Psychotherapy Supervision and Consultation in Clinical Practice
This book discusses and describes psychotherapy supervision for qualified psychiatrists and other mental health professionals. Practitioners, as well as trainees, benefit from supervision to maintain and enhance their psychotherapeutic skills; supervision is also recommended for those in practice treating difficult patients, in the prevention of boundary violations, and when personal events might have an impact upon treatment. This book delineates the ongoing role of psychotherapy supervision in the lifelong development and maintenance of professional skills and standards of practice.
- Hardback | 156 pages
- 160 x 236 x 18mm | 358g
- 30 Aug 2006
- Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers
- Northvale NJ, United States
Table of contents
Part 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Why Psychotherapy Supervision Is Essential for Mental Health Professionals Chapter 3 Supervision: Models, Tools, and Supervisory Experiences Part 4 Issues in Supervision and Consultation in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Chapter 5 Supervising Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Chapter 6 Discussing the Undiscussable: The Limits of Supervision Chapter 7 Improving Supervisory Skills: An Exercise in Lifelong Learning Chapter 8 Supervision of Boundary Issues Part 9 So Now I'm Grown Up-Do I Need Supervision? Chapter 10 The Supervision of a Psychiatrist-Manager Chapter 11 A Hospital-Based Clinician's Experiences of Psychotherapy Supervision Chapter 12 Supervision in Private Practice Chapter 13 Index
Although the book's title refers to "Psychotherapy Supervision", it offers information that would be useful in the supervision of many modalities, including psychopharmacology and cognitive-behavioral therapy. * Journal Of Clinical Psychiatry *
About Judith H. Gold
Judith Gold practices psychiatry in Brisbane, Australia where she also provides psychotherapy supervision to psychiatrists and other mental health practitioners. Previously she was visiting chair of psychotherapy at the University of Queensland after leaving the private practice of psychiatry in Canada. She has been very active in North American psychiatry and received the Order of Canada (CM) for her work in promoting the health and education of women and minorities.