By Charles J. Gelso
Countertransference and the Therapist’s internal adventure explores the internal international of the psychotherapist and its affects at the dating among psychotherapist and sufferer. This courting is a massive aspect picking out the good fortune of psychotherapy, as well as selecting how and to what volume psychotherapy works with each one person sufferer. Authors Charles J. Gelso and Jeffrey A. Hayes current the historical past and present prestige of countertransference, supply a theoretically integrative belief, and concentrate on how psychotherapists can deal with countertransference in a fashion that advantages the healing method. The publication includes thoroughly updated facts from latest learn findings, and illuminates the universality of countertransference throughout all psychotherapies and psychotherapists. Contents contain: *the operation of countertransference throughout 3 main thought clusters in psychotherapy; *leading components eager about the administration of countertransference; and *valuable ideas for psychotherapy practitioners and researchers. pros in medical and counseling psychology, psychiatry, social paintings, and counseling will make the most of this quantity. The booklet can be applicable for graduate scholars in those fields.
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Hayes et al. (1998), for example, labeled one of the four categories of therapist countertransference negative feelings. To one degree or another, these occurred in all therapists and they could have the effect of either increasing or decreasing the distance between the participants. Negative feelings in the Hayes et al. (1998) study included anger and frustration; sadness; inadequacy; anxiety or pressure; feelings such as guilt, envy, and pity; anticipating negative feelings; and guarding against negative feelings and behaviors.
Although I cannot remember a time when this feeling did not exist, I do remember the exact moment when it became associated with therapy. I entered my first helping-skills course feeling like I was already pretty good at helping other people when they had a problem. One day toward the end of the semester, we paired off and were instructed to role-play as clients for each other. My client began presenting her problem and paused. It was my turn to speak. I had no idea what to say and I felt like there was something I was supposed to say, as if I used to know the answer to the “question” I had been asked but had completely forgotten what it was.
As the name implies, chronic countertransference reflects an habitual need of the therapist, one that has likely become part of his or her self or personality structure. For example, (a) a therapist may be chronically oversupportive as a means of unconsciously gaining the support that was not sufficiently provided to her as she was growing up; (b) another therapist may see aggression in all his patients, and this may represent a pro- 34 CHAPTER 2 jection of unresolved aggressive needs of his own; (c) a third therapist may be highly active and promote activity in all patients because of fears of her own passive side.
Countertransference and the Therapist's Inner Experience: Perils and Possibilities by Charles J. Gelso