Containing Countertransference

A Rabid Example (Vol. 1, Issue 27)

For decades now, psychoanalysts have considered countertransference as including the wide array of feelings clinicians experience towards their patients. Freud (1912/1993) initially thought it a perversion, necessitating regular psychoanalyses to clean out the metaphorical filter of the objective mind. No more. Perhaps in some old, dusty consulting room…

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