Contemporary psychoanalysis is characterized by a diversity of models, theories and techniques which were unknown in the past. Some psychoanalytic authors identify a possible common ground in countertransference. This paper presents a descriptive and historical review of the development of the concept of countertransference, focusing on a well defined trend, starting with the original contribution by Freud up to those analysts of the British object relations school who gave – and continue to give – a fundamental contribution in expanding the discussion, necessary for scientific development, on the theoretical and clinical aspects of countertransference.

Cenni storici sul controtransfert: da Freud alla scuola inglese delle relazioni oggettuali

Stefana, Alberto;
2013-01-01

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Contemporary psychoanalysis is characterized by a diversity of models, theories and techniques which were unknown in the past. Some psychoanalytic authors identify a possible common ground in countertransference. This paper presents a descriptive and historical review of the development of the concept of countertransference, focusing on a well defined trend, starting with the original contribution by Freud up to those analysts of the British object relations school who gave – and continue to give – a fundamental contribution in expanding the discussion, necessary for scientific development, on the theoretical and clinical aspects of countertransference.
Countertransference, affective response of the analyst, projective identification, history of psychoanalysis, British object relations school
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