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Supervision As Collaborative Conversation: Connecting The Voices Of Supervisor And Supervisee

H. Anderson, S. Swim
Published 1995 · Psychology

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In this paper we discuss our approach to supervision informed by a postmodern philosophy: knowledge as socially constructed and language as generative. The collaborative nature of the process, the associated characteristics and conceptual tools, and the philosophical stance—the supervisor posture and attitude critical to the process. We weave in supervisees' voices to help us capture the essence of this philosophical stance and supervisory process, and to remain with its spirit.
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