Transference and Countertransference In Trauma Treatment Part 1

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Trauma treatment is intense for all parties involved. Sometimes the therapeutic relationship is the first healthy relationship for a client. In this relationship, it can be easy for transference to appear.

If transference is not identified and managed in a healthy manner, it can be damaging for the client and limiting to their trauma healing process.

In this week’s vlog, I discuss in detail (with examples) the following things to consider when addressing transference:

  1. Calling it out
  2. Setting boundaries
  3. Working through it
Categories: Training


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