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Winship, G., Harnimann, B., Burling, S., Courtney, J. (1995). Understanding Countertransference and Object Relations in the Process of Nursing Drug-Dependent Patients. Psychoanal. Psychother., 9(2):195-207.

(1995). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 9(2):195-207

Understanding Countertransference and Object Relations in the Process of Nursing Drug-Dependent Patients

Gary Winship, Beverly Harnimann, Simon Burling and Jane Courtney

In psychiatric nursing, transference and countertransference dynamics are generally ignored. This paper is an attempt to examine how the transference and countertransference dynamics influenced the nurse-patient relationships on an in-patient drug-dependency unit, and how an understanding of transference was found to be helpful.

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