix: The emotional-cognitive dialogue in ... Bernstein, J. (1993). "Using the countertransference resistance". Modern Psychoanalysis. 18: 71-80. Shetel, S. (1995). "The ...
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Embodied resonance in countertransference. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 51, 109-124 Wosket, V. (1999). The therapeutic use ... This phenomenon is also known as somatic countertransference or embodied countertransference and it links to how mirror ... An exploration of body-centred countertransference in Irish Therapists. Clinical Psychology Today, 4(2), 26-38. Kate White ed ... An exploration of body-centred countertransference in Irish Therapists. Clinical Psychology Today, 4(2), 26-38. Loughran (2002 ...
Fordham, M. (1990/1978). Transference and counter-transference. In Jungian Psychotherapy: A Study in Analytical Psychology, (pp ... Samuels, A. (2006). Transference/countertransference. In R. K. Papadopoulos (Ed.), The handbook of Jungian psychology: Theory, ... Kirsh, J.(2005). Transference/Counter-Transference (Analytical Psychology). In A. de Mijolla (Ed.), International dictionary of ... Jung on Transference/Countertransference. Jung, C. G. (1961). Therapeutic Principles of Psychoanalysis (R. F. C. Hull, Trans ...
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Sandler, J. (1976). Countertransference and role responsiveness. Int. J. Psychoanal. 3, 43-47. ... As explained by Panksepp (1998, p. 12) behaviorist psychology regarded the brain as a black box. The "science" of psychology ... Freuds original Project for a Scientific Psychology/Psychology for Neurologists can be carried forward in a way that moves ... Non-dynamic psychology has provided a way of explaining that thought is either implicit/procedural or explicit/conscious ( ...
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  • Loughran (2002) found that 38 therapists out of 40 who had responded to a questionnaire (which was distributed to a sample of 124 therapists) on a therapist's use of body as a medium for transference and countertransference communication reported that they had experienced bodily sensations (nausea or churning stomach, sleepiness, shakiness, heart palpitations, sexual excitement, etc.) while in session with patients. (
  • Transference and countertransference. (
  • Despite the fact that the concept of transference and countertransference is about 100 years, the operationalization of these phenomena remains largely insufficient. (
  • Issues of transference and countertransference, boundaries, and projective functions are discussed. (
  • The most recent field study successfully synthesized elements of somatic psychotherapy with a range of educational tools and ideas, including assessment, cultural sensitivity, transference and countertransference, clinical intuition and the art and science of psychotherapy, and more. (
  • Readings highlight current issues and topics regarding different views of psychopathology, trauma, and the role of the therapeutic relationship through transference and countertransference. (
  • In this essay I shall characterize the two main processes which occur in the analytic space - transference and countertransference - and, while doing so, offer some philosophical reflections on the relations between psychoanalysis and the modern world view. (
  • The ability to identify emotional cues, to understand relational patterns and to be aware of defences, transference and countertransference can enhance a clinician's diagnostic and treatment performance. (
  • This paper first outlines the challenges of war-refugees through describing the destabilizing effects of the war refugees on the host populations through psychological concepts of trauma, transference, and countertransference, through which virulent strains of violent ideology spread into vulnerable populations. (
  • The destabilizing effects of the war refugees on the host populations receiving them can best be understood within human psychology concepts of trauma, transference, and countertransference, through which virulent strains of violent ideology spread into vulnerable populations. (
  • The therapist has been confronted with a rich, if at times contradictory and confusing, variety of phenomenological descriptions, etiological explanations, transference and countertransference phenomena, and technical recommendations for treating primary disturbances of the self. (
  • In Jungian Psychotherapy: A Study in Analytical Psychology , (pp. 80-96). (
  • JFK University's master's degree program in Counseling Psychology provides a robust contemporary education in the counseling arts and the practice of psychotherapy, integrating recent findings in fields such as trauma research, developmental attachment, systems theory, and neurobiology (including interpersonal neurobiology) with a grounding in evidence-based practices and psychotherapy. (
  • Psychotherapy is profoundly indebted to Carl Jung, who among others, discovered the mappings of soul psychology. (
  • Interventions are drawn from a wide range of somatic psychotherapy modalities including Integrative Body Psychotherapy, The Hakomi Method, Body-Mind Psychotherapy, Authentic Movement, Formative Psychology, Focusing, The Moving Cycle, Somatic Experiencing, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. (
  • To gain an in-depth understanding and capacity to apply Somatic Psychology theory to the clinical practice of Somatic Psychotherapy. (
  • The Somatic Psychology curriculum provides students with a firm understanding of the theories, strategies, and transformational attitudes that are basic to psychotherapy. (
  • In our work of the analysis of countertransference, we rely on the theoretical concepts borrowed from Positive Psychotherapy after Nossrat Peseschkian (1968). (
  • Commissioned by a task force of the American Psychological Association, this review amalgamated findings relating evaluations of psychotherapy process and outcomes to the degree to which therapists' own internal conflicts affect their reactions to patients ('countertransference'), and to how well they manage those reactions. (
