shopping cart
nothing in cart
 
browse by subject
new releases
best sellers
sale books
browse by author
browse by publisher
home
about us
upcoming events
Sep 23rd - Integrating EMDR into Your Clinical Practice: Five-Day Intensive in Vancouver [Leading Edge Seminars]
Sep 23rd - Mental Health for All CMHA National Conference: Connection Interrupted: Restoring Mental Health in a Fractured World [Canadian Mental Health Association]
Sep 23rd - Digital Media Use in Youth: Mental health and screen time, a force for good or evil? Navigating the tensions between risk and opportunity associated with youth digital media use. [SickKids CCMH Learning Institute]
Sep 24th - Building Recovery Capital in Canada: Building on Our Strengths to Overcome Addiction - Nova Scotia [Last Door Recovery Society]
Sep 24th - Children at the Bedside: Preparing children for the death of someone close to them [SickKids CCMH Learning Institute]
schools agencies and other institutional orders (click here)
Introduction to Countertransference in Therapeutic Practice : A Myriad of Mirrors
Valerio, Paola (Edt)
Routledge / Softcover / 2017-11-01 / 1138690112
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
reg price: $47.50 our price: $ 40.38 (may be subject to change)
234 pages
Not in stock - ships in one week.

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 envy and conflict in the consulting room. As a counterpoint, this book provides an integrative guide for therapists on the concept of countertransference, and takes a critical stance on the phenomenon, and theorising, about the "so-called" countertransference, viewing it as a framework to explore the transformative potential in managing strong emotions and difficult transactions.

With an explicit focus on teaching, this book informs therapeutic practice by mixing theories and case studies from the authors' own clinical and teaching experiences, which involves the reader in case studies, reflection and action points. Countertransference is explored in a wide range of clinical settings, including in reflective practice and in research in the field of therapy, as well as in art therapy and in the school setting. It also considers countertransference in dream interpretation, in the supervision and teaching environment and in work with groups and organisations.

Introduction to Countertransference in Therapeutic Practice offers psychotherapists and counsellors, both practicing and in training, a comprehensive overview of this important concept, from its roots in Freud’s work to its place today in a global, transcultural society.

Table of Contents

Contributors

Foreword
ANDREW SAMUELS

Acknowledgments

Introduction
PAOLA VALERIO

Part 1: Countertransference in work with Individuals

Chapter 1: Between bodies: Working in the liminal zone with traumatised clients.
NICOLA DIAMOND AND PAOLA VALERIO.

Chapter 2: A therapist goes back to school: Therapeutic experience with three black boys at risk of exclusion
ONEL BROOKS.

Chapter 3: A case of missing identity: Working with disassociation and multiple selves’ in the countertransference.
MARIO MARRONE AND NICOLA DIAMOND.

Chapter 4: Countertransference, Art Psychotherapy and the pre-discursive abject.
JANEK DUBOWSKI

Chapter 5: CBT Versus the unconscious: Ignore countertransference at your peril.
ANGELA DEVON.

Part 2: Countertransference in the wider context in Supervision, Teaching, Group therapy and in Organisational work.

Chapter 6: "Impossible to do, but possible to say": using countertransference in the trainer/trainee relationship.
RUSSEL AYLING, EGLE MEISTAITE AND PAOLA VALERIO.

Chapter 7: "Just don’t get involved" - Engaging with countertransference and projective processes in groups
CYNTHIA ROGERS

Chapter 8: Can Organizations Use Countertransference To Reflect?
SUZANNE WEEKS.

Part 3: Countertransference in Reflective Practice, Research and in case studies co-written with patients in treatment

Chapter 9: Countertransference in Reflective Practice – an Integrative Approach to Self-Awareness in Psychotherapy
SOFIE BAGER-CHARLESON

Chapter 10: Countertransference in Research: An Intersubjective Reflexive Approach.
SOFIE BAGER CHARLESON

Chapter 11: 'The Recovered Therapist'. Working with Body Image Disturbance and Eating Disorders: Researching the Countertransference.
LINDA VERBEEK

Chapter 12: Countertransference and the Chance to Dream
PAOLA VALERIO.

Chapter 13: The So-Called ‘Counter-transference’ and the Mystery of the Therapeutic Encounter
ANASTASIOS GAITANIDIS

INDEX

About the Editor

Paola Valerio is a BPC/UKCP reg. psychotherapist and senior lecturer at Roehampton University, where she convenes the psychodynamic theory and practice module on the Psych. D. She has been a visiting lecturer and supervisor in psychotherapy at Regents’ College, Surrey and Kent Universities and at the Tavistock and East London University.

Caversham Booksellers
98 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 1G6 Canada
(click for map and directions)
All prices in $cdn
Copyright 2019

Phone toll-free (800) 361-6120
Tel (416) 944-0962 | Fax (416) 944-0963
E-mail info@cavershambooksellers.com
Hours: 9-6 M-W / 9-7 Th-F / 10-6 Sat / 12-5 Sun EST

search
Click here to read previous issues.
other lists
Caversham 2018 Catalogue
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
Routledge
Taylor and Francis