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In this paper five countertransference reactions, which may be experienced by workers on child abuse management teams, are described. Karpman’s Drama Triangle is used as a framework within which to define these reactions. The reactions are: (i) rescuing the child; (2) rescuing the parents; (3) rescuing the mother and child while persecuting the father; (4) rescuing the father; and (5) persecuting the family.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1046/j..1989.00335.x/abstract;jsessionid=C24BA028003B3BA3FC83E8E47715EDD3.f03t02

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