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The Use of the Supervisory Relationship for Learning in Supervision – Margot Solomon

Margot Solomon

How do experienced psychotherapists continue to learn in supervision? This conversation will explore how the supervisory relationship can be used as a primary resource for a supervisee throughout their career.

As a supervisor I value the reflective process that facilitates awareness of underlying emotional blocks or communications that have yet to be metabolized in the supervisory matrix. This requires me as a supervisor to be willing to continue to learn alongside my supervisee, to bear experiencing unconscious processes, to feel uncomfortable, to not understand or be able to make sense; and to recognize that anything that I experience in the session has potential for learning for both supervisee and supervisor.

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