Psychotherapy supervision contains a balance of theoretical material examples of in vivo supervision and a discussion of techniques the book presents some interesting and innovative material on ethical decision making and on anti oppressive practice in training organisations. What does supervision mean in the context of counselling or psychotherapy in the interests of both clients and practitioners most professional bodies for counselling and psychotherapy require members to incorporate supervision into their clinical practice. Clinical supervision for mental health professionals in this context supervision can sharpen a therapists diagnostic skills encourage self care and help them provide better treatment. The counselling supervision series edited by michael carroll and elizabeth holloway has a clearly defined focus on counselling supervision issues and emphasizes the actual practice of counselling supervision drawing on up to date models of supervision to assist inform and update trainee and practising counsellors counselling psychologists and psychotherapists
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