countertransference[ko̵unt′ər trans fʉr′əns, -trans′fər əns]
countertransference definition by Webster's New World
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in psychotherapy, transference in which the psychoanalyst or other psychotherapist substitutes the client for the original object of his or her own repressed impulses
countertransference definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A psychotherapist's own repressed feelings in reaction to the emotions, experiences, or problems of a person undergoing treatment.
countertransference - Medical Definition
The surfacing of a psychotherapist's own repressed feelings through identification with the emotions, experiences, or problems of a person undergoing treatment.