Vision and Supervision: Jungian and Post-Jungian Perspectives by Dale Mathers
The supervision of analytical psychology is a subject that has been largely ignored until recently. The vision and supervision of the typical, classical and developmental theory of post-Jungia are based…
Vision and Supervision synopsis
The supervision of analytical psychology is a subject that has been largely ignored until recently. The vision and supervision of the typical, classical and developmental theory of post-Jungia are based to explore the supervision of a variety of different methods.
Supervision is a critical issue for therapists in many training programs. The quality of training and therapeutic treatment is of paramount importance, and the treatment profession increasingly needs to devise ways to assess and monitor themselves and each other.
In this book, Dale Mathers and his contributors emphasize the parallel model of supervision, the formation of classical Jungian symbols and analysis rather than developmental psychology or psychoanalytic theory, to show how respect for diversity can create the practice of supervision. This book is divided into three sections. It includes: the supervisory framework, its limits, and its ethical standards in different contexts, including working with multicultural organizations and perspectives. The "Vision and Monitoring", written by experienced physicians, takes an insight into analytical psychology on the supervisory task, and encourages the supervisor to pay the greatest attention to what is not happening in a session about what he or she is doing.
Offers a new perspective for analysts and psychologists alike, as well as other mental health professionals involved in the supervision process.
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