The Integrative Family Therapy Supervisor: A Primer

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Contents
Prefaceix
About the Authorsxvii
Chapter 1Basic Ingredients in the Supervisory Process: The Ground Rules of Supervision1
Chapter 2Understanding the Historical Influences of the Field on the Past and Future of Supervision15
Chapter 3Getting Started: A Basic Framework to Guide Integrative Supervision23
Chapter 4Intergenerational Structure and Dynamics of the Training System29
Chapter 5Developmental Aspects of Supervision39
Chapter 6Major Theoretical Resources for Supervision51
Chapter 7Modalities of Supervision: Live, Videotape, Audiotape, and Case Presentations67
Chapter 8Formats of Supervision: Individual and Group81
Chapter 9Cultural and Contextual Issues in Supervision91
Chapter 10Effective Practices in Supervision: Participants' Views99
Chapter 11Managing Issues That Interfere with the Supervisory Process111
Chapter 12Supervisory Responsibilities and Administrative Tools121
Chapter 13Articulating Your Personal Model for Supervision143
Chapter 14Integrative Supervision in Action151
Chapter 15Bringing the First Stage of Our Journey to a Close167
References175
Index189

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