On the Supervisee’s Future Orientation

Click here for the article published by British Journal of Psychotherapy. While exploring the supervisee’s implicit contribution to therapeutic interactions, the supervisor can focus on the supervisee’s future orientation instead of exploring transference manifestations that might arouse the supervisee’s anxiety. I suggest that future orientation is shaped by an implicit urge described in the analytic …

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