In Clinical Supervision of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, psychotherapy supervisors from the fields of psychology, psychiatry, social work, and dance movement therapy deal with the ambiguity and complexity of the supervisory role. They attend to the need to establish open, respectful verbal and non-verbal communication, a trusting relationship, a shared language, and a commitment to examining unconscious conflict in the supervisory encounter as well as the patient-therapist dynamics. The contributors show how the supervisor makes room for the supervisee to express her anxieties without becoming her therapist, thereby providing a model for empathic listening but within appropriate boundaries. They also describe the many ways in which the therapist's issues reflect or are triggered by those of the patient, are further reflected in the dynamics of the supervisory pair, and in the institution where supervisee and supervisor work.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSABOUT THE EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORSINTRODUCTION Jill Savege ScharffINTRODUCTORY ESSAY Supervision as a mutual learning experienceImre SzecsodyCHAPTER ONE Theory of psychoanalytic psychotherapy supervisionJill Savege ScharffCHAPTER TWO Boundaries in supervisionJaedene LevyCHAPTER THREE Supervision as a model of containment for a turbulent patientMary Jo PisanoCHAPTER FOUR Supervision or thera-vision? Working with unconscious motives in the supervisory encounterCarl BagniniCHAPTER FIVE The supervision process in trainingRosa Maria Govoni and Patrizia PallaroCHAPTER SIX Supervision of art psychotherapy: transference and countertransferenceElizabeth RundquistCHAPTER SEVEN Social workers' experience of conflict in psychotherapy supervisionElizabeth H. ThomasCHAPTER EIGHT The group supervision modelColleen SandorCHAPTER NINE"Can you hear me?" Cross-cultural supervision by videochatChristine Norman, Joyce Y. Chen, Xiaoyan (Katherine) Chen, Chunyan WuCHAPTER TEN Supervision of the therapist's resonance with her patientDavid E. ScharffCHAPTER ELEVEN Supervision in the learning matrixJill Savege ScharffINDEX
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