Psychotherapy Supervision and Consultation in Clinical by Judith H. Gold (ed.)

By Judith H. Gold (ed.)

This e-book makes a speciality of the position of person and workforce psychotherapy supervision in scientific perform. particular examples of the application of supervision are given in chapters by way of psychiatrists in inner most perform, health center and group facilities, and management. A psychoanalyst discusses his supervision of psychological wellbeing and fitness pros who're no longer analysts. Cultural and gender concerns which could impact either perform and supervision are the root of one other bankruptcy. different chapters comprise some great benefits of, and wish for, supervision as obvious through an administrator and through a professional in disciplinary instances. necessary scientific examples are used in the course of the publication. This booklet is written for these psychological wellbeing and fitness execs already in scientific perform yet turns out to be useful additionally for trainees and their supervisors in delineating the continued position of psychotherapy supervision within the lifelong improvement and upkeep talents and criteria of perform.

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Early idealization of the supervisor in a supervision that is going well may gradually evolve into the supervisee's more realistic awareness of the supervisor's human traits, and eventually the learning therapist develops autonomy and his or her own individual style of working. So in the masterapprentice relationship does the apprentice become a master. KNOWING WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE THERAPY Supervisors yearn to know what is really happening in the therapy. "Perfection" in this regard would entail the supervisor's being invisibly present in the room and telepathically knowing the supervisee's every observation, emotion, hypothesis about the material that is emerging, random thoughts, and associations-as well as making direct, independent observations of the patient-and it would in no way intrude on the treatment process.

The responses to the seminar format were uniform: all liked the lecture-case discussion format. They felt that they benefited from a case-based learning approach. The link between theory and practice made in this type of format was practical for them and provided a basis of understanding clients that had not been there previously. The opportunity to discuss case management experiences was seen as encouraging. They asked for more such sessions in order to learn in detail about recognized psychological treatments.

Chapter 3, on the supervision of trainees in psychodynamic psychotherapy by a psychoanalyst, describes the process of supervision in more detail, and these descriptions can be applied to supervision with all clinicians. Chapter 4 discusses topics often ignored or avoided in both supervision and treatment but topics that are very relevant to both interactions between individuals and those related to gender, ethnicity, and culture. Chapter 5 outlines training programs for supervisors, and suggestions are given for improving supervisory skills.

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