Search Results for "countertransference" (Page 2)

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Feb 24, 2024

...fear or anxiety—a reluctancy to treat. Antagonistic feelings towards those with BPD are often the result of common suicidal tendencies, including perceived around the clock availability from the therapist, as well as strong, negative countertransference feelings, such as anger, embarrassment,... Search hits: 3 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 869.44

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...to finding the positive in his or her life. Managing our countertransference response is tricky, but quite important. How do we work with our own negativity bias in order to see the good in our client and to stay hopeful... Search hits: 2 in body, 1 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 753.52

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...differences. Over time, interns develop an increased capacity for cultural self-formulation insofar as it impacts countertransference dynamics in clinical work. Illustration The following encounter in the cultural process group occurred about four months into the training year and illustrates the... Search hits: 2 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 579.63

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...approval and/or fear of losing their relationship could result in nondisclosure of important clinical material, such as an alliance rupture, countertransference, and – particularly – feelings of sexual attraction toward a client. But our point is not solely about actual... Search hits: 2 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 579.63

...recognize it. For the supervisee, it is critical to address countertransference and ruptures in therapeutic relationship; supervisees may be hesitant to openly discuss these in supervision as they may negatively influence performance evaluations. A strong supervisory relationship potentially creates a... Search hits: 2 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 579.63

...a client presents a disturbing narrative of an event, displays concerning behaviors, or is extremely resistant, therapists may experience countertransference (Alves de Oliveira & Vandenberghe, 2009), including problematic empathy, which they must learn to manage. Our interest lies with the... Search hits: 2 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 579.63

...1984). Patients with PDs often generate intense and uncomfortable reactions in their therapists, sometimes producing iatrogenic therapist behaviors, sometimes referred to as countertransference (Bateman, 1998; Bateman & Fonagy, 2006; Levy, 2013). Forming a strong therapeutic alliance with clients with a... Search hits: 2 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 579.63

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Mar 8, 2020

...work on your countertransference. There are many definitions of countertransference, though I’m considering it as the “…therapist’s internal or external reactions that are shaped by the therapist’s past or present emotional conflicts or vulnerabilities,” Gelso & Hayes, 2007, p.25). If... Search hits: 2 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 579.63

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Sep 1, 2022

...the core of the management of countertransference. They also present a pilot study to assess the impact of reflective practice on trainees’ management of their countertransference reactions. William Stiles, Jordan Bate, and Timothy Anderson describe new developments related to responsiveness... Search hits: 2 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 579.63

...overwhelmed and sexualized response in their clinicians whereas there was no specific emotional reaction associated with the schizoid and the obsessive-compulsive disorders. Clinical implications of these findings were discussed. Keywords: personality assessment, PDM, PDC, PDP, therapists’ emotional responses, countertransference +1... Search hits: 1 in body, 1 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 463.7