Therapist schema and supervisory drift: a conceptual model

Roscoe, Jason ORCID logo ORCID: (2021) Therapist schema and supervisory drift: a conceptual model. In: EABCT Annual Congress, 9-11 September 2021, Belfast, Northern Ireland. (Unpublished)

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Very little has been written on interpersonal processes within CBT supervision. Literature also sparse in relation to Supervision of Supervision (SoS) – how to support supervisors who are struggling with resistant supervisees or how to assist them to notice their own blind spots as supervisors. Concept of ‘Self-as-supervisor’ or ‘supervisor self / supervisee self’ (see Corrie & Lane, 2016) has not been explored in any detail. Minimal resources to help CBT supervisors or meta-supervisors to spot, formulate and respond to problematic behaviours in the supervisory relationship (see Moorey & Byrne, 2019; Milne et al 2009 for rare examples). Existing literature overly focused on identifying supervisee cognitions, emotions and behaviour thus neglecting the potentially important reciprocal role between supervisor and supervisee. Therapist schemas likely to be present in supervision in addition to therapy.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Departments: Institute of Health > Psychology and Psychological Therapies
Depositing User: Jason Roscoe
Date Deposited: 14 Jul 2022 10:46
Last Modified: 13 Jan 2024 12:16


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