Transference is a phenomenon in Psychology characterized by unconscious redirection of feelings of one person to another. For instance, one could mistrust somebody who resembles an ex-spouse in manners, voice or external appearance; or be overly compliant to someone who resembles a childhood friend. In a therapy context, transference refers to redirection of a client's feelings from a significant person to a therapist. Counter-transference is defined as redirection of a therapist's feelings toward a client, or more generally as a therapist's emotional entanglement with a client. Transference was first described by Freud, who acknowledged its importance for psychoanalysis for better understanding of the patient's feelings. Transference is often manifested as an erotic attraction towards a therapist. It's also common for people to transfer feelings from their parents to their partners (emotional incest) or to children (cross-generational entanglements). Although transference is often characterized as a useful tool for building trust between a client and a therapist, transference can also interfere with a therapist
Enrique Racker has written: 'Transference and counter-transference' -- subject(s): Counter-transference (Psychology), Transference (Psychology)
how can the gender of a health proffesional influence transference
The ISBN of The Time of the Transference is 0-932096-43-3.
Robert T. Waska has written: 'The total transference and the complete counter-transference' -- subject(s): Countertransference (Psychology), Psychoanalysis, Transference (Psychology)
Transference is when the client projects upon the therapist an impression of their character and personality from an earlier relationship.
"Transference" is the redirection of a clients feelings, fears, or emotions from one person to another.
Transference is positive and essential in therapy. The existence of a positive transference from early childhood to the therapist (or other figures) is the glue which allows the relationship to develop. Without transference there can not be first willingness to trust and this is an essential element. The existence of negative transference and the problems of how deeply one can be distorted by past experiences is the work of therapy. To be able to see and experience life realistically is the goal of good therapy. Understanding what is distorted and unrealistic in the current transference is the work of therapy.
Transference - 2008 was released on: USA: 30 July 2008 (limited) (preview screening)
Mercator Projection, Interrupted Projection, Robinson Projection
what similarity about the mercator projection and the robinson projection?
He would listen, watch for signs of transference and avoid counter-transference. Then he would keep listening.
The cast of The Veils of Transference - 2009 includes: Steve Mittelman Conflicted Robot
Parallel Projection If the 'Centre of Projection' is at infinity. Perspective Projection If the 'Centre of Projection' is at a point.
Projection is French is still projection.
the angkle of projection is an angle and the projection
It is the magical transference of sound into feeling.
The act or process of transferring.
The cast of Transference Love - 2012 includes: Natasha Romanova Ilya Slovesnik as Alexei
Projection:Thoughts of infidelity to a partner may be unconsciously projected in self-defence on to the partner in question, so that the guilt attached to the thoughts can be repudiated or turned to blame instead, in a process linked to denial.Projection of a severe conscience is another form of defence, one which may be linked to the making of false accusations, personal or political. Alternatively, a bully may project his/her own feelings of vulnerability onto their victim, or a patient their feelings of hope on to the therapist.
Heat transference is the transfer of thermal energy from one thing to the other. Heat transfer always goes from the hotter item to the colder item.
It is a projection.