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`This book provides a rich source of rigorously argued, well researched and detailed clinical material for individuals from counselling, or counselling psychology backgrounds, who wish to develop supervisory skills' - Therapeutic Communities `The text holds a key place for creativity, for "artistry" in practice, for awe and for wonder. This important contribution has relevance for supervisors in a wide range of settings and from diverse theoretical orientations' - The Therapist In this innovative book, Elizabeth Holloway presents a new model of clinical supervision that embraces different theoretical approaches to counselling, moving away from models limited to

The Relationship of Supervision
The relationship of supervision

Relationship is the dynamic element of supervision. The structure and character of the relationship embody all other factors and in turn all other factors are influenced by the relationship. The process of supervision—with process, defined as a “systematic series of actions directed to some end” (Stein, 1975)—is enacted within the relationship. ...

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