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Therapy in Supervision: Responsibility and Relationship

 Return to Journal Articles Zoë Krupka, The Cairnmillar Institute, Melbourne, Australia Introduction I hold an abiding interest in those “bandaged places” Rumi speaks of; the moments of therapeutic work where our sore spots are touched by the people we work with, opening up new possibilities for relating to ourselves and to others. Supervision is a …

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Therapy in Supervision: Responsibility and Relationship

This paper addresses the question Where does supervision end and therapy begin? positioning the ideal of the separation of supervision practice from therapy within a broad nest of contexts incorporating the legislative, organisational, methodological and personal…

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