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An Eclectic Model Of Supervision: A Developmental Sequence Of Beginning Psychotherapy Students.
Published 1982 · Psychology
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A supervision model is suggested that uses both individual and group formats and incorporates the following three foci: facilitation of personal growth and awareness, acquisition of practical skills, and mastery of cognitive and theoretical knowledge. The initial experiences and needs of beginning psychotherapy students are used\to illustrate this model. ' The trainees' needs are divided into three stages: role definition, skill acquisition, and practice solidification and evaluation, all of which match the three foci. The article offers practical suggestions and a more systematic understanding of the supervisory process.
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