The Clinical Relationship

School of Professional Psychology and Health MCPI 5602 3.00

The relationship between therapist and client is one of the central concerns of contemporary theories of therapeutic change. This course explores the relationship between therapist and client from the perspectives of contemporary psychoanalysis, humanism, and self-psychology. Provides various perspectives on transference and countertransference, and how to work with these dynamics in the clinical setting. ICP student; Psychodynamics; Therapeutic Communication

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