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Transference is defined by Nancy Summers (2016) as a collection of feelings and attitudes the client holds about you. So if there is positive transference then that means that the client like you. If there is negative transference well that means that the client does not like you. Because of these to actions it is very important for you to take the clients feeling personally. As a competent case manager, you will want to accept transference when it exists (Summers, 2016 pg 130). Having a client that has a positive attitude towards you will make the treatment process a lot less stressful than that of a client with a negative attitude. The client with the negative attitude can become defiant and not want to do anything in the session and it makes it had on the both of you. For example the client may think that you remind them of an old girlfriend and they try to rekindle those feelings and once they realize that you are do not have that type of relationship they turn to a negative and possibly hostile towards you.
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