Tag Archive: Supervision

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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Book review – Feltham, C. (2013). Counselling and critical psychology: A critical examination. Heredfordshire, UK: PCCT Books

 Return to Journal Articles Elisabeth Shaw, Clinical and counselling psychologist Private practice, Drummoyne, NSW    Colin Feltham is Professor of Critical Counselling Studies at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK. He has written and edited 20 books, which focus on skills development in counselling and supervision as well as critical analysis about the professions of …

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Book review – Feltham, C. (2013). Counselling and critical psychology: A critical examination. Heredfordshire, UK: PCCT Books

Elisabeth Shaw, reviews Colin Feltham’s Counselling and critical psychology: A critical examination examining how the profession of psychotherapy and counselling has
evolved theoretically and politically including the way it is shaped by community expectations, government regulation, and professional rivalries…

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