Countertransference refers to the therapist's complex reactions to clients--in this case, couples.
This is a book about how psychotherapy may be used to cultivate the courage and freedom to love.
"A mature, considered presentation of [McDougall's] current thinking on sexuality . . . simultaneously impassioned and dispassionate, erudite and plain-spoken, conservative in her insistence on basic psychoanalytic assumptions and radical in her celebration of intimate human diversity." --Contemporary Psychology
Emphasizing "what to do and how to do it," this book is a detailed guide to evaluating couples, providing specific recommendations on every aspect...