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Borghetti-Hiscock, S. (2001). Exploratory Ideas on the Role of the Psychotherapist in a Heart-Transplant Team: Thinking Aloud. Psychoanal. Psychother., 15(2):131-152.

(2001). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 15(2):131-152

Exploratory Ideas on the Role of the Psychotherapist in a Heart-Transplant Team: Thinking Aloud

Shirley Borghetti-Hiscock

This paper describes and comments on aspects of psychodynamically-oriented work developed by a psychotherapist in a heart-transplant team. It focuses on the interactions with the team and on the complexity of the task for all professionals involved. The particular role of the psychotherapist is explored.

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