Notes on Contributors. Foreword. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Racker, Observations on Countertransference as a Technical Instrument: Preliminary Communication. Etchegoyen, Transference-Countertransference: A Testimony. Faimberg, "Well, You'd Better Ask Them": The Countertransference Position at the Crossroads. Fainstein, Countertransference: A Contemporary Approach from the River Plate Region. Hinshelwood, Freud's Countertransference? Reviewing the Case Histories with Modern Ideas of Transference and Countertransference. Weiss, Misconceptions, Enactment, and Interpretation. Lemma, Transference on the Couch. Gampel, Some Reflections on Transference and Countertransference: The Effects of Social Political Violence in Children, in the Analyst, and in the Psychoanalytic Process. Berman-Oelsner, Transference and Countertransference in Child Analysis. Grotstein, The Psychoanalytic Covenant: "Human Sacrifice" as the Hidden Order of Transference Countertransference. Chuster, Transference - or Caesura? Oelsner, Transference Minute to Minute: Analysis of an Analysis. Jacobs, Nonverbal Cues in Transference-Countertransference Interactions: Reflections on Their Role in the Analytic Process. Cooper, The Analyst's Self-Reflective Participation and the Transference-Countertransference Matrix. Borgogno and Vigna-Taglianti, Role-Reversal and the Dissociation of the Self: An Exploration of a Somewhat Neglected Transference-Countertransference Dynamic. Harris, Psychoanalysis and the Influencing Machine: Psychoanalysis as the Influencing Machine. Aisenstein, Transference and Countertransference with Somatic Patients. Index.
Robert Oelsner, a fellow of the Buenos Aires Psychoanalytic Association, is a training and supervising analyst and faculty at the Northwestern Psychoanalytic Society, Seattle. He is also a supervising analyst at PINC in San Francisco, and guest faculty at the Child and Adolescent Program of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis. He teaches in both the United States and in Europe.