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Transference interpretations have been shown in an unusual study to facilitate the forming of a therapeutic alliance early in psychoanalytic psychotherapy for those patients who have more disturbed relationships. using a variety of psychoanalytic approaches with the intent of helping patients achieve better psychological functioning.
The Technique of Psychotherapy provides one of the most remarkably . Wolberg’s position appears to be best described as tic.
The range and specificity of the topics covered is truly astounding. This book is remarkable not only in the comprehensiveness of its coverage of specific aspects of therapy, but also in the flexibility and freedom of dogmatism of the writer. Wolberg has something good to find in all varieties of psychotherapy.