  • This particular review analysed findings relating psychotherapy process and outcomes to the degree to which counsellors' and therapists' reactions to clients are based on their own unresolved personal conflicts (so-called 'countertransference'), and to the practitioner's ability to recognise and manage this potential obstruction to effective therapy. (
  • One of the primary motivations for my academic and community work has been to promote the idea that clinical psychology need not limit itself only to the individual or intrapsychic processes when considering how to approach problems of 'mental health' and psychotherapy. (
  • Countertransference effects in psychotherapy. (
  • Here at Roehampton we consider that Art Psychotherapy is one of the 'Psychological Therapies' and that other Psychological Therapies include disciplines such as Counselling, Psychology and Psychotherapy. (
  • The Concentration in Somatic Psychotherapy within the MA in Clinical Psychology Program gives all MACP students access to specialized training in integrating somatic approaches within clinical work. (
  • Which are most salient for psychology and psychotherapy? (
  • This course focuses on aging and long-term care, including a developmental viewpoint on the biological, psychological, and social factors that contribute to health and dysfunction among older adults, as well as theoretical and empirical treatment approaches in working with older adults in psychotherapy, applying this understanding to the profession of clinical psychology. (
  • He is a Fellow in Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology), Division 49 (Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy) and Division 29 (Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy) of the American Psychological Association. (
  • Dennis is a recipient of the Arthur Teicher Group Psychologist of the Year (2013) award from Division 49 (Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy), the Lifetime Achievement Award (2012) from the Society of Counseling Psychology, Section for the Promotion of Psychotherapy Science and the Lifetime Mentoring Award (2009) from the Society of Counseling Psychology. (
  • Arthur Teicher Group Psychologist of the Year (2013) award from Division 49 (Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy). (
  • Lifetime Achievement Award (2012) from the Society of Counseling Psychology, Section for the Promotion of Psychotherapy Science. (
  • In addition, he worked closely with Bernie to revise the state licensing laws for psychology so as to authorize psychologists for the independent practice of psychotherapy. (
  • Expert contributors discuss issues of particular interest to psychotherapists, including attitudinal and countertransference barriers to treating substance abusers, clinical assessment techniques, the efficacy of psychotherapy with substance abusers, the integration of 12-Step and psychotherapeutic approaches, and comorbidity of psychopathology and substance abuse. (
  • Today there are two opposite approaches to the concept of countertransference. (
  • It is characterized by the concept of countertransference, regarded as an unconscious reaction of the psychoanalyst to the transference of the patient. (
  • This is a considerable weight to place on the concept of countertransference, but I shall try to argue that it can bear it. (
  • Since the 1950s, psychoanalysts and psychodynamic therapists have held a more benign view of countertransference. (
  • This strongly argues for dynamic therapists to pursue such therapy themselves: It "tunes the instrument" to better distinguish countertransference evoked by the patient, versus similar feelings that arise from other causes. (
  • Therapists can sometimes observe their countertransference and leverage it into insight that can help the patient. (
  • There is some evidence that narcissistic patients and those suffering from borderline personality disorder create more intense embodied countertransferences in their therapists, their personalities favouring such non-verbal communication by impact over more verbalised, less somatic interactions. (
  • Irish psychologists at NUI Galway and University College Dublin have recently begun to measure body-centred countertransference in female trauma therapists using their recently developed 'Egan and Carr Body-Centred Countertransference Scale' (2005), a sixteen symptom measure. (
  • High levels of body-centred countertransference have since been found in both Irish female trauma therapists and clinical psychologists. (
  • Hamilton et al (2020) revisited BCT in a larger sample of 175 therapists (122 females) and that the a similar pattern of body-centred countertransference was reported as in the previous two studies. (
  • An exploration of body-centred countertransference in Irish Therapists. (
  • When studies of therapists' management of these reactions have employed such a scale, nearly all have used the Countertransference Factors Inventory. (
  • Dimensions of activity in countertransference and therapist reactions: Therapists reactions during sessions with depressed patients. (
  • Couples on the Couch will be of great interest to couple psychotherapists and counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychoanalysts, as well as graduate and postgraduate students in psychology, marriage and family therapy, or those in psychoanalytic training programs. (
  • In R. K. Papadopoulos (Ed.), The handbook of Jungian psychology: Theory, practice and applications (pp. 117-195). (
  • Countertransference phenomena and personality pathology in clinical practice: An empirical investigation. (
  • Their diversity of backgrounds and viewpoints exposes our students to the full breadth of clinical psychology and allows them to make informed decisions about which theoretical approaches and practice areas suit them best. (
  • Such a definition accords with how in practice countertransference has been assessed in studies. (
