The therapist at work : personal factors affecting the analytic process / by Dimitris Anastasopoulos.

Anastasopoulos, Dimitris [Browse]
  • Boca Raton, FL : Routledge, an imprint of Taylor and Francis, [2018].
  • ©2004.
1 online resource (183 p.)


Summary note
The majority of the papers grew out of the proceedings of the fourth EFPP Congress of the Adults Section in 2000 and explore the therapist-patient relationship with the emphasis on the influence of the therapist as opposed to that of the patient. Topics discussed in this collection include the impact of the patient on the analyst, how the analyst's clinical theory and personal philosophy affect the analytic process, the effect of the therapist's dreams on the therapeutic process, the psychoanalyst's influence on the collaborative process, and intersubjective phenomena and emotional exchange in the psychoanalytic process.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 129-144) and index.
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  • COVER; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS; INTRODUCTION; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE: The analyst's clinical theory and its impacton the analytic process in psychoanalytic psychotherapy; CHAPTER TWO: A different perspective on the therapeutic process:the impact of the patient on the analyst; CHAPTER THREE: Knowing and being known; CHAPTER FOUR: How does psychoanalysis work?; CHAPTER FIVE: Intersubjective phenomena and emotional exchange:new considerations regarding transferenceand countertransference
  • CHAPTER SIX: Constructing therapeutic alliance:the psychoanalyst's influence on the collaborative processCHAPTER SEVEN: The therapist is dreaming:the effect of the therapist's dreams on the therapeutic process; CHAPTER EIGHT: The healing workof a practising psychoanalyst/psychotherapist; REFERENCES; INDEX
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