Identification in psychotherapy.


Identification is a cornerstone of normal maturation, and the wish to identify is a strong force through life. Appropriate identification with the therapist may be a crucial aspect of the psychotherapy of patients who have mis-identified or were unable to make constructive identifications at crucial points in their emotional development. 


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@article{Weiner1982IdentificationIP, title={Identification in psychotherapy.}, author={Matthew Weiner}, journal={American journal of psychotherapy}, year={1982}, volume={36 1}, pages={109-16} }