Posts Tagged ‘auto-ethnography’

This paper addresses the question Where does supervision end and therapy begin? positioning the ideal of the separation of supervision practice from therapy within a broad nest of contexts incorporating  the legislative, organisational, methodological and personal. The author explores the proscriptive separation of supervisory and therapeutic interventions through an auto-ethnographic lens, examining the experience of working as a supervisor in light of the current literature on supervision and raising pertinent questions of where and how this line is to be drawn in practice.


You can read the rest of this article here in the 2nd edition of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation Journal of Australia

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