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Theory and Practice of Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy
In this contribution, theoretical insights from object relations theory that underlie my therapeutic approach will be introduced. These can be seen to fit in well with an experiential dynamic therapy approach. In particular, I will discuss and illustrate the development of an interpersonal transitional space (cf. Winnicott, 1971) in which corrective emotional experiences can take place, that is, the therapist becoming an object to the patient thereby offering the patient a relationship workingdoi:10.4324/9780429483844-13 fatcat:gs5ej55d5vgolkkyc4mn52h4ey