Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

The Emergence of the Clinical Self in Supervision
by Beller, Thomas, Ph.D., Institute for Clinical Social Work (Chicago), 2016, 131; 10746463
Abstract (Summary)

This research describes helpful experiences in psychoanalytically-focused supervision as described by supervisees. Studies on subjective experiences of supervisees are extremely limited. This qualitative study uses three stages of data collection in order to describe the essence of helpful experiences in clinical supervision as described by thirteen clinicians who were in the role of clinical supervisees either in the present or the past. The participants from the study were drawn from four disciplines in the field of mental health and were from the three largest metropolitan areas in California and a small town in Oregon. The findings were broken down into 12 themes. Implications of this study strongly suggest new guidelines for supervisory training.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Shelby, Dennis
Commitee:
School: Institute for Clinical Social Work (Chicago)
Department: Clinical Social Work
School Location: United States -- Illinois
Source: DAI-A 82/2(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Social work, Quantitative psychology, Clinical psychology
Keywords: Clinical supervision, Data collection, Psychoanalysis
Publication Number: 10746463
ISBN: 9798664745818
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