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Communication Dans Un Congrès Année : 2018

Countertransference in a forensic inpatient settings for patients with schizophreniform disorders

Louis de Page
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Benjamin Thiry
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Marie Boulanger
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Bénédicte de Villers
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Thierry H. Pham
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Patrizio Di Virgilio
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Résumé

Countertransference in forensic inpatients settings has been denied a proper place in empirical research despite frequent negative emotional reactions (anger, disgust or fear) in forensic clinicians. Countertransference is defined as the whole conscious and unconscious emotional, cognitive, and behavioural response that the clinician has toward the patient. This paper attempts to summarize empirical findings on countertransference in forensic inpatient settings and present results of an ongoing study with forensic schizophrenia patients. To our knowledge, the influence of clinician personality assessment on countertransference and the differentiation in countertransference between nurses and psychologist/psychiatrist has not yet been reported on.
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hal-04302721 , version 1 (23-11-2023)

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Louis de Page, Benjamin Thiry, Marie Boulanger, Bénédicte de Villers, Thierry H. Pham, et al.. Countertransference in a forensic inpatient settings for patients with schizophreniform disorders. International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services (IAFMHS) « Service development is the laboratory of forensic mental health: Integrating science and treatment into outcome », Jun 2018, Antwerp, Belgium. ⟨hal-04302721⟩
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