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Chapter 4: Training in Reflective Processes in Supervision
Throughout my professional life I have been torn between two keen professional interests, teaching and the practice of psychotherapy. Educated at Stanford University, where I received a B.A. and M.A., I became a public school teacher for five years, before returning to the University of California for my PhD. in counselling psychology. Three years of teaching undergraduates in psychology was followed by twelve years of private practice primarily within an interpersonal process model. Principal mentors for me were Jules Zimmer, Ed.D., and James H. Wells, M.D.
In 1990 I was invited to the University of California, Santa Barbara, as clinic director and supervisor of beginning students in a basic practicum and advanced students in ...