Authors: Jean Baker Miller, M.D., Irene P. Stiver

This paper explores the implications of a relational perspective for psychotherapy and describes how the theme of connection and disconnection becomes the central principle guiding the therapist. Transference, counter transference, the unconscious, and resistance are reframed in this relational context.

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