How do you manage counter transference?

If a therapist is experiencing countertransference with their client, they should do the following.

  1. Recognize it. Countertransference can easily happen no matter how seasoned a mental health provider is or how long they have been in the field.
  2. Consult with Colleagues.
  3. Self-Care.
  4. Refer Your Client Out.

What are counter transference issues?

In psychoanalytic theory, counter-transference occurs when the therapist projects their own unresolved conflicts onto the client. This could be in response to something the client has unearthed. Although many now believe it to be inevitable, counter-transference can be damaging if not appropriately managed.

What is the difference between transference and counter transference?

Transference is subconsciously associating a person in the present with a past relationship. For example, you meet a new client who reminds you of a former lover. Countertransference is responding to them with all the thoughts and feelings attached to that past relationship.

What does countertransference feel like?

Recognizing Countertransference. Signs of countertransference in therapy can include a variety of behaviors, including excessive self-disclosure on the part of the therapist or an inappropriate interest in irrelevant details from the life of the person in treatment.

What is the transference cure?

Abstract. A case report of a “transference cure” is presented in which the mechanisms productive of change were obtained from the patient external to the therapeutic situation. Essentially the patient produced material indicating his analysis of a transference distortion, beyond the awareness of his therapist.

How to know if you are experiencing counter transference?

One big clue that you may be experiencing a counter transference is where you find yourself experiencing feelings and/or acting outside of your normal pattern of behaviour towards a coaching client. Transference and counter transference is something that is best addressed in your coaching supervision.

What should I expect from a hydrostar counter current system?

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What are the considerations for a microhydropower system?

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What do transference and counter transference mean in coaching?

In this case the term Counter Transference is used to describe the unconscious feelings you may experience towards your coaching client based on the way the client is acting towards you. Again this could either be a positive or negative Counter Transference.