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Group Supervision: Widely Practiced But Poorly Understood.

E. L. Holloway, R. Johnston
Published 1985 · Psychology

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The group supervision literature in counselor training from 1960 to 1983 was reviewed. Only those articles pertaining to supervised groups of counselor trainees participating in individual counseling practica were included. Descriptions of group supervision included elements of case presentation, didactic information, and interpersonal process. Because of the paucity of research in group supervision, practices are based on intuitive common sense approaches.
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