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Liegner, E.J. (2010). Focused Countertransference Exploration in Classroom Teaching of Modern Psychoanalytic Candidates. Mod. Psychoanal., 35(1):1-23.

(2010). Modern Psychoanalysis, 35(1):1-23

Focused Countertransference Exploration in Classroom Teaching of Modern Psychoanalytic Candidates

Evelyn J. Liegner, Ph.D.

A method of classroom teaching as a paradigm of treatment situations is presented. The focus is on moving candidates from an intellectual to an emotional experience of regression, transference, and countertransference as they are manifested in the classroom setting and to study these manifestations and the treatment approach used to elicit them. The purpose is to prepare candidates for work with disturbed patients. Some modern and classical psychoanalytic theories and practices are highlighted.

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