By way of concluding this book, this chapter reviews the current organisation – state and status – of training in Britain as regards group counselling/psychotherapy/analysis. With reference to the theory and practice of group therapy as discussed throughout this book, the implications for the professional training and personal development of counsellors as well as for ongoing supervision of the counsellor's groupwork practice are considered. Education/ training in therapy is generally considered to comprise three elements: the formal training or taught’ course, personal therapy and/or development and supervised practice. In training the group therapist Yalom (1995) adds the component of observing experienced clinicians and subdivides personal therapy into personal ...
The Group Counsellor: Education, Training, Personal Development and Supervision
The group counsellor: Education, training, personal development and supervision