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Countertransference and Alive Moments: Help or Hindrance
Hinshelwood, R.D.
Process Press / Softcover / 2016-10-01 / 1899209174
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290 pages
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This book deals with the nitty-gritty of understanding why countertransference remains an on-going challenge for psychotherapists and psychoanalysts. It aims to provide practical insight into the way countertransference experiences can be grasped, worked through and then worked with to powerful and good effect in the clinical work.

Table of Contents:

About the Author

1. Shame amongst friends What could Freud say?
2. Distantiation, said Erikson What could they all do?
3. Wanted dead or alive What are live moments?

4.Ferenczi and British psychoanalysis What put British psychoanalysis ahead?
5.Unconscious-to-unconscious How was thought transference solved?
6.Debate - Klein/Heimann Why did Klein hesitate?
7.Co-constructed intersubjectivity Where did ego-psychology go?
8. Critical debate - Intrapsychic/Co-construction How do the trends compare?
9. Interlude - The unconscious in Freud Can we test the new view?

10. Enactment How do you do?
11. The reflective analyst What was that?
12. The reflective patient, also What does the patient see?
13. Resisting the death instinct What's the difference?

14. Splitting and countertransference Who's right, who's wrong?
15. Research data How 'true' is countertransference?
16. Conclusion Now about the question... References

About the Author:

Following his medical training at the time of the anti-psychiatry movement, Bob Hinshelwood started working as a psychiatrist in London in 1966. He worked in the NHS for 30 years, as well as having a part-time practice as a psychoanalyst since 1975, when he qualified with the British Psychoanalytical Society. He has contributed to the therapeutic community movement, including taking the role of Director of the Cassel Hospital. And was from 1997, Professor at the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex, until 2015. From 1989, thanks to Free Association Books and Bob Young he began an academic interest in psychoanalysis. This led to the publication of the well-known Dictionary of Kleinian Thought. This interest has led him to write on many clinical and academic topics, including research on psychiatric and psychoanalytic ethics, on the contributions of psychoanalysis to political thinking, and he has maintained a continuous interest in the application of psychoanalytic ideas to social science. He has also published papers on the history of psychoanalysis, and was jointly responsible with Andrea Sabbadini in stating the Journal Psychoanalysis and History. Despite now being retired from the public service, he is in demand as a speaker and supervisor and travels widely giving talks and workshops, as well as supervising clinicians by skype from his home in Norfolk. You can see him in action at https: // and find out about his other writing at

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