The Third Eye provides a detailed and practical exposition of one of the most important but least documented skills required of those practising in the expanding discipline of group analysis. The relevance of the material, which is contributed from the dual perspective of both experienced practitioner and inexperienced trainee, extends far beyond its field of origin. It will be of significant interest to a wide readership of all those concerned with the training assessment and development of others working with groups.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||The International Library of Group Psychotherapy and Group Process|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||487 KB|
Table of ContentsAcknowledgements Introduction 1. The Integration of Theory and Practice 2. A Trainee's View of Supervision 3. Simultaneous Supervision and Personal 4. Presenting Groups Effectively 5. Difficulties and Conflicts 6. Monitoring the Supervisee 7. Supervision in the NHS 8. St Bartholomew's Hospital Psychotherapy Service 9. Supervision in Trans-Cultural Block Training Courses 10. Supervision on the Manchester Block Course 11. A Greek Model of Supervision 12. Effects of Institutional Dynamics 13. Supervision in the Organisational Context 14. Training of Supervisors Further References