Gender, Countertransference and the Erotic Transference: Perspectives from Analytical Psychology and Psychoanalysis Paperback – 2 Nov 2006
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Joy Schaverien is a Professional member of the Society of Analytical Psychology in London, a Training Analyst and Supervisor of the British Association of Psychotherapists, and Visiting Professor at the University of Sheffield and a member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology.
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However if you are female therapist who is brave enough to acknowledge the erotic, both real and transferred, in the therapy room, this may give you some support and encouragement to do that. If you are a therapist doing a research then it is a must read so you can fill in the gaps.
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I also preferred the Maroda book in that while it was one author's opinion the whole time, this volume did not provide practical in-session suggestions for managing countertransference and the use of (frequently non-sexual) feelings in therapy; despite the misleading and somewhat scandalous title. To me, this book (edited by Schaverien) seemed more like a parade of stories about "this one time at band camp"... except it was therapy and it was all the mother's fault. If you're more into the learning by reading case analysis after case analysis, this book may be right up your alley. It certainly wasn't up mine (try not to take that to some Freudian place); I could only get through 13 of 15 chapters before I flat out quit.
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