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Transference is a situation which can arise between clients and practitioners.
 
Transference is a situation which can arise between clients and practitioners.
  
In transference, the a client transfers the thoughts and emotions they have been having about another person on to someone else, especially the practitioner.
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In transference, a client transfers the thoughts and emotions they have been having about another person on to someone else, especially the practitioner.
  
  

Latest revision as of 13:18, 19 May 2020

Behavioural skills - working effectively with others - coaching and mentoring.

Transference is a situation which can arise between clients and practitioners.

In transference, a client transfers the thoughts and emotions they have been having about another person on to someone else, especially the practitioner.


“awareness of transference, countertransference and projection must be an integral aspect of the functioning of an executive coach.”
Richard Boyatzis: Core competences in coaching others, 2006


See also


Other link

How to pick the right executive coach, Association of Corporate Treasurers