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By: Maria T. Riva

In: Handbook of Group Counseling & Psychotherapy

Chapter 12: Supervision of Group Leaders

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Supervision of Group Leaders
Supervision of group leaders
Maria T. Riva

Supervision of group counseling is an essential component of training group leaders as well as overseeing the quality of care for those members who participate in counseling groups. Surprisingly, supervision of groups has received only a small amount of attention in either research or theory. The research body on supervision of groups is reminiscent of how previously group counseling literature was about 20 years behind the individual counseling literature. Group psychotherapy research has made impressive strides in catching up to the research on individual psychotherapy with evidence that now suggests many positive group outcomes for specific types of problems and at times, that group therapy is more effective or as effective as individual therapy (see ...

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