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Live Supervision/consultation: Conceptual And Pragmatic Guidelines For Family Therapy Trainers.
H. A. Liddle, R. C. Schwartz
Published 1983 · Psychology, Medicine
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This paper addresses a conceptual and pragmatic gap in the area of family therapy training and supervision. It details an evolving stage-specific set of skills for the conduct of live supervision/consultation, using the previously developed conception of the isomorphic nature of training and therapy as a theoretical backdrop.
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