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Fink, K. (1991). Parapraxis, Counter-Transference, Interpretation and Bi-Logic. Brit. J. Psychother., 7(3):243-250.

(1991). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 7(3):243-250

Parapraxis, Counter-Transference, Interpretation and Bi-Logic

Klaus Fink

An introduction to Matte-Blanco's ideas about symmetrical and asymmetrical logic and the existence of bi-logical structures in the conscious and the unconscious mind is followed by a clinical vignette showing how a parapraxis caused by counter-transference led to a transference interpretation.

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