A Contemporary Approach to Clinical Supervision: The Supervisee Perspective

Editor : Liat Shklarski, Editor : Allison Abrams

A Contemporary Approach to Clinical Supervision: The Supervisee Perspective

Book Details

  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Published : 2021
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Pages : 150
  • Category :
    Individual Psychotherapy
  • Category 2 :
  • Catalogue No : 95637
  • ISBN 13 : 9781032018577
  • ISBN 10 : 9781032018

Reviews and Endorsements

"In this collection of scholarly and stimulating essays. supervisees from a variety of cultural backgrounds describe conditions most conducive to learning. They also teach us the ways in which supervisions can go awry. Through clinical cases shared with a perceptive supervisor, we watch learning and teaching processes unfold. We are shown in detail just how complex and rewarding the supervisory experience can be." - Daniel Jacobs, MD, Training and Supervision Analyst, Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, co-author, The Supervisory Encounter.

"This book is distinctive, organized by two supervisees of an unusually gifted supervisor, written from supervisees' perspectives. It represents the insightful cumulation of the multiple supervisees' psychodynamic experiences. Readers will be delighted by their candid descriptions. The contributors demonstrate that supervision is the bilateral co-creative maturing process. It also delivers the implications of cross-cultural supervision. I guarantee that supervisees, supervisors, and many others in psychotherapy/psychoanalysis discipline will benefit significantly from reading this book world-wide." - Do-Un Jeong, MD, PhD, FIPA, Professor Emeritus, Seoul National University, Training/Supervising Analyst, IPA Korean Study Group.

"This book is a wonderful tribute to the very special relationship that exists between supervisors and supervisees, encapsulating as it does the uniqueness and specialness of that relationship. I found myself immersed in this beautiful and unusual collection of essays, written by supervisees from diverse cultural and professional backgrounds. This is an important and compelling contribution to the literature on supervision. It will prove to be an invaluable asset to the field as well as an engaging read. If you want to become a better supervisor or gain more from supervision, then this book is for you." - Elise Snyder, MD, President of China American Psychoanalytic Alliance, Associate Clinical Professor, Yale School of Medicine.

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