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Insight, Transference Interpretation, and Therapeutic Change in the Dynamic Psychotherapy of Borderline Personality Disorder Glen O. Gabbard, M.D. Mardi J. Horowitz, M.D. “Ms. A,” a 23-year-old single female with borderline personality disorder, came to her therapist’s office and reported an embarrassing episode in which she had shouted at a clerk in a retail store be-cause he would not ...

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TECHNICAL ADVANCE Open Access Manual for transference work ...

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motion a chain of events assumed to bring about insight and dynamic change [2]. How to analyze and interpret transference patterns revealed during therapy and their im-pact on in-session process and long-term outcome, have been discussed. The historical development and recent em-pirical findings with regard to the concept of transference, definitions of transference interventions (TI) and the ...

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The Concept of Transference (The Dynamics of Transference ...

The Concept of Transference (The Dynamics of Transference ...

as transferential we have to interpret it as such. And in that act of interpretation—an act of one's mind—we introduce the conceptual into the technical and prove the reliance of the latter upon it. When we speak of handling transference, what we are handling is conceptual. It would behoove us to understand what that means. Two of Freud's six technical papers on technique are specifically ...

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How to analyze and interpret transference in treatment has been discussed and developed since Sigmund Freud first illustrated the phenomenon clinically in the case of Dora, an adolescent treatment ...

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Unit Title: Counselling: Integrating Theory and Practice

Unit Title: Counselling: Integrating Theory and Practice

interpret the transference Use of triangle of insight Use of counter Transference. Recognition of resistance and act out Working with ending Maintaining empathy and a non judgemental attitude across a range of clients Dysfunctional Beliefs Establishing psychological contact with a range of clients Identifying emotions, assumptions and beliefs. Identifying and rating negative automatic thoughts ...

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Hence a highly-charged counter-transference reaction. I ...

Hence a highly-charged counter-transference reaction. I ...

that insight is the specific therapeutic factor in psychoanalysis still holds true. The paper was controversial in that other views were represented, such as, that it is the relationship that is therapeutic or the love of the analyst, as expounded by Nacht.149 My view was that all those factors are inter-related in that insight develops in a relationship and in turn affects the nature of the ...

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The Use of Transference in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts

The Use of Transference in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts

The Use of Transference in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts ... previously by several researchers and have provided greater insight into the Puritan mind and Puritan behavior related to the Devil and witchcraft. Hansen's study of witchcraft in New England illustrated the similarity between the fits and 0026-3079/95/3602-065$ 1.50/0 65 . convulsions suffered by Elizabeth Knapp, the possessee ...

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Overt Transference* - JSTOR

Overt Transference* - JSTOR

Overt Transference* JAMES L. McCARTNEY There have been many efforts to interpret the phenomenon of transference, and while most psychoanalysts publicly prohibit all physical reactions, there are a few who have admitted overt expres- sion. When Freud (1924) introduced the term "Transference," he defined it as the displacement of affect from the patient to the psycho-analyst. He insisted that ...

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The Mediating Role of Insight for Long-Term Improvements ...

The Mediating Role of Insight for Long-Term Improvements ...

Experiencing insight in the context of transference analysis tend to make strong and possibly lasting impressions on patients, while a focus exclusively on relationships outside of therapy may ...

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MENTALIZACIÓN, MINDFULNESS, INSIGHT, EMPATÍA E INTERPRETACIÓN

MENTALIZACIÓN, MINDFULNESS, INSIGHT, EMPATÍA E INTERPRETACIÓN

MENTALIZACIÓN, MINDFULNESS, INSIGHT, EMPATÍA E INTERPRETACIÓN POR OTTO KERNBERG Título Original: Mentalization, Mindfulness, Insight, Empathy and Interpretation. The Inseparable Nature of Love and Agression. Clinical and Theoretical Perspectives.Capítulo III American Psychiatric Publishing. Washington DC. Traducción: Lic. Mark Elton. En este capítulo, defino los conceptos relacionados ...

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Insight therapies - kentpchs.weebly.com

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Freud believed that transference helps patients gain insight by reliving painful past relationships. 5. Psychodynamic therapy: less expensive and extensive therapy. The analyst is face-to-face with the patient, instead of being removed from the patient’s line of sight. Therapy focuses on childhood conflicts but not so much unconscious conflicts. • Cognitive therapy: believes that faulty ...

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