Google Search: define:countertransference
The entries on countertransference are more interesting and list both projections and projective identifications, which I think is right. Not bad for Artificial Intelligence (or is this human aided?) But it still does not really include the guts of it all. Of course the beauty of these definitions is that they link to websites, which will have more guts.
Google Search: define:countertransference: a type of projection. Dangerous when a therapist identifies with emanations from the client’s manifestations of the collective unconscious.
the conscious and unconscious emotional reaction of the professional to the client.
a term used in psychodynamic therapy describing a situation in which the therapist becomes emotionally involved with the patient, projecting the therapist’s own feelings onto the patient
the psychoanalyst’s displacement of emotion onto the patient or more generally the psychoanalyst’s emotional involvement in the therapeutic interaction