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Clinical Supervision for the Helping Professions
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Define the basic components of clinical supervision. Discuss the role of consultation in effective work with supervisees. Describe what the psychotherapeutic professions reveal about the importance of empathy and therapeutic alliance in treatment (regardless of specific method or model).
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Formal professional classroom instruction in mental health and social services is typically followed by mandatory hours or even years of. Aisling McMahon is a clinical psychologist and integrative psychotherapist with 30 years’ clinical experience. She works as an Assistant Professor in Dublin City University, Ireland, where she teaches on psychotherapy and clinical supervision training programmes, and engages in research on supervision.
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