An Acute Isomorphism Attack

How Patient-Therapist Dynamics Affect Interpersonal Relationships (Vol 1, Issue 4)

Isomorphism is a term of art in the psychoanalytic world, referring to the process wherein a patient-psychotherapist pattern maps onto a supervisory relationship. Imagine a therapist with a patient who is often angry at him or her. If that therapist were to seek supervision from a more-experienced colleague, and the therapist began to feel angry at the …

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