Clinical Realities: The Therapist’s Crucible


Therapy totally depends on the therapist’s own differentiation. It shapes how therapists handle affairs, divorce, sexual problems, and fears of clients “falling apart.” Differentiation dramatically impacts therapist-client relations. In metallurgy, crises, and therapy, “crucibles” promote metamorphic change. Therapists, like metal crucibles, differ in “melting point.” This is crucial because people enter treatment to reduce the heat in their relationship. As couples approach anxiety-laden issues, they often feel therapy is making them “”worse’’—creating more anxiety for therapist. Therapists have to buffer lots of anxiety from patients, some of which is deliberately precipitated by the therapist. Recorded at 1994 Family Networker Symposium. Running time: 2 hours

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