There is an element of Countertransference in every intervention offered by a therapist or analyst. This is to inclose of silences, verbal comments geared toward interpretation and ground reconstruction, and management of the therapeutic setting and ground rules. This ever-present quota of Countertransference is an interactional amalgam, with contributions form both patient and therapist; while burdensome to both, it contributes meaningfully to the cure of the patient and, secondarily, to that of the therapist. In fact, it is so vital a part of the therapeutic experience that it seems unlikely that a meaningful and insightful cure could occur in its absence.
As the method used in dealing with or accomplishing a logical approach to a problem or deal with the approach as made possible through, or during every part of all parts everywhere among or between and in the centralized condition as the Countertransference. Said in that way, a psychotherapist’s own repressed feelings in reaction to the emotions, experiences, or problems of a person undergoing treatment. To which the classical approach to Countertransference is formed in a significantly narrowed construction, but, nevertheless, the erroneousness for claiming in the falsities by the analysts which are thought to be based on factors other than Countertransference, much as erroneous theoretical beliefs or lack of knowledge.