Transference and countertransference implications of psychotherapy conducted in a foreign language.


Psychotherapy possesses distinct characteristics when it is conducted in the patient's native language if this language is not also the therapist's mother tongue, a fairly common situation with immigrant patients. The choice of a native therapist, who speaks the foreign patient's mother tongue but lacks perfect command of that language, involves some… (More)


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