Escaping the Isolation of Private Practice
By Eleanor Counselman - Peer supervision groups provide a welcome respite from the isolation of private practice and an informal, nonevaluative setting after years of formal supervision, particularly for young therapists. They offer valuable guidance on difficult cases and tough ethical dilemmas to therapists at any level of experience. And they’re free!
Peer Supervision Groups that Work: Three Steps That Make a Difference
Peer consultation groups offer all kinds of rich possibilities for learning and collegial support---as long as you set them up properly.