Table of Contents Contributors Foreword ANDREW SAMUELS Acknowledgments Introduction PAOLA VALERIO Part 1 Countertransference in work with Individuals Chapter 1: Between bodies: Working in the liminal zone with traumatised clients. NICOLA DIAMOND AND PAOLA VALERIO. Chapter 2: A therapist goes back to school: Therapeutic experience with three black boys at risk of exclusion Onel Brooks. Chapter 3: A case of missing identity: Working with disassociation and multiple selves' in the countertransference. MARIO MARRONE AND NICOLA DIAMOND. Chapter 4: Countertransference, Art Psychotherapy and the pre-discursive abject. JANEK DUBOWSKI Chapter 5: CBT Versus the unconscious: Ignore countertransference at your peril. ANGELA DEVON. Part 2 Countertransference in the wider context in Supervision, Teaching, Group therapy and in Organisational work. Chapter 6: "Impossible to do, but possible to say": using countertransference in the trainer/trainee relationship. RUSSEL AYLING, EGLE MEISTAITE AND PAOLA VALERIO. Chapter 7: "Just don't get involved" - Engaging with countertransference and projective processes in groups CYNTHIA ROGERS Chapter 8: Can Organizations Use Countertransference To Reflect? SUZANNE WEEKS. Part 3 Countertransference in Reflective Practice, Research and in case studies co-written with patients in treatment Chapter 9: Countertransference in Reflective Practice - an Integrative Approach to Self-Awareness in Psychotherapy SOFIE BAGER-CHARLESON Chapter 10: Countertransference in Research: An Intersubjective Reflexive Approach. SOFIE BAGER CHARLESON Chapter 11: 'The Recovered Therapist'. Working with Body Image Disturbance and Eating Disorders: Researching the Countertransference. LINDA VERBEEK Chapter 12: Countertransference and the Chance to Dream PAOLA VALERIO. Chapter 13: The So-Called `Counter-transference' and the Mystery of the Therapeutic Encounter ANASTASIOS GAITANIDIS INDEX
Paola Valerio is a BPC/UKCP reg. psychotherapist and senior lecturer at Roehampton University, where she convenes the psychodynamic theory and practice module on the Psych. D. She has been a visiting lecturer and supervisor in psychotherapy at Regents' College, Surrey and Kent Universities and at the Tavistock and East London University.