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The Effect of College Policy on Individual Psychotherapy Supervision

  • Charles A. Lund (a1) and Christopher J. Allison (a1)
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In 1974 those involved in the supervision of psychotherapy in Aberdeen decided to attempt to estimate the current extent of psychotherapy practice and supervision in the Area in order to make effective plans for future training. The factors influencing this decision were the requirement of the Royal College that all trainees should have supervised experience of psychotherapy (Royal College of Psychiatrists, 1971), together with an increase in requests for supervision from trainees in psychiatry and clinical psychology.

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The Effect of College Policy on Individual Psychotherapy Supervision

  • Charles A. Lund (a1) and Christopher J. Allison (a1)
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