In Emotion-Focused Therapy Supervision, Leslie Greenberg demonstrates and discusses how to train and teach therapists using this approach to clinical supervision.
Emotion-focused therapy is a process-oriented experiential therapy in which the therapist assists the client to become aware of and access emotion. Supervision in this approach is based on the same fundamental principles as the therapy, with a focus on developing the supervisory relationship and on specific supervisory tasks. Supervision thus involves developing a supervisory alliance and identification of a focus, supervision task markers, what the supervisor's interventions will be at these markers and the supervisee processes they facilitate.
In this program, Dr Greenberg and his supervisee engage in a supervisory session, and host Dr. Hanna Levenson interviews them about their work together, exploring this model through a discussion of highlights from the demonstration session.
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