Containing Erotic Transference in the Context of Therapeutic Encounter

Introduction In all relationships, fantasies both conscious and unconscious are involved. This is also true in the case of therapeutic relationship.  In their paper, Antonio & Blom (2006) highlights the five types of relationships potentially present in a therapeutic context. They are. (a) the working alliance, (b) the transference/counter transference… Read more“Containing Erotic Transference in the Context of Therapeutic Encounter”

Parent-child relationship and development of positive attitude in children towards life

Parent-child relationship and development of positive attitude in children towards life   Introduction Psychologists like Bowlby and Ainsworth who studied the infant’s early relationship with the parents, mother in particular, have given much emphasis on the secure or safe relationship experience of infant with its mother and the mental representations… Read more“Parent-child relationship and development of positive attitude in children towards life”

Suffering and growth-a psycho-spiritual perspective.

Suffering and growth-a psycho-spiritual perspective. Introduction There has been increased attention in the recent times, on the positive outcome stemming from traumatic experiences. Studies done posttraumatic experiences reveal that there is a potential for trauma to create transformative experiences in some individual that have been reported as positive and valued(Sheikh,… Read more“Suffering and growth-a psycho-spiritual perspective.”