An assumption underlying this paper is that knowledge of psychotherapy should be available to all psychiatry trainees, not just to those with a special interest in psychotherapy. It does not, of course, follow that all trainees should practise psychotherapy throughout their careers, but they should know something about the therapeutic aspects of the doctor-patient relationship. These aspects are highlighted in psychotherapy but are by no means exclusive to it. Given this assumption, we are faced with the problem of how to provide this training—in terms of content and logistics.
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