Existential Perspectives on Supervision: Widening the Horizon of Psychotherapy and Counselling
Written for trainees and supervisors of all theoretical orientations, this book provides a model of supervision based on basic philosophical principles. The chapters explore a myriad of human issues and show how to prioritise ethical, social and cultural aspects of therapy whilst rekindling the capacity for careful scrutiny and self-reflection.
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Philosophical Parameters of Existential
Philosophical Foundations of Existential Supervision
Deliberations on Supervision
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