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by Florence W. Rosiello

ISBN: 0765702657
ISBN13: 978-0765702654
Language: English
Publisher: Jason Aronson, Inc.; 1 edition (September 1, 2000)
Pages: 234
Category: Medicine
Subategory: Medical

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With rich clinical illustrations, she demonstrates how the intimacy created by working within the sexual dimension of the therapeutic relationship may present opportunities for insight and growth that could easily be missed if one seeks to avoid these highly charged issues.

Author(s) : Florence Rosiello. Florence W. Rosiello, P. Publisher : Jason Aronson. is faculty and supervisor at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, as well as faculty and supervisor at the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center and the New York Institute for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. She is in private practice in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy in New York City. Therapy: Intimacy Between Strangers.

Deepening Intimacy in Psychotherapy: Using the Erotic Transference and Countertransference. Rosiello. The Intimate Hour: Love and Sex in Psychotherapy. I found Mann's book very enjoyable reading and his concepts useful and refreshing to my clinical work.

Florence Rosiello takes up this challenge where others might avoid it, in the difficult arena of the erotic transference and countertransference experience. Dr. Florence Rosiello has written an important, pioneering book. It is composed of a collection of clinical experiences with patients who have developed erotic transferences.

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Deepening Intimacy in Psychotherapy. Using the Erotic Transference and Countertransference

Deepening Intimacy in Psychotherapy. Using the Erotic Transference and Countertransference. by Florence Rosiello. With rich clinical illustrations, she demonstrates how the intimacy created by working within the sexual dimension of the therapeutic relationship may present opportunities for insight and growth that could easily be missed if one seeks to avoid these highly charged issues. Published October 28, 2000 by Jason Aronson.

In this provocative volume, Dr. Florence W. Rosiello addresses erotic dynamics in the treatment relationship within the context of a two-person therapy, emphasizing the necessity of mutuality and emotional reciprocity between patient and therapist. With rich clinical illustrations, she demonstrates how the intimacy created by working within the sexual dimension of the therapeutic relationship may present opportunities for insight and growth that could easily be missed if one seeks to avoid these highly charged issues. Focusing on those patients who are predisposed to relating to others in a sexualized manner, Dr. Rosiello has discovered that mutual exploration of both the therapist's and the patient's subjective experience offers a valuable and effective means of enhancing the treatment.
Comments:
Akelevar
This book is very good at helping one understand the many intricacies and facets that can and do develop in the therapeutic relationship arena. Namely, erotic transference/counter-transference and projection.

It is vital that anyone who is or will become involved in psychotherapy know of the possibility of transference/counter-transference phenomenon and how to recognize it and use it as a tool into the affected psyche. It is a very powerful force and if not used with expertise and deft, the effects can be counter productive and sometimes quite devastating to the unsuspecting.

I have had first hand experience with the extraordinary phenomenon of transference. To which I see titles on the subject are rare and somewhat out of reach.

This prompts me toward chronicling my own valuable experience with erotic-transference and sharing it with others as I believe it is a very valuable yet sorely untapped resource.

Erennge
The author is an exhibitionist who is unaware of how she sexualizes her relationships with patients to enact a reversal of her experiencies with an abandoning father and rejecting mother.

Moonshaper
This is a brave and inspiring book by an experienced, analytically-trained clinician who learned from leading a group of gay men with AIDS that the traditional Freudian treatments of erotic transference-abstention and interpretation, usually as resistence-could stifle some patients. These dying men demanded that Dr. Rosiello take more emotional risk. She did with them and then with other patients. The book describes a series of therapeutic encounters, including an asexual man, a seductive lesbian patient, and a therapist who is smitten with a new patient in the waiting room and, after many false starts, finds Dr. Rosiello for supervision. I thought this vignette, which is followed by a retelling by the supervisee, to be the most useful for teaching purposes. Supervision often does not work well for erotic transference issues. Dr. Rosiello offers an explanation: "Sexuality or just plain sex is quite shameful since without mutuality, sexual desire that is recounted or experienced in supervision can feel humiliating."
There is also an excellent review of the analytic literature with some interesting insights (e.g., "the primary intersubjective condition of erotic life is that of `experiencing the dizziness together'").

Dr. Rosiello rejects the classic view that the erotic transference-countertransference matrix must be ended or the patient referred to another analyst, persuasively arguing that for some patients it can deepen the intimacy and benefit the therapy. The book offers an alternative for treating these patients. And she asks some provocative questions, like, What makes something "sex?" What is happening when patients recount the explicit details of sex with therapists they are dating? Is it dishonest to dress asexually for the patients? How much of a therapist's sexual feelings are beneficial to share? She also discusses homoerotic feelings in therapy, a subject hidden, even now.
My only criticism is that while she is clear that she makes sure her supervisees are not in danger of acting out, she doesn't say how and doesn't discuss any of the ethical issues inherent in working with erotic transference. For example, she says that flirtation keeps things in play and she wouldn't assure a patient angry at her that expressing the anger would be safe, so why tell a patient it would be safe to express erotic feelings. One reason would be that in some states the therapist is required to tell the patient that sex between them isn't a possibility. Perhaps Amazon will pair this book with "Sexual Feelings in Psychotherapy," which focuses more on ethical issues. But this is a small complaint. I was fascinated by this book and inspired by the author's courage both as a clinician and a writer.

Ndlaitha
Rosiello's book represents new ground in dealing with erotic transference and erotic countertransference in psychoanalytic treatment. Her openness in her discussing her erotic feelings will provoke many readers, while offering many more a new way of working with these often difficult feelings. Negotioating patients through these often turbulent waters is Rosiello's specialty, and the numerous clinical examples should give many clinicians a new way of treating patients. Her close examinations of both her feelings as well as her patients' feelings can help many therapists add a new dimension to their work, and can offer insights in helping to reboot a stalled treatment. Her work cannot be praised enough for its bravery and honesty.

Karon
After reading the entire book, it was not entirely clear to me whether she had an innovative new approach, or whether she needed to come to a better self-understanding. Specifically, she seemed to be very proud of feeling comfortable wearing sexy clothes to session, and viewed clients wearing sexy clothes as progress. I just don't know what to make of it.

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