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Kohon, G. (1990). The Uses of Countertransference, by Michael Gorkin, New Jersey: Jason Aronson, 248 pages, £21.50 hb. Free Associations, 1T(19):140-142.

(1990). Free Associations, 1T(19):140-142

The Uses of Countertransference, by Michael Gorkin, New Jersey: Jason Aronson, 248 pages, £21.50 hb

Review by:
Gregorio Kohon

Countertransference has been, and continues to be, one of the most controversial concepts in psychoanalytic theory. Michael Gorkin, who received his analytic training through the Adelphi University Post-doctoral Program, has written an accessible account of what he describes as the practical uses of countertransference.

Gorkin starts his book by offering a succinct review of the theoretical literature on the subject. Freud, Ferenczi, Sullivan, the British School

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