Medical

Psychoanalytic Supervision

by Nancy McWilliams
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Release Date: 2021-09-06
Genre: Medical
Pages: 238 pages
ISBN 13: 1462547990
ISBN 10: 9781462547999
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle
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Synopsis : Psychoanalytic Supervision written by Nancy McWilliams, published by Guilford Publications which was released on 2021-09-06. Download Psychoanalytic Supervision Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Celebrating psychoanalytic supervision: Considering a century of seminal contribution. Psychoanalytic Review, 98(3), 401–418. Watkins, C. E., Jr. (2013a). The beginnings of psychoanalytic supervision: The crucial role of Max Eitingon. -- "In Chapter 1, I discuss the goals and processes involved in psychoanalytic supervision, framing it as an intimate kind of education. Chapter 2 covers the history of psychoanalytic supervision, from Freud's ideas through contemporary relational work on the supervisory alliance. Chapter 3 is an explication of what constitutes progress in psychodynamic therapy. Chapter 4 goes into individual supervision in some depth, including the supervisory contract, the formulation of realistic treatment goals, and the promotion of frankness in the supervisory dyad. In Chapter 5, I explore group supervision and consultation, including considerable material about my own work within this model. Chapter 6 offers certain orienting premises, including what patients have the right to know, and then explores ethical dilemmas involving the best interests of the client and the community, respectively. In Chapter 7, I review both the satisfactions and unique challenges of that work. Chapter 8 generalizes about certain psychological tendencies that can characterize either party in the supervisory relationship. Chapter 9 tells supervisees about how to get the most out of their experiences of clinical training"--