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Buirski, P. Monroe, M. (2000). Intersubjective Observations on Transference Love. Psychoanal. Psychol., 17(1):78-87.

(2000). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 17(1):78-87

Intersubjective Observations on Transference Love

Peter Buirski, Ph.D. and Michael Monroe, B.A

In this article, the clinical phenomenon of transference love is used to make 3 contributions: (a) to illustrate how the intersubjective field can encompass more than just patient and therapist, (b) to provide an intersubjective framework for understanding transference love, and (c) to demonstrate how selfobject and antidote functions of the therapeutic relationship can alternate within the same patient-therapist dyad as figure and ground.

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