Therapists’ emotional responses to their patients constitutes a critical variable that significantly affect the development and maintenance of therapeutic alliance and even the success of psychotherapy. The current study explore how patients’ personality functioning and psychiatric symptoms might influence the emotional responses and countertransference reactions of their therapists.

Therapist response as a function of patients’ symptoms and personality functioning: A preliminary study

Schimmenti Adriano
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2018

Abstract

Therapists’ emotional responses to their patients constitutes a critical variable that significantly affect the development and maintenance of therapeutic alliance and even the success of psychotherapy. The current study explore how patients’ personality functioning and psychiatric symptoms might influence the emotional responses and countertransference reactions of their therapists.
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