Home > Business & Management > Management

Supervising and Being Supervised: A Practical Approach in Search of a Theory

Please Note : This product is only available to ship within Australia. If you are outside Australia please choose one of our eBooks which are delivered instantly and electronically to you.
* Prices include 10% GST for Australian orders. International orders will have GST removed at the completion of your order.


Not Applicable 

 

$59.90 Another currency? 

    

Pin It

In this authoritative and thoughtful new book, Jan Wiener, Richard Mizen and Jenny Duckham, together with a number of senior Jungian analysts, explore key aspects of the supervisory process.  Two core themes run throughout the text.  The first is the central concept of supervision as a relationship where both parties may be changed, especially if the unconcious processes that are evoked within the relationship are understood.  The seond is the question of whether there are theories of mdels, specific to supervision, and, if so, how they may be differentiated from general theories about analytical practice.

Contents
Introduction: Thinking About Supervision; J.Wiener, R.Mizen & J.Duckham - PART ONE: THE SUPERVISORY RELATIONSHIP - The Individuating Supervisor; R.McGlashan - Reflections on the Therapist-Supervisor Relationship; J.Knight - Empathy in the use of Countertransference between Supervisor and Supervisee; J.Astor - PART TWO: APPLICATIONS AND SETTINGS FOR SUPERVISION - Supervising Work with Children; E.Urban - Supervision in Analytic Training; B.Wharton - Supervising in Institutions; C.Crowther - Supervision in Groups; V.Graham Fuller - PART THREE: PROBLEMS IN PRACTICE - Problems and Ethical Issues in Supervision; E.Martin - Boundaries in Supervision; H.Gee - Supervising the Erotic Transference and Countertransference; J.Schaverien - PART FOUR: EVOLVING A THEORY OF SUPERVISION - Into the Labyrinth: A Developing Approach to Supervision; C.Perry - Learning about Supervision; A.Shearer - From Practice to Theory: Evolving a Theory of Supervision; R.Mizen, J.Wiener, & J.Duckham

Contributors
JAN WIENER is Training Analyst and Director of Training of the Society of Analytical Psychology. She is Senior Adult Psychotherapist at Thorpe Coombe Hospital and in private practice in London. She is co-author, with Mannie Sher, of Counselling and Psychotherapy in Primary Health Care (1998).


RICHARD MIZEN is a Professional Member of the Society of Analytical Psychology and works in private practice as an analyst and supervisor in London and Exeter.


JENNY DUCKHAM is a Professional Member of the Society of Analytical Psychology and Medical Director of the C. G. Jung Clinic (London). Also a group analytic psychotherapist, she teaches on behalf of the Institute of Group Analysis in London and Dublin. She has a private practice in London.



Write a Review

Please ensure you are logged in to write a review.
Supervising and Being Supervised: A Practical Approach in Search of a Theory Supervising and Being Supervised: A Practical Approach in Search of a Theory
$59.90 In stock