  • I have also conducted research in other fields, working with refugees, hearing voices, reflective practice, psychodynamic models of supervision, health psychology, organisational cultures in mental health and more. (
  • I am also part of a group that focusses on curriculum reform, centred around the decolonisation of clinical psychology practice and pedagogy. (
  • Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 5 , 67-76. (
  • The potential contribution of psychodynamic concepts to professional sport psychology practice is explored. (
  • These include (1) the General Psychology Core, (2) the Research Core, (3) the Clinical Practice Core, (4) the Assessment Core, and (5) the Concentration Core. (
  • Toni Bernay, Ph.D., is in private practice in Beverly Hills, California, and is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry (Psychology) at the Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of California, Los Angeles. (
  • We believe psychological practice must be based on the science of psychology. (
  • Dennis is the In-Coming editor (2017) of the Journal of Counseling Psychology and former editor of Group Dynamics: Theory, Research and Practice . (
  • Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 36 (4), 376. (
  • The purpose of this study was to explore sport psychology consultants' experiences of using hypnosis in their practice. (
  • Also known as somatic countertransference, it can incorporate the therapist's gut feelings, as well as changes to breathing, to heart rate and to tension in muscles. (
  • It reports on a three research synthesis related to 'countertransference' - the therapist's 'human', emotional reactions to the patient as opposed to their deliberate therapeutic manoeuvres. (
  • Countertransference' refers to similar reactions by the therapist to the patient placing them in these roles, deriving from unresolved issues from the therapist's childhood, reactions to be eliminated if possible through the therapist's own psychoanalysis. (
  • The reviewers favoured an amalgam of these and other views, defining countertransference as the therapist's inevitable internal and external reactions in which their unresolved conflicts, usually but not always unconscious, are implicated. (
  • Countertransference is best understood as an interaction between the therapist's unresolved conflicts and aspects of the client that touch upon or stir up those conflicts. (
  • Coursework throughout the Somatic Psychology program includes the study of a range of psychodynamic approaches including drive theory, object relations, self-psychology, Jungian, intersubjective, and relational theories. (
  • Freud's original Project for a Scientific Psychology/Psychology for Neurologists can be carried forward in a way that moves psychoanalysis into the twenty-first century as a core contemporary science ( Kandel, 1999 ). (
  • The New York Psychoanalytic Institute) or, as at the W. A. White Institute, they received certificates that they had finished advanced courses in clinical psychology , with no mention of psychoanalysis, though the training was identical for psychiatrists and psychologists. (
  • This important volume, which forms Book X of The Seminar of Jacques Lacan , will be of great interest to students and practitioners of psychoanalysis and to students and scholars throughout the humanities and social sciences, from literature and critical theory to sociology, psychology and gender studies. (
  • She is also Secretary and on the Board of Directors at the International Society for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology In this paper I present a model for psychoanalysis that builds on the development systems self psychology I developed in 1997 with Morton Shane and Mary Gales. (
  • All this represent instances of my own ongoing "moments of connection" with research in other fields and with other models of psychoanalysis, including intersubjective systems theory, contemporary self psychology, and in particular, relational theory itself. (
  • This chapter describes the application of short-term psychodynamic principles in general to work in medicine, psychology, social work and related disciplines. (
  • This phenomenon is also known as 'somatic countertransference' or 'embodied countertransference' and it links to how mirror neurons might lead to 'unconscious automatic somatic countertransference' as a result of postural mirroring by the therapist. (
  • Most examples of countertransference found in literature, refer to the perceived emotional reactions of the therapist, and unconscious components are considered in terms of transitory 'blind spots', which may be worked through by gaining awareness of the emotional reactions. (
  • A form of depth psychology, the primary focus of which is to reveal the unconscious content of a client's psyche in an effort to alleviate psychic tension. (
  • The Psychology of Today's Woman: New Psychoanalytic Visions probes these and related questions from the standpoint of both developmental and therapeutic concerns. (
  • What follows is a modification of the psychoanalytic perspective that appeared in Intimate Attachments: Toward a New Self Psychology (Shane, Shane, and Gales, 1997). (
  • Psychoanalytic treatment such as provided in the model addressed here, encompassing a relational self psychology perspective integrated with attachment theory and organized by a nonlinear systems sensibility, carries with it the potential to provide new experiences for a person who suffered trauma to the self in this way, through environmental failure or constitutional inadequacy, so that a consolidated sense of self and self with other may be attained. (
  • Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 92, 196-209. (
  • In addition, abnormal psychology is concerned with the origins and treatment of abnormal behavior and disorders. (
  • Abnormal psychology is more of an umbrella term. (
  • Davison, Neale & Kring: Abnormal psychology. (
  • Donald Woods Winnicott FRCP (7 April 1896 - 25 January 1971) was an English paediatrician and psychoanalyst who was especially influential in the field of object relations theory and developmental psychology. (
