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(1978). Psyche. XXXI, 1977: The Analyst Dreams about His Patient: Are There Typical Countertransference Dreams? Ralf Zwiebel. Pp. 43-59.. Psychoanal Q., 47:646.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche. XXXI, 1977: The Analyst Dreams about His Patient: Are There Typical Countertransference Dreams? Ralf Zwiebel. Pp. 43-59.

(1978). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 47:646

Psyche. XXXI, 1977: The Analyst Dreams about His Patient: Are There Typical Countertransference Dreams? Ralf Zwiebel. Pp. 43-59.

The author describes two typical countertransference dreams and their diagnostic-therapeutic function. The first dream ever to be systematically analyzed by Freud—the dream about Irma's injection—was a countertransference dream. Nevertheless, these rare and intense dreams of the doctor about the patient, which occur during difficult phases of the analytic process, have been totally ignored in the psychoanalytic literature.

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(1978). Psyche. XXXI, 1977. Psychoanal. Q., 47:646

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