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Through it the analysand experientially ‘‘re-lives” the mental organization of his childhood. When the transference neurosis is understood through the analyst's interpretations, and is resolved, the analysand can develop more adaptive ways of handling situations that were previously perceived as dangerous. ”18 Countertransference: This concept refers to the stimulation of some reaction on the part of the analyst during the treatment of a patient. This reaction may come about in response to an analysand's transference, or it may be caused by the analyst experiencing the analysand as someone from his own past, and unconsciously acting accordingly.
Arithmetic in Philo Judaeus by Frank Egleston Robbins