Egan and Carr Body-Centred Countertransference Scale

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Jonathan Egan and Alan Carr

Key references: 

Feeling it: body-centred counter-transference in a sample of Irish clinical psychologists
J Egan, A Booth, T Trimble – Irish Psychologist, 2010
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Primary use / Purpose: 

To assess bodily or somatic reactions which therapists` or health care professional have to clients or patients within a therapy session


Cronbach’s alpha of .71

Highly correlated to other measures of countertransference



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