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[Somatic transference and countertransference: a critical review and an integration with the neuroscientific perspective].
Palmieri A, et al. Riv Psichiatr 2018 - Review. PMID 30667394 Italian.
AIM: The idea that the transference/countertransference process is characterized by a somatic component is rooted in classical psychoanalytic tradition. ...METHOD: A research was conducted in the peer-reviewed literature indexed in the principal scientific databases to identify contributions on the somatic transference and countertransference constructs. ...
AIM: The idea that the transference/countertransference process is characterized by a somatic component is rooted in classical psycho …
Transference-countertransference.
Loewald HW. J Am Psychoanal Assoc 1986. PMID 3722697
This paper concerns the dynamics of transference-countertransference as they reveal themselves in object relations and specifically in the psychoanalytic process. It is postulated that transference and countertransference cannot be viewed separately, that both analyst and patient exhibit transference-countertransference reactions, and that they are normal ingredients of the psychoanalytic process. ...
This paper concerns the dynamics of transference-countertransference as they reveal themselves in object relations and specifically i …
Countertransference
TOWER LE. J Am Psychoanal Assoc 1956. PMID 13319162
Love and melancholia in the analysis of women by women
Perelberg RJ. Int J Psychoanal 2017. PMID 28671276
This paper suggests that in the analysis of women by women a melancholic core may be encountered at the centre of the transference/countertransference situation that is an expression of the loss of the primary maternal object that has never been mourned. ...
This paper suggests that in the analysis of women by women a melancholic core may be encountered at the centre of the transference/co …
The transference and the zone of proximal development.
Wilson A and Weinstein L. J Am Psychoanal Assoc 1996 - Review. PMID 8717483
Strands from several psychoanalytic formulations are brought together and forged into a coherent construct, which is then contrasted with the transference. ...The ZPD works in tandem with the transference, capitalizing on the impetus provided, allowing for the possibility of internalization, a beneficial outcome to transference repetition which otherwise would have no agent of conflict resolution. ...
Strands from several psychoanalytic formulations are brought together and forged into a coherent construct, which is then contrasted with th …
Searching for a Sensitive Way of Working Through
Kupermann D. Am J Psychoanal 2017. PMID 28740195
This work intends to present aspects of clinical work in which the Ferenczian proposition of neo-catharsis, as re-emergence of repressed affective experience in the transference and countertransference presents itself as a challenge to the analyst, since a standard, classical technical approach results in repetition of past trauma with the analyst as perpetrator. A deviation from standard technique-free association, the principle of abstinence in transference, and interpretation-involving empathic listening, and affective sharing contains the patient's suffering. ...
This work intends to present aspects of clinical work in which the Ferenczian proposition of neo-catharsis, as re-emergence of repressed aff …
Countertransference
MEYERS TJ. J Am Osteopath Assoc 1953. PMID 13108756
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