November/December 2021View All Issues
The truth is, supervision is harder to come by these days. For a number of reasons that we explore here, some trainees don’t have access to regular supervision, while others say they entered private practice without anyone ever having seen them work with a client—at least not in real-time. How can we, as a field, begin to close this troubling gap?
The New Supervision
Are We Meeting the Needs of Today’s Therapists?
The Four Stages of Supervision
Establishing a Lasting Relationship with Your Supervisee
Through the One-Way Mirror
The Education of a Family Therapist
Therapy, Fast and Slow
Training Clinicians to Balance Doing with Being
Embracing Our Core Competencies
How Would It Change the Practice of Therapy?
The Therapists Who Raised Me
Tales from a Terrace Talk Veteran
Stress Relief’s New Darlings?
Healing Beyond Words
How to Bring Art into Therapy
“You Have Borderline Personality Disorder”
Sharing a Difficult Diagnosis with a Client
A Buddhist Approach to Healing
Moving in Synchrony
The Collective Tug of Family