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In this article, I will define my concept of the social unconscious and specify several aspects of it, and compare this concept with the Jungian concept of the collective unconscious. I will focus on the constraints and restraints of the social unconscious on transference and countertransference...
Thinking in interpersonal terms rather than intra-psychic processes may not be easy. A further move in this direction seems cardinal in the development of conductors of group therapy. Handling questions of the optimal therapeutic environment for patients encounters great difficulties because of...
In this article the authors document their experiences in small and median groups of supervision of conductors and therapeutic teams who are engaged in group psychotherapy with psychotic patients within different institutional frameworks, and discuss dynamics, as well as the enlarging of...
This article proposes that supervision is an essential element of psychotherapy education and explains the relationship between internal and external boundaries of supervision. It is important that the boundary between the supervisory and the therapeutic relationship is clear. Each...
In the course of my professional evolution as an individual therapist, I often had the experience of supervision in a group. Sometimes it was individual supervision in the presence of a group. Usually it was an occasion for group members to take part in a clinical discussion of the case...
This article describes the supervision experience of a group-analytic therapy for psychotic patients carried out from 2000 to 2003 at the Mental Health Center of Carpi (Modena, Italy). The experience of supervision is here presented in its main aspects and as a tool to promote the so-called...
The author describes the characteristics of education for group analysts pertaining to supervision in the Institute of Group Analysis, Zagreb. The supervisory process extends education for group analysts. Reference is made to specific problems involving supervisory training through three phases...
Supervision entails being an apprentice and having a tutor at the beginning of one's training. As such, the asymmetrical relations between the supervisee and the supervisor tend to accrue unconscious meanings of power, hierarchies, control and dependency and these increase the supervisee's...
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