Countertransference in the general hospital setting: implications for clinical supervision.

@article{Jimnez2012CountertransferenceIT,
  title={Countertransference in the general hospital setting: implications for clinical supervision.},
  author={Xavier F Jim{\'e}nez and Gregory Thorkelson and Carlos Alejandro Alfonso},
  journal={Psychodynamic psychiatry},
  year={2012},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={
          435-49
        }
}
Psychiatry residents completing their consultation-liaison (CL) rotations are implicitly expected to recognize and consider countertransference reactions when offering clinical recommendations. Residents often lack formal guidance in this role, as there exists limited examination of clinical scenarios from a psychodynamic perspective. The authors present a historical review of the literature on countertransference with the medically ill and describe a clinical vignette illustrating the… CONTINUE READING
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