  • This course focuses on lifespan development, including a range of theories and empirical models within the developmental psychology literature. (
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  • If transference is projection, countertransference is projective identification - something elicited by the patient in the therapist: evocative knowledge. (
  • The analyst experiencing countertransference should rid himself of these feelings by having further analysis himself. (
  • In using countertransference this way, the therapist must consider multiple sources of his or her feelings. (
  • Countertransference encompasses the feelings that the patient evokes in the therapist. (
  • Countertransference feelings and personality disorders: a psychometric evaluation of a brief version of the Feeling Word Checklist (FWC-BV). (
  • Using detailed illustrations of the clinical process when patients talk about their patients, the author illustrates the manner in which the analyst's listening itself may be drawn into the process of enactment and explores how transference-countertransference interactions alter both the analyst's and the patient's listening. (
  • Countertransference hate in the treatment of suicidal patients. (
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  • Somatic Psychology and EMDR Therapy: Enhancing Embodiment in Trauma Treatment. (
  • Somatic Psychology brings the body into therapy by highlighting physiological patterns and their influence on human behavior. (
  • However, final therapy outcomes have rarely assessed, and research has not been done which could establish whether links between countertransference and its management and therapy process/outcomes were causal, or by-products of other influences. (
  • Clinical psychology can both contribute to and be influenced by a range of fields, including family therapy, community and critical psychology, sociology, cultural psychology, social justice, feminism and contemporary developments in ethics and philosophy, while still pursuing rigorous forms of research support. (
  • Community psychology, when applied to mental health problems can support the development of participatory and emancipatory practices, beyond the individual therapy room. (
  • We aim to acknoweldge cultures and ways of making-meaning that have been erased by the hegemony of Western approaches to therapy, particualrly by psychiatry and clinical psychology, and equip our students for allyship. (
  • The most common term for his particulat therapy style is Analytical Psychology, the name given to the psychological-therapeutic system founded and developed by the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961). (
  • Supervisors were associated with graduate programs that offered applied sport psychology practica and/or internships, as identified in the Directory of Graduate Programs in Applied Sport Psychology (Sachs, Burke, & Salitsky, 1992). (
  • From countertransference to empathy: A phenomenological investigation into psychotherapeutic process. (
  • From an ego psychology approach, Mahler and her colleagues (1985) hypothesize that the infant's initial experience is one of symbiotic attachment to the mother. (
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  • This article was chosen from our archives (Spring, 2002) to generate current discussion on the topic of the impact of prenatal and perinatal psychology on society and culture. (
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  • Thus, as I write about my revised perspective, I at times compare it to my understanding of particular expressions of relational theory and to other self psychology models. (
  • Before I discuss and elaborate on the six features that characterize self psychology, which were first cited in Intimate Attachments, I think it worthwhile to make a brief statement about my own organizing perspective (I paraphrase closely what we wrote in 1997). (
  • The discussion examined the essential features of narcissism at several levels: archetypal, object relations, self psychology, and behavioral considerations. (
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  • Dorothy W. Cantor, Psy.D., is Director of Continuing Education, Graduate School of Applied Professional Psychology, Rutgers University. (
  • In it's light the countertransference is a common emotional reactions of the therapist to the patient in the treatment situation. (
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  • The American contributions constitute a creative counterpart, emphasizing the application of attachment theory and the presently growing interest in countertransference analysis and utilization. (
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  • To complete the doctoral program successfully, students must demonstrate competency in a number of specific clinical and conceptual skills, and must complete a Clinical Research Project in the area of applied clinical psychology. (
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  • Carl Jung and Soul Psychology is a fascinating exploration of the identity and unifying work of soul psychology. (
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  • The work ends with brief considerations concerning the possibilities of combining studies of the thoughts and wishes of the therapist in investigations on countertransference . (
  • Body-centred countertransference involves a psychotherapist's experiencing the physical state of the patient in a clinical context. (
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  • To assess the supervisory skills of sport psychologists who are training future practitioners, the Sport Psychology Supervisory Skills Inventory (SPSSI) was mailed to 201 potential applied sport psychology supervisors. (
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  • The perspective developed in this paper suggests that defining sport psychology by what sport psychologists do or by who offers services may permit, but cannot ensure, professional competence. (
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