Sandor Ferenczi & Relational Psychotherapy

Sandor Ferenczi, a pioneering Relational Psychoanalytic theorist, proposed that "the patient's curiosity about and discovery of the therapist in deeply personal terms is essential to what is curative in the therapeutic process. The patient's curiosity and probing into the therapist's subjectivity is a way of making a deep connection with the therapist, much like the child who at times is powerfully motivated to know his or her parent as a whole person." (Aron & Lechich in Relational Psychoanalysis)

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