The power of this relationship is the therapist’s capacity and willingness to use introspection and empathy, a powerful communicational channel of support and of intersubjectivity. This intersubjectivity is reflected in the back-and-forth flow of precognitive, cognitive, and affective experience between survivor and therapist. This spontaneous emotional interchange may potentially yield a breakthrough for the survivor beleaguered by destructive internalized presences, and associated absence of spontaneity of response.


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