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A disturbance in the field; essays in transference-countertransference engagement.

9780415806282

A disturbance in the field; essays in transference-countertransference engagement.

Cooper, Steven H.

Routledge

2010

237 pages

$90.00

Hardcover

Relational perspectives book series; v.46

RC489

Cooper (Harvard Medical School) explores transitions in psychoanalytic clinical work and in the relationship between patient and analyst. He addresses how concepts of defense, conflict, state shifts, and compromise can be utilized within the two-person model of psychoanalysis. His aim is to demonstrate how he integrates understandings of unconscious conflict and fantasy with understandings of interpersonal experience and interaction in his clinical work and in his thinking about theory.

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