Managing countertransference: what the experts think.

@article{Hayes1991ManagingCW,
  title={Managing countertransference: what the experts think.},
  author={Jeigh A Hayes and Charles J. Gelso and S L Van Wagoner and R A Diemer},
  journal={Psychological reports},
  year={1991},
  volume={69 1},
  pages={139-48}
}
The present study attempted to assess the importance of five factors theorized to play a central role in managing countertransference: Self-integration, Anxiety Management, Conceptualizing Skills, Empathy, and Self-insight. 33 experts provided ratings of 50 characteristics of therapists as to the importance of each in managing countertransference. Analysis indicated that each factor is at least somewhat important to management of countertransference, with two of the factors, Self-integration… CONTINUE READING

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