Countertransference

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We consider it vital to let the patient participate in the analyst’s reflections, including those about the context and background of interpretations, in order to facilitate his identifications. This permits us to regulate the relationship of closeness and distance to the analyst as the “object.” Heimann described this process; we have tried to describe its fundamental significance. (26 pgs)

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