Aspects of Live Supervision

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  • Presented at First National Conference on Family Therapy, Philadelphia, November, 1972.

Abstract

Live supervision is a term describing the process by which someone guides the therapist while he works. The person supervising watches the session, usually behind a one-way mirror, and intrudes upon it to guide the therapist's behavior at the moment the action is happening. Goals and methods used are described.

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