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LISBOA MACHADO, Renata. The initial path of a young therapist facing the challenges of management transfer: experiences countertransference in the light of Winnicott's clinical. Winnicott e-prints [online]. 2010, vol.5, n.1, pp. 1-17. ISSN 1679-432X.

This paper aims to reflect about of the initial journey of a young psychologist professional as therapist and her wishes of well management of the transference mechanism in the patient relationship, considering and starting from his own life's counter-transferentials experiences. Based on questions emerged during the sessions and considering Winnicott's theory and clinical view, we intend to reflect about the various steps in the pursuit of the degree of psychotherapist with psychoanalytical orientation. Since one young psychologist starts studying to become a psychotherapist with psychoanalytical orientation, several situations challenge his day by day routine and maybe the first one is the moment to begin to listen with its implications as the unknown knowledge and the first interactions with patients, in which, she tries to discover her own way of being a therapist. So, this is a brief written report of the early days of a young psychologist in continued education showing a patient case in psychotherapy conducted by the forthcoming therapist as the same time as it shows us the experience of being supervisioned in the process of apprenticeship

Keywords : young therapist; management; transference; counter-transferentials experiences; Winnicott's theory and clinical view; supervision; initial formation in psychoanalytic psychotherapy.

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