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clinical supervision

Patients recreate their problematic relationship patterns in the therapy situation with us. We are tasked to understand our inevitable participation in these dynamics and use this information constructively within the treatment. The consultative relationship is one where transference, countertransference, enactments and other "grist for the mill" can be explored in the service of overcoming therapists' clinical challenges.

Relevant Literature:

For work with children:

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