Psychotherapy of the victims of massive violence: countertransference and ethical issues.

Abstract

Psychotherapy with severely traumatized patients is a long, draining process that often produces strong countertransference reactions. It is difficult to therapeutically and ethically handle these personal responses. We feel that at different stages in therapy different ethical principles should guide the therapy. At the early stages, fidelity and… (More)

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