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Countertransference and older clients

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Published by Sage Publications in Newbury Park, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social work with older people -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Human services personnel -- Psychology.,
  • Countertransference (Psychology)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Bonnie Genevay, Renée S. Katz.
    ContributionsGenevay, Bonnie., Katz, Renée S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV1451 .F33 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination192 p. :
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1881825M
    ISBN 100803938500
    LC Control Number90042501

    This Third Edition of the bestselling Psychotherapy with Older Adults continues to offer students and professionals a thorough overview of psychotherapy with older adults. Using the contextual, cohort-based, maturity, specific challenge (CCMSC) model, it draws upon findings from scientific gerontology and life-span developmental psychology to describe how psychotherapy needs to be adapted for. Countertransference can either be positive or negative Negative countertransference-often presents in punitive actions or attitudes toward the participant, which results in detriment to the interpersonal relationship and to the team’s clinical functioning (Sebree & Popkess-Vawter, ) Positive Countertransference-can have equallyFile Size: 1MB.

      The therapist points out and interprets any transference that arises, and this is used to identify and resolve old conflicts and problematic defense mechanisms. Interpretation of the countertransference that arises can offer the therapist insight into elements of clients’ experiences that have gone unspoken. response to the client, countertransference can be construed as an attempt by the therapist to meet his or her own needs instead of the client's needs (Cutler, ). Because therapy is geared ideally toward meeting the client's needs, counter-transference may be envisioned as standing in direct opposi-tion to the fundamental aim of therapy.

    Issues of Countertransference in Therapy with Transgender Clients () Christine Milrod, Ph.D. Abstract. Therapist countertransference in the treatment of individuals presenting with Gender Dysphoria has until now been largely unexamined in the clinical literature, although the therapist’s conception of gender identity etiology, sexual orientation, gender role models and investment in. Abstract. The psychoanalytic insights regarding transference and countertransference that have been developed by therapists working in one-to-one situations can be applied fruitfully in a group Author: Jimmie Witt.


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Countertransference and Older Clients explores this issue and focuses on the use of countertransference--the powerful linkage between a helper's personal feelings and his/her professional work. This practical volume shows helping professionals how to confront and examine their own denial, fear of growing old, being helpless, and dying, anger related to death and loss, and their need for.

: Countertransference and Older Clients (): Genevay, Bonnie, Katz, Renee S.: BooksFormat: Paperback. Countertransference and Older Clients.

This book asserts that professionals who work with the old, the disabled and the dying need to confront their own fears of growing old and perhaps helpless, of dying and the unknown, as well as their need for control, professional omnipotence and their need to. Countertransference and Older Clients by Genevay, Bonnie A readable copy.

All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.

Countertransference and Older Clients by Bonnie Genevay,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Foreword - Robert KastenbaumIntroductionUsing Our Emotional Reactions to Older Clients - Renee S Katz A Working TheoryCreativity, Countertransference and Dying - Bonnie GenevayEffective Intervention and Negative Emotional.

Transference and Countertransference with Older Clients Regardless of the age of the therapist, there are likely to be differences in the therapist-client relationship when the client is older. Whether or not the relationship is a primary focus of the therapeutic method.

Countertransference and Older Clients. Edited by: Other Titles in: This book asserts that professionals who work with the old, the disabled and the dying need to confront their own fears of growing old and perhaps helpless, of dying and the unknown, as well as their need for control, professional omnipotence and their need to be needed.

Psychotherapy with Older Adults. 3rd ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc., Transference and Countertransference with Older Clients; Therapists' Responses to Work with Older Clients; Since the second edition of this book went to press ina number of books and handbooks related to this topic have appeared, and the pace of.

Methodology for discovering and teaching countertransference toward elderly clients Altschuler, J. & Katz, A.D.

() Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 32(2), Describes a method that has been effective in helping students, paraprofessional counselors as well as mental health professionals identify countertransference reactions in themselves.

Countertransference and the Therapist’s Inner Experience explores the inner world of the psychotherapist and its influences on the relationship between psychotherapist and relationship is a major element determining the success of psychotherapy, in addition to determining how and to what extent psychotherapy works with each individual by: Countertransference.

Countertransference refers to the range of reactions and responses that the counselor has toward clients (including the clients' transference reactions) based on the counselor's own background and personal issues. Although countertransference occurs.

When countertransference is recognized and dealt with outside the counseling room, it can enhance the empathy that counselors feel for clients. But in certain unique circumstances, some counselors choose to make use of their experiences more directly — by disclosing specific personal information to clients.

Transference & Countertransference: A Common Sense Perspective © BABETTE ROTHSCHILD, M.S.W., L.C.S.W. This article is the first in a series of articles on a principle I am afraid has gone missing from most psychological theories and techniques - Common Sense.

Book Description. While transference has been fully described in the literature, countertransference has been viewed as its ugly sibling, and hence there are still not as many reflective accounts or guidance for trainees about how to handle difficult emotions, such as shame and.

More often, though, countertransference is problematic when it is negative. The therapist feels bored, irked, paralyzed, or contemptuous in the presence of a particular patient. It is the. Research on body image and older women has grown in the past decade. However, there is a gap in the literature regarding body image, older women, and countertransference.

Humera Quddoos explains why transference provides a rich and fertile field for therapeutic work. Therapeutic space has three fields within it: one occupied by the client, one by the therapist, and a third space that’s co-created by the therapist and client and overlaps into each of their personal spaces.1 Transference and countertransference arise in the.

Countertransference and Older Clients. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Doing Psychotherapy New York: Basic Books Working through the countertransference. Transference, Countertransference and Projection Origin of the Concept of Transference Viennese psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud first identified the phenomenon of transference inwhen he worked with a client called Dora.

In hindsight, he realised that the reason she had not completed treatment with him was that he had failed to recognise that she saw him. Defines the concept of countertransference and four dimensions of possible countertransference responses toward the older client.

Three of these responses are based on Karen Horney's interpersonal styles: moving toward, moving away, and moving against. Discusses strategies for managing countertransference with older clients, with special emphasis placed on counselor awareness, self Cited by: 4.

At heart, therapy is a relationship between a client and a therapist. And, like any relationship, sometimes the boundaries can get tricky. There are two words related to this in therapy – transference and countertransference. Transference is when you unwittingly put feelings for someone from your past onto your therapist.

For example, you might find yourself acting rebellious around your.In addition to protecting clients from unethical behavior, recognizing a situation with the potential of countertransference will propel the therapist to address their issues outside of the client-practitioner relationship.

McIntosh states, “We are human and always have unresolved issues, old wounds .