This presentation describes two, often contradictory, types of knowledge of the therapeutic experience which influence the analytic supervision. One type is the primary, vague and intuitive knowledge about patients and therapist-patient interaction, derived from actual participation in the therapeutic relationship. The other type is knowledge derived from deductions, experience acquired outside of the specific therapy and dialogue with others. The presentation examines ways to manage negotiation between the different types of knowledge, which might each be represented by the supervisor and supervisee, or which might both be present within the supervisee’s mind.
|International Proceedings of Economics, Development and Research
|Published - 2014