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Zerbe, K.J. (1997). Transformations: Countertransference During The Psychoanalytic Treatment Of Incest, Real And Imagined. By Elaine V. Siegel. New York: The Analytic Press, 1996, 176 pp.. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 45:999-1001.

(1997). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 45:999-1001

Transformations: Countertransference During The Psychoanalytic Treatment Of Incest, Real And Imagined. By Elaine V. Siegel. New York: The Analytic Press, 1996, 176 pp.

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Kathryn J. Zerbe

Prepare to enter the consulting room of a seasoned analyst who explores in a series of case histories the multifarious psychological tolls of incest. Siegel believes that crucial memories of incest are recovered during the analytic process when the analyst empathically helps the patient embark on a search for historical truth. Although the author devotes only one chapter to father-daughter incest, she quite correctly attempts to rectify the paucity of information on other types of incestuous behavior.

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