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Supervision across the career: perceptions and experiences of highly regarded trainees and practicing therapists

Return to Journal Articles Sandra E Stewart, PhD, Lecturer in Psychology, Monash University, Counselling and Clinical Psychologist, MAPS, and Janette G Simmonds, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Monash University, Counselling and Clinical Psychologist, MAPS. Introduction Supervision has long been viewed as essential to good practice in psychotherapy and counselling (Bernard & Goodyear, 2014). Accreditation bodies require …

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Supervision across the career: Perceptions and experiences of highly regarded trainees and practicing therapists

Sandra E Stewart, PhD, Lecturer in Psychology, Monash University, Counselling and Clinical Psychologist, MAPS, and Janette G Simmonds, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Monash University, Counselling and Clinical Psychologist, MAPS. Abstract Perceptions and experiences of supervision were investigated across 23 psychotherapists’ careers from training, through mid-career to senior using a cross-sectional design within an exploratory, …

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