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Chapter 19 - Supervision and the Supervisory Relationship in Schema Therapy

from Part IV - Application of Schema Therapy in Different Populations and in Different Settings

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 July 2023

Robert N. Brockman
Affiliation:
Australian Catholic University
Susan Simpson
Affiliation:
NHS Forth Valley and University of South Australia
Christopher Hayes
Affiliation:
Schema Therapy Institute Australia
Remco van der Wijngaart
Affiliation:
International Society of Schema Therapy
Matthew Smout
Affiliation:
University of South Australia
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Summary

Schema therapy (ST) supervision is an essential ingredient in the journey towards confidently and competently working with the schema therapy model. The primary aims of ST supervision include providing good treatment adherence, as with all treatment models, but in practice can offer so much more to the schema therapist. ST supervision supports the clinician in understanding nuances in the model and its practical application that are difficult to convey in the training context. Supervision also assists clinicians in understanding and formulating a wide range of presentations. The ST supervisor holds three specific roles within the supervisory relationship depending on the supervision needs at any given point: (1) supervisor as educator/coach; (2) supervisor as mentor/role model; and (3) supervisor as (limited) therapist and agent of limited reparenting.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2023

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Supervisory Skills Development Committee. Schema Therapy Supervision Skills Development Document. International Society for Schema Therapy; 2019.Google Scholar

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