Supervising across difference
Supervision has tended to focus on intrapsychic and interpersonal aspects of psychotherapy practice and not include an exploration of the cultural diversity that may be present between supervisor, supervisee and client. This paper looks at how this aspect can be incorporated into supervision practice and in particular explores how this can be understood within the the seven modes of supervision proposed by Hawkins & Shohet (2000) Supervision in the helping professions, Open University Press and within the power dynamics of the supervision triad